|2014 Season (CBSSports.com)||135.00||7.00||7.00||0.00||4.00||1.30||104.00||39.00|
|Games Played By Position|
|vs LHB|| 10.2||0||0|| 5.06||0||2||6|
|vs RHB|| 29.2||0||0|| 2.43||0||11||21|
|08/01/2014||Brett Anderson, SP COL|
Marcell Ozuna, CF MIA
|Matt Garza, SP MIL|
|08/01/2014||B.J. Upton, CF ATL|
Brett Anderson, SP COL
Wily Peralta, SP MIL
Chad Qualls, RP HOU
Kevin Kiermaier, RF TB
Salvador Perez, C KC
|Matt Joyce, LF TB|
Nick Markakis, RF BAL
Joe Smith, RP LAA
Jeurys Familia, RP NYM
Kurt Suzuki, C MIN
|08/01/2014||Jonathan Papelbon, RP PHI|
Dustin Ackley, LF SEA
|Brett Anderson, SP COL|
Archie Bradley, SP ARI
Joe Nathan, RP DET
|Last 10 Games|
|Brett Anderson strikes out nine in no-decision vs. Cubs |
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
(7/30/14) Rockies pitcher Brett Anderson didn't factor into Wednesday's decision after giving up two earned runs on 11 hits in seven innings while striking out nine and walking none in his team's 6-4 win over the Cubs.
Anderson was in line for a win before the bullpen blew an eighth-inning lead. It was his third straight quality start in the second half, and Anderson has surrendered just three earned runs in 20 1/3 innings during that stretch. He owns a 3.12 ERA and 27:13 K:BB ratio in 40 1/3 innings. Anderson is scheduled to face the Cubs again next Wednesday, this time at home.
|Rockies not likely trading SPs, but listening to offers on RPs |
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
(7/30/14) The Rockies are not expected to trade starting pitchers Jorge De La Rosa and Brett Anderson by Thursday's non-waiver trade deadline, sources told The Denver Post. They are not expected to trade any relievers either, including closer LaTroy Hawkins, but they will continue to listen to offers.
|Report: Rockies not looking to move Brett Anderson |
|by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com|
(7/30/14) Rockies pitcher Brett Anderson is set to take the mound Wednesday against the Cubs, and FOXSports.com reports it will not be his last appearance with the team.
The Rockies are not considering trading Anderson according to the report, and will likely look to lock him up for next season and beyond. Anderson has an option for $12 million for next season, and the Rockies plan to pick up that option, and possibly extend him beyond that.
Anderson has a 3.24 ERA in 33 1/3 innings for the Rockies this season, while missing three months due to a broken finger.
|Brett Anderson picks up first win Friday |
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
(7/25/14) Rockies starter Brett Anderson picked up his first win of the season Friday against the Pirates.
Anderson tossed 6 1/3 scoreless innings during the start. He allowed just two hits. Anderson struck out one and walked four. Anderson did not allow a hit until the fifth inning. Neil Walker singled to open the inning, ending his bid for a no-hitter. Andrew McCutchen would provide the second hit against Anderson in the following frame. Anderson came out for the seventh inning, but was pulled after walking a batter. He threw 102 pitches.
With the win, Anderson improved to 1-3. His next start will come against the Cubs.
|Brett Anderson strikes out eight in no-decision Saturday |
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
(7/19/14) Rockies pitcher Brett Anderson didn't factor into Saturday's decision after giving up just one earned run on four hits and one walk in seven innings and striking out eight in his team's 3-2 loss to the Pirates.
Anderson surrendered his only run on a ground-rule double in the fourth inning but was otherwise at the top of his game, rebounding from a poor final start in his last outing of the first half. He owns a 4.00 ERA and 17:9 K:BB ratio in 27 innings. Anderson is scheduled to face the Pirates again Friday.
|Nothing takes the wind out of a pitcher's sails quite like a move to Colorado. That's bad news for Brett Anderson, who was traded there this offseason. For a worst-case scenario of what could happen to him, look no further than Drew Pomeranz, the Athletics' main return in the deal. The fifth overall pick in the 2010 draft, he was one of the top prospects in all of baseball when the Indians dealt him to the Rockies in 2011, dominating between high Class A and Double-A in his first professional season. He went 4-14 with a 5.20 ERA and 1.54 WHIP in parts of three seasons at Coors Field. And he's just the latest victim of the park's lack of atmosphere. Of course, Anderson is more established than Pomeranz, but not by as much as you'd think. Thanks to a steady stream of injuries, he has averaged less than 69 innings over the last four seasons. Last season, a fractured foot was the culprit, costing him four months in the middle of the year, but both before the injury and after, he never did find his form, perhaps due to rust from all his previous injuries. His bullpen stint late in the year gives him intriguing versatility in Head-to-Head leagues, but the move to Colorado may prove too much to overcome. The potential is still intriguing, but Anderson is no more than a late-round gamble in standard mixed leagues.
(Updated 1/8/14) |
|Upcoming 7 Games|
|8/2/14||@ DET||7:08 pm||Rick Porcello|
|8/3/14||@ DET||1:08 pm||Anibal Sanchez|
|8/5/14||CHC||8:40 pm||Travis Wood|
|8/6/14||CHC||8:40 pm||Jake Arrieta|
|8/7/14||CHC||3:10 pm||Kyle Hendricks|
|8/8/14||@ ARI||9:40 pm||Chase Anderson|
|8/9/14||@ ARI||8:10 pm||Trevor Cahill|
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