Anderson didn't factor into the decision in Friday's 10-7 extra-inning loss to the Giants, giving up two runs on three hits while striking out five over five innings.
The right-hander pounded the zone, throwing 60 of 81 pitches for strikes before hitting the showers, but a Josh Hader blown save cost Anderson a shot at his fifth win. No-decisions are par for the course for him, though -- he's just 1-1 over his last seven starts and has completed six innings only once all season. Anderson will take a 4.27 ERA and 72:23 K:BB over 71.2 innings into his next outing Wednesday, at home against Atlanta.
Anderson allowed two runs on five hits with one walk and four strikeouts across four innings during a no-decision against the Pirates on Sunday.
The right-hander was on the hook for a loss until the Brewers tied the game in the seventh. Anderson avoided the defeat, but he's still just 1-2 with a 5.29 ERA in his last seven starts. Overall, he is 4-2 with a 4.32 ERA, 1.31 WHIP and 67 strikeouts in 66.2 innings across 17 appearances, including 12 starts this season.
Anderson allowed two earned runs on five hits and no walks while striking out two across 5.2 innings of work Tuesday against the Reds. He did not factor into the decision.
Anderson surrendered a two-run home run to Eugenio Suarez in the first inning. However, he shut the door thereafter, allowing only three hits across his final 4.2 innings of work. Despite pitching for one of the better teams in the National League, Anderson has lacked the chance for wins, managing to work more than five innings only three times in his past 10 starts. Still, he's struck out 63 batters across 62.2 innings while also maintaining a respectable 4.31 ERA and 1.29 WHIP. He'll draw the Brewers' final start prior to the All-Star break on Sunday against the Pirates.
Anderson (4-2) earned the win against Seattle on Thursday, tossing 5.1 innings and allowing two runs (one earned) on three hits and one walk while striking out six.
It was a nice bounce-back performance for Anderson, who gave up a season-high six runs in his previous start against Cincinnati. He breezed through the first five innings but was pulled from the game after an error and a double resulted in a run in the sixth. Still, it was an overall positive outing for Anderson, who picked up his first win in June and fourth overall this season. He'll carry a 4.42 ERA, 1.33 WHIP and 9.6 K/9 into his next start in Cincinnati on Tuesday.
Anderson (3-2) took the loss Friday as the Brewers fell 11-7 to the Reds, coughing up six runs on five hits and two walks over five innings while striking out six.
It was by far the right-hander's worst outing of the year, but it continued a stretch of poor performances. Over his last six starts, Anderson has stumbled to a 6.43 ERA, 1.46 WHIP and 1.9 HR/9 despite a solid 30:8 K:BB over 28 innings during that stretch. He'll try to turn things around Thursday in a home start against the Mariners.
Anderson allowed four runs on five hits and four walks across four innings in a no-decision Sunday against the Giants. He struck out three.
Anderson was plagued by inefficiency in this outing and ran up his pitch count in the second inning when he allowed two runs on three hits and a walk. He came back out for the fifth but allowed the first three batters to reach base and was fortunate to be charged with only one additional run as the bullpen put out the fire. Anderson turned in a quality start in his previous outing, but overall he's failed to go deeper than five innings in four of his last five. He'll look to get back on track in his next scheduled start at home against the Reds on Friday.
Anderson allowed two runs on four hits and a walk while striking out six over six innings Sunday in a no-decision against the Pirates.
Anderson made a key mistake in the second inning, surrendering a two-run home run to center, but he turned in a quality outing and Milwaukee would eventually emerge with the victory. The 31-year-old was hit hard in his last outing against Miami, but he managed to bounce back in the series finale. Anderson has posted a 3.80 ERA and 1.31 WHIP with a 46:15 K:BB over 42.2 innings.
Anderson (3-1) allowed four earned runs on seven hits and no walks while striking out six across four innings to take the loss Tuesday against the Marlins.
Anderson was defeated by the long ball Tuesday, surrendering three homers in his short start. He's now failed to surpass five innings in any of his six starts this season, though this was his first outing in which he's surrendered multiple home runs. The depleted Brewers rotation should make his starting job safe for the time being. He'll look to work deeper in his next start, currently scheduled for Sunday against Pittsburgh.
Anderson (3-0) allowed two runs on six hits and one walk across five innings to earn the win Thursday against the Pirates. He struck out five.
Anderson scattered baserunners throughout the game but was only scored upon via a second-inning rally and a solo home run in the fourth. He worked up to 94 pitches, his most since returning from injury, but some inefficiency afforded him only five innings. This was also Anderson's first victory since returning to the rotation, and he'll look to add another in his next outing against the Marlins.
Anderson didn't factor into the decision in Friday's 6-4 loss to the Phillies, giving up three runs on six hits over four innings while striking out four.
The right-hander wasn't overly efficient, needing 83 pitches (54 strikes) to record 12 outs, but the Brewers were ahead 4-3 when Anderson hit the showers. He hasn't completed five innings in any of his last three starts, and with Jimmy Nelson (shoulder) closing in on a return, Anderson remains the most likely pitcher to lose his spot in the Milwaukee rotation when Nelson comes off the IL despite his 3.25 ERA and 29:13 K:BB through 27.2 innings on the year.
Manager Craig Counsell said Anderson will start Friday's series opener against the Phillies, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Due to off days Monday and Thursday, the Brewers had the option of shortening their rotation this week, but Anderson will instead receive another turn as Counsell sticks with a five-man setup. While facing a limited pitch count in his return from the 10-day injured list last weekend in Atlanta, Anderson limited the Braves to one unearned run over four frames but issued four free passes. Even with a better showing versus the Phillies, Anderson won't be assured a rotation spot heading into next week with Jimmy Nelson (shoulder) potentially returning from the IL.
Anderson allowed one unearned run on two hits with three strikeouts and four walks across four innings in a no-decision against the Braves on Saturday.
Activated off the injured list prior to this start, Anderson lasted just 76 pitches and couldn't find the zone at various times. He only started half of the 18 batters he faced with a first-pitch strike, and he walked a batter in every frame but his last. While he didn't give up an earned run, Anderson's failure to work more efficiently cost himself a better chance at the win (although the bullpen blew the lead anyway). In nine appearances, including three starts, Anderson is 2-0 with a 2.66 ERA, 1.31 WHIP and 25 strikeouts in 23.2 innings. He is scheduled to pitch again against the Phillies next Saturday.
Anderson (finger) was activated as expected Saturday ahead of his scheduled start against the Braves.
Anderson's return pushes Freddy Peralta to the bullpen. Anderson began the year there himself, and there's no guarantee he won't be back in the pen at some point, but he's earned his role in the rotation for now due to his 3.20 ERA in 19.2 innings. Jacob Barnes was sent down in a corresponding move.
Anderson (finger) will be activated from the injured list to start Saturday's game against the Braves, Mark Feinsand of MLB.com reports.
Anderson got through a rehab start with no issues earlier in the week, clearing the way for him to rejoin the rotation over the weekend. HIs return will push Freddy Peralta to the bullpen. Prior to landing on the shelf with a blister, Anderson compiled a 3.20 ERA, 1.27 WHIP and 22:9 K:BB in 19.2 innings (seven appearances, two starts).
Anderson (finger) is back with the Brewers after making a rehab start Monday but won't be activated until later in the week, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Anderson appears to be ready to go, but there's no reason for the Brewers to activate him just yet while he's not yet ready to pitch. His role once he returns remains unclear, but there's a chance he takes Freddy Peralta's spot in the rotation Saturday in Atlanta.
Anderson (finger) is set to make a rehab start with Triple-A San Antonio on Monday, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Anderson has not encountered any setbacks since landing on the injured list with a blister and is ready to take the final step in his recovery. Assuming all goes as planned Monday, he will rejoin the Brewers on Tuesday and be activated shortly thereafter. Anderson was working as a starter when he suffered his injury but opened the season in the bullpen, so it remains to be seen what his role will be upon his return.
Anderson (finger) will throw a bullpen session Friday, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
Anderson has been on the injured list since May 1 when he was scratched from his start after a blister burst open during pre-game warmups. The 31-year-old is likely to embark on a brief minor-league rehab stint after the bullpen session, assuming he avoids any setbacks.
Anderson was placed on the 10-day injured list prior to Wednesday's game against the Rockies with a right middle finger blister, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Apparently Anderson had a blister and callous burst open during his pregame warmup, prompting the Brewers to scramble and make the roster move just minutes before first pitch. Corbin Burnes was called up from Triple-A San Antonio in a corresponding move, though Freddy Peralta (shoulder) -- who will be activated off the IL to start Thursday -- should round out Milwaukee's starting rotation.
Anderson was scratched from Wednesday's start versus the Rockies with a cut on his right middle finger, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
It's unclear when exactly Anderson sustained the laceration, but the announcement comes mere minutes before the start of the game. Reliever Jacob Barnes will make his first career start as the Brewers will be forced into a bullpen day.
Anderson allowed two runs on five hits and three walks while striking out four over 4.2 innings in Friday's no-decision against the Mets.
Anderson pitched well up until the fourth and fifth innings, when he ran into some problems with his command. Spectacular defense by Lorenzo Cain and Ryan Braun did save Anderson from surrendering more than two runs, however. The 31-year-old right-hander has pieced together serviceable back-to-back performances since rejoining the rotation (two runs allowed over 9.2 innings with nine strikeouts), but he still hasn't worked past the fifth inning in a start this year.
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