SP - Los Angeles Angels
Angels SP Tyler Anderson was placed on the 15-day IL Saturday with knee soreness.
Anderson had his start pushed back due to knee soreness, but will now miss the remainder of the season. Fantasy managers should expect the Angels to announce a replacement for Sunday’s start soon. Anderson finished the 2023 season with a 6-6 record, a 5.43 ERA, a 1.49 WHIP, and 119 strikeouts in 27 games.
Angels SP Tyler Anderson’s start has been moved to Sunday due to knee soreness.
The knee issue does not sound serious enough to jeopardize his new scheduled start date of Sunday, as the team hopes some extra rest will help. The team will recall Davis Daniel from Triple-A to make the start Thursday.
Despite a solid strikeout rate of 7.56 K/9, Anderson's season-long struggles continued as he allowed six earned runs over five innings against the Phillies.
This outing raised his ERA to 5.58 and his WHIP to 1.55 on the season. Anderson will need to improve his command and limit the damage if he wants to turn things around and provide fantasy value moving forward.
Tyler Anderson allowed seven runs on six hits across 4 2/3 innings in a loss on Saturday against the Astros.
It was the second straight day an Angels starter struggled after Houston hit Reid Detmers hard on Saturday. Anderson will look to bounce back in his next start.
Tyler Anderson allowed two runs on two hits across five innings in a loss on Saturday against the Mariners.
The two hits Anderson allowed came via a pair of doubles in the third inning by Tom Murphy and Julio Rodriguez that also resulted in both runs. He did also walk three hitters to go along with six strikeouts.