by Ari Koslow | Wed, Sep 29th 2:04am EDT
Tyler Anderson took the no-decision on Tuesday against Oakland, allowing one run on two hits over four innings with two strikeouts.
With Anderson pitching on two days rest, the Mariners were hoping to just get two or three innings out of him so four innings was more than expected. He started off with a quick eight pitch first inning. He should have had the shutout if Tom Murphy didn't drop what would have been the third strike before Chad Pinder connected on a solo home run on the very next pitch. Outside of his previous start against the Angels, Anderson has been as consistent as gets at the end of the Mariners starting rotation.