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Brett Anderson (SP,RP)

Los Angeles Dodgers

By Stan Son, Dodgers Correspondent, Mon, Dec 15th 7:15pm EST

Multiple reports have the Dodgers signing LHP Brett Anderson to a 1 year $10 million deal. He would essentially replace Dan Haren and give the Dodgers 3 lefties in their starting rotation: Kershaw, Ryu, and Anderson. (Source: Bill Plunkett on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Anderson is only 26 years old but has been injured the past 4 seasons. He had Tommy John surgery in 2011 and back surgery last year. When healthy, he was one of the bright young stars as he hurled a perfect game in 2009 and broke the Oakland A's single-season rookie strikeout record. He could be a late round steal if he can stay healthy. He's going to pitcher- friendly Chavez Ravine, Rick Honeycutt is an excellent coach, Yasmani Grandal is one of the best pitch framers, and he will be around Clayton Kershaw.

Brett Anderson News & Advice

Rotoprofessor | Dec 17th, 12:30pm
by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) The Dodgers helped to fill out their rotation by signing the oft injured Brett Anderson to a $10 million, one-year contract (with incentives that could take it even higher). The first thought, likely, is why would the Dodgers hand
FanGraphs | Dec 16th, 1:15pm
I have been a Brett Anderson fan since his early minor league days. A pitcher with an extreme ground ball tendency that also has above average strikeout ability and possesses excellent control is a pitcher that will always excite me. Furthermore, that pitcher also made his home in an excellent environment, with his pitcher friendly […]
Fake Teams | Dec 16th, 12:00pm
Ray offers his thoughts on George Springer and some free agents who have signed recently, including Chase Headley, Melky Cabrera, Brett Anderson and others. The last few weeks has not left us short of topics to write about, but MLB hasn't figured out how to make the days longer so I have time to write about all the moves. Instead, I figured I would write a Roto Roundup piece to give you my quick thoughts...
ESPN | Dec 15th, 10:58pm
The Los Angeles Dodgers have agreed to a one-year, $10 million deal with left-hander Brett Anderson, with $4 million in possible incentives, sources told's Buster Olney.
Rotoworld | Dec 15th, 10:19pm
ESPN's Buster Olney reports that the Dodgers have signed left-hander Brett Anderson to a one-year, $10 million contract.
news | Dec 15th, 10:16pm
The Dodgers apparently filled out their rotation on Monday by agreeing with free-agent left-hander Brett Anderson on a one-year, $10 million contract with $4 million in incentives, a baseball source told The Dodgers have not confirmed the deal, which is pending Anderson's physical exam, the source said.