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Starting pitcher Tyler Anderson was non-tendered by the Giants on Wednesday, Mark Feinsand of MLB.com reports.
In 2020, Anderson pitched to a 4.37 ERA with 41 strikeouts over 59 2/3 innings. His appeal in fantasy will depend on his landing spot in free agency, but he's unlikely to be rostered outside of deeper formats.
Tyler Anderson notched his fourth win of the year on Friday when he allowed two runs on five hits with four strikeouts and four walks across six innings in the Giants 5-4 win.
Anderson kept the tough Padres lineup at bay through his six innings of work. He gave up an RBI double to Tommy Pham in the second inning but didn't allow another run to cross the plate until a Fernando Tatis Jr. single in the seventh. The southpaw had an up and down season and finished with a 4.37 ERA, 1.39 WHIP, and a 41:25 K/BB ratio across 59 2/3 innings (11 starts).
Tyler Anderson secured his third win of the season when he gave up two unearned runs on four hits with four strikeouts and three walks over 5 2/3 innings in the Giants 14-2 win over the A's on Sunday.
This was a follow up start for Anderson who was tossed in the second inning by the home plate umpire in his last start on Thursday for arguing balls and strikes. He was in steady control in this one, however. The only runs he gave up were off a Jake Lamb single in the sixth but due to a Brandon Belt error earlier in the frame, they were unearned. The left-hander now owns a 4.53 ERA, 1.38 WHIP, and a 37:21 K/BB ratio across 53 2/3 innings (12 appearances, 10 starts). He gets the Padres at home in his final regular season tuneup.
Tyler Anderson was ejected for arguing balls and strikes in his start on Thursday against the Mariners. Before getting tossed, the left-hander had given up four runs on four hits with three strikeouts and one walk over two innings pitched.
Anderson got through the first inning without issue, retiring the first three batters in succession. Things started to unravel in the second when the left-hander plunked Kyle Seager to start things off before allowing four hits and four runners to come around. Anderson was visibly frustrated as most of the damage was done with two outs. It reached a boiling point in the bottom of the third inning when he walked Kyle Lewis to start things off and started jawing with home plate umpire Edwin Moscoso, who ejected him. Wandy Peralta replaced Anderson and the Giants would go on to win the game. Anderson should be plenty rested for his next turn when he draws a start against his former team, the Rockies at home.
Tyler Anderson picked up a quality start and his second win of the season on Wednesday when he allowed no runs on three hits while striking out four and walking one across six innings in the Giants 10-1 win over the Mariners.
This was a solid bounce back for Anderson who was blasted for 11 runs over his previous two starts (8 2/3 innings) against the Diamondbacks. The solid outing on Wednesday lowered his ERA to 4.50 with a 1.35 WHIP and a 30:17 K/BB ratio across 46 innings (eight starts). The left-hander has up and down all season and hasn't pitched with any level of consistency. He draws these same Mariners in his next start but he's hard to trust given his erratic performances so far this season.