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Rockies prospect gets hook after experiencing elbow soreness
|by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com|
|(9/11/14) Rockies promising pitching prospect Tyler Anderson was removed from the Wednesday night playoff game for Double-A Tulsa with elbow soreness, though the move was greatly precautionary, per the Denver Post.
Anderson was taken out after pitching just three innings. He is coming off a regular season in which he compiled a 7-4 record, 1.98 ERA and 106 strikeouts in 118 1/3 innings.
Tyler Anderson placed on minor-league DL
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
|(5/10/13) Rockies starting pitcher prospect Tyler Anderson experienced minor shoulder soreness after his last outing and was put on the seven-day disabled list Thursday.|
Anderson pitched his second scoreless outing for Class A Modesto Monday. He went 0-1 with a 3.18 ERA in seven starts before landing on the DL. The left-hander, who is the team's No. 6 prospect according to MLB.com, is not expected to be out longer than a week.
Tyler Anderson 'a work in progress'
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
|(5/7/13) Rockies starting pitcher prospect Tyler Anderson tossed his second scoreless outing for Class A Modesto Monday, holding Bakersfield to two hits in six scoreless innings. Anderson struck out six.
The left-handed hurler, who is considered the Rockies' sixth-best prospect by MLB.com, is winless in seven starts (0-1), but he's struck out 36 batters in 39 2/3 innings. He's had trouble keeping the baseball in the park at times, allowing six home runs, and he's walked 10 batters.
"I wouldn't say I've been super successful so far," Anderson said, per MLB.com. "I've walked more guys [10 thus far] than I would've liked, and there have been balls that I left up in the zone. There's always time to make adjustments after every outing, and that's what I'm doing. It's still a work in progress."
Anderson could be on fast track
|by Bill Passonno | CBSSports.com|
|(2/9/13) Despite making just 20 starts during his first professional season a year ago, Colorado pitching prospect Tyler Anderson earned an invitation to the major-league camp in spring training. The Rockies believe the move is the first step in what could become a rapid rise through the club's minor-league system. Anderson, 23, posted a 12-3 record and 2.47 ERA over 120 innings for Class A Asheville last season. "I like his demeanor -- he's very responsible and takes his job very seriously," Colorado player development director Jeff Bridich told MLB.com. "He thinks and reasons well on the mound, and shows a fearlessness up there. He does a really nice job of pitching, not getting caught up in throwing hard."
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