Brett Anderson News Archive
Anderson doesn't expect the blister on his left index finger to prevent him from making his next start, scheduled for Wednesday vs. the Cubs, MLB.com reports.
Anderson had to leave Friday's start after 6.1 innings due to a blister on one of his fingers that opened up, Travis Sawchik of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports.
Anderson had his best start of the season Saturday against the Pirates, allowing one run in seven innings with eight strikeouts.
Anderson (0-3) was knocked around by the Twins on Saturday, giving up six runs on 10 hits while walking three and fanning four in five innings. It was his first start since April 12, when he suffered a broken finger.
Anderson (finger) was activated from the disabled list Sunday and will start for the Rockies, Nick Groke of the Denver Post reports.
Anderson (finger) will start Sunday's game against the Twins, the Denver Post's Nick Groke reports.
Anderson (finger) could be ready to return to the Colorado rotation on Saturday vs. the Twins, Nick Groke of the Denver Post reports.
Anderson (finger) was sharp in his second rehab start at Triple-A Colorado Springs on Monday, conceding one run over 5.2 innings.
Anderson (finger) threw 3.2 scoreless innings during his rehab start at Triple-A Colorado Springs on Wednesday, striking out four batters and walking one.