Anderson threw five innings in a no-decision against the Cubs on Monday, giving up three earned runs on three hits, striking out five, and walking two as the Giants eventually prevailed 5-4.
The right-hander yielded home runs to Robel Garcia and Kyle Schwarber but managed to escape with a respectable final stat line, bouncing back after getting knocked around by the Rockies for five earned in his last start. Anderson now sports a 4.91 ERA, a 1.46 WHIP and a 46:24 K:BB in 2019.
Anderson surrendered five runs on eight hits and two walks across 4.1 innings during Wednesday's 11-8 win over the Rockies. He had one strikeout and didn't qualify for the decision.
Anderson had a season-high eight strikeouts in his previous start Friday, but he was unable to replicate that number Wednesday at Coors Field. The 24-year-old has a 4.87 ERA, 1.50 WHIP and 41:22 K:BB through 64.2 innings and should next face the Cubs on Monday.
Anderson struck out eight but didn't factor into the decision in Friday's 10-7 extra-inning win over the Brewers, allowing four runs on six hits and three walks over five innings.
The eight whiffs were a career high for the rookie -- remarkably, three of them came against Christian Yelich -- but Anderson hit a wall in the sixth inning and exited after 82 pitches (50 strikes). He'll take a 4.48 ERA and 40:20 K:BB through 60.1 innings into his next start Wednesday in Colorado.
Anderson gave up four runs on eight hits and one walk while striking out three through four innings in a no-decision against the Padres on Wednesday.
After a scoreless first inning, Anderson labored through the rest of the outing and was pulled after throwing only 65 pitches. Despite the disappointing finish, the 24-year-old is having a solid rookie campaign, posting a 3-2 record with a 4.23 ERA heading into the All-Star break.
Anderson (3-2) earned the win against the Diamondbacks on Friday, allowing two runs on seven hits and a walk while striking out three over 5.2 innings.
The 24-year-old rookie delivered a solid performance against the Diamondbacks right from the get-go with a seven-pitch first inning. The only runs he allowed came via RBI singles by Jake Lamb in the fourth inning and Nick Ahmed in the fifth. Anderson has produced quality starts in four of his nine outings, falling just short this time. Regardless, he has become one of the Giants' most reliable starters since joining the rotation in May, putting together a 3.86 ERA and 1.34 WHIP over nine appearances. If he could find a way to improve his 29:16 K:BB, he'd carry much more upside. Until then, he'll take on the Padres at home Wednesday.
Anderson allowed two runs on five hits and one walk across six innings in a no-decision Sunday against the Diamondbacks. He struck out two.
Anderson relied on inducing weak contact as he limited baserunners to great effect. He allowed runs in the third and fourth innings but was able to escape each frame before further damage was done. After struggling in his first three starts, Anderson has now posted a respectable 3.65 ERA in 24.2 innings over his last four outings. He will look to continue his recent success in his next start at home against this same Arizona club, lined up for Friday.
Anderson (2-2) took the loss against the Dodgers on Tuesday, completing 5.2 innings and allowing three runs on seven hits and three walks while striking out two.
Anderson didn't fool many hitters -- he induced only three swinging strikes -- yet he came tantalizingly close to his fourth straight quality start, leaving the game trailing 2-0 with two outs and two Dodgers on base in the sixth inning. Though he was outdueled by future Hall of Famer Clayton Kershaw, Anderson nonetheless made a strong impression by settling down to keep the Giants in the game after giving up two runs and three hits before retiring his first batter of the evening. Despite struggling with his control (he has now issued 14 walks in 39.2 innings), the 24-year-old has been reasonably effective in a starting role this season, compiling a 4.08 ERA and 1.39 WHIP in seven appearances. He's in line for a road start against Arizona on Sunday.
Anderson (2-1) earned the win Wednesday after holding the Padres to two runs on four hits and three walks while striking out six through six innings.
In his first career start against the Padres, Anderson allowed an RBI double to Eric Hosmer in the third inning and a second run in the fifth via a leadoff walk and an RBI groundout. Otherwise, the right-hander produced a solid outing to pick up his second career win and third consecutive quality start. While he's not expected to make any major impact on the Giants' rotation, he has secured a spot for now and will look to continue improving upon a 3.97 ERA, 1.32 WHIP and 22:11 K:BB through six starts. Next, Anderson will gear up for a tough road matchup against the Dodgers on Tuesday.
Anderson did not factor into the decision after giving up three runs on six hits and three walks while striking out three over six innings in Thursday's 7-3 loss to the Mets.
Things were looking ominous for Anderson after he surrendered back-to-back homers to the first two batters of the ballgame. The rookie displayed some moxie when he did not crumble, holding the Mets scoreless from there on before exiting in the seventh inning (his stranded base runner came around to score). The 24-year-old has turned in consecutive quality starts, posting a 4.18 ERA through his first five major-league outings. Anderson doesn't strike out enough batters (5.1 K/9) to excite owners in mixed leagues heading into a matchup against the Padres on Wednesday.
Anderson (1-1) allowed two runs on five hits with four strikeouts and one walk across seven innings to earn a victory against the Orioles on Saturday.
It took four starts, but the 24-year-old got his first major-league victory. He threw well in other outings, but this was the first time Anderson pitched past the fifth inning. While it's still a small sample size, Anderson has gotten off to a decent start in his MLB career. He is 1-1 with a 4.09 ERA, 1.32 WHIP and 13 strikeouts in 22 innings this season. Anderson's next scheduled start is a home date with the Dodgers on Friday.
Anderson (0-1) was saddled with his first loss after giving up six runs (four earned) on nine hits and a walk while striking out one over five innings in Sunday's 6-2 defeat at the hands of the Diamondbacks.
Anderson completed five full frames for the third time in as many starts since his callup, but the results were the worst of his young major-league career. The 24-year-old hasn't been able to replicate his solid 9.5 K/9 from Triple-A Sacramento, posting a 5.4 K/9 in the majors. The rookie's inability to fool batters early on is a bit concerning, and likely keeps Anderson in the "streaming" category in most leagues. That said, his next scheduled start comes on the road against the Orioles, who rank in the bottom third of the league in wOBA (.302) and wRC+ (87).
Anderson didn't factor into the decision in Tuesday's 4-3 win over Atlanta, giving up two runs on eight hits over five innings while striking out three.
The 24-year-old threw 50 of 79 pitches for strikes in another respectable effort, but Anderson was headed for his first big-league loss before the Giants rallied in the bottom of the ninth. Assuming he remains in the rotation, the rookie will next take the mound Sunday, at home against the Diamondbacks.
Manager Bruce Bochy said Anderson will stick in the rotation for another start, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. "He's in the rotation right now," the skipper said.
Anderson held his own in his big-league debut Wednesday against the Blue Jays, allowing three runs (two earned) on two hits and three walks while striking out five in five innings. As such, he'll remain in the rotation for at least one more turn through, with his next start likely to come at home against the Braves.
Anderson had his contract selected from Triple-A Sacramento ahead of his scheduled start Wednesday against the Blue Jays, Kerry Crowley of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
As expected, Anderson will make his big-league debut after compiling a 4.11 ERA, 1.29 WHIP and 37:11 K:BB in seven starts (35 innings) for Sacramento. It remains to be seen whether Anderson will remain in the rotation beyond Wednesday's outing; that could depend on Drew Pomeranz's (lat) recovery and Anderson's performance. Tyler Beede was sent to the minors in a corresponding move.
Anderson will be called up from Triple-A Sacramento on Wednesday and start against the Blue Jays, Kerry Crowley of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
Anderson has accrued a 4.11 ERA and 1.29 WHIP with a 37:11 K:BB over 35 innings this season with the River Cats, good enough to receive a shot in the big leagues. Drew Pomeranz (lat) may only be sidelined for one start, but if he's forced to remain on the shelf for longer, Anderson could get a second turn, depending on his performance Wednesday.
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