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Cleveland Indians right-hander Cody Anderson allowed two runs in three innings in his Friday start against the Oakland A's. Oakland went on to win 4-3 in 12 innings.
Anderson fared better then he did in his previous outing. He now has a 9.35 ERA in 8 2/3 innings of work this season.
Cleveland Indians right-hander Cody Anderson was roughed up by the Mariners on Sunday. Making his first start of the season, Anderson allowed four runs in 2/3 of an inning.
Anderson was called up following the injury to Corey Kluber. It was not an impressive season debut. Anderson may draw another start but is not a fantasy option in any formats.
RHP Cody Anderson was optioned to Triple-A in the roster move that saw RHP Joba Chamberlain activated from the DL
The right-hander was rocked by six runs on seven hits over 3 2/3 innings in Tuesday's start to drop to 1-4 on the season with a 7.48 ERA.
SP Cody Anderson gave up one run on five hits over seven innings on Monday vs. White Sox. He struck out nine without allowing a walk.
Cody Anderson was recalled from Triple-A to make this start in the second game of the doubleheader and then produced one of the best outings of his career. The key for the 25-year-old was his curveball, a pitch that he had been working on in Spring Training. He threw it 21 times, having never thrown it more than 10 in a game previously.
Following four starts without recording a win, SP Cody Anderson was optioned to Triple-A Columbus on Wednesday.
It has been a tough start to the season for Cody Anderson (6.75 ERA over 20 innings) after impressing during Spring Training to claim a rotation spot. The combination of Trevor Bauer pitching on Saturday and two off-days next week means that the Indians will not need a fifth-starter until May 7. As speculated by beat writer Jordan Bastian, Cleveland could option Anderson to Triple-A, give him a start to work on the required adjustments and then recall him to start against the Royals on May 7.