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Brett Anderson (0-1) allowed three runs (two earned) on four hits and two walks while striking out two across three 2/3 innings in Saturday's 4-1 loss to the Reds. He earned his first loss of the season.
Anderson yielded a three-run shot to Eugenio Suarez in the first, and that was all the offense the Reds would need to win. He missed the beginning of the year due to a blister, but threw a total of 68 pitches on Saturday. Anderson will look to bounce back in Thursday's start against the Cubs.
Brett Anderson allowed two runs on five hits while striking out two across three innings in Monday's 6-4 loss to the White Sox.
Anderson was activated off the injured list prior to Monday's start and ended up tossing three innings before exiting. He threw a total of 52 pitches, 30 of them for strikes. Anderson will continue to build up his pitch count and is a borderline streamer in Saturday's home start against the Reds.
The Brewers activated LHP Brett Anderson (blister) off the 10-day injured list in Monday.
Anderson was scheduled to pitch last Friday against the Cardinals but the series was postponed. Instead, he'll make his 2020 debut against the White Sox tonight. Anderson isn't a recommended fantasy option right now.
Brewers manager Craig Counsell says Brett Anderson (blister) will come off the injured list to make his season debut on Friday.
Anderson suffered a blister on his finger at the end of summer camp. The lefty is now lined up to make his 2020 debut against the Cardinals, but there isn't much here to be excited about for fantasy purposes.
Brett Anderson (finger) could start Friday's game against the Cardinals.
Anderson was placed on the 10-day injured list due to a blister on his left index finger. "There's a pretty good chance" Anderson will pitch the first day he becomes eligible to come off the injured list, said Brewers manager Craig Counsell. Barring a setback, look for Anderson to start Friday's home contest against the Cardinals.