According to Jeff Passan of Yahoo! Sports, the Yankees are interested in A's lefty Brett Anderson.
Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle hears from one major league executive that the Blue Jays remain "infatuated" with Athletics left-hander Brett Anderson.
ESPN's Buster Olney reports that the Mariners and Indians are among the teams interested in trading for Athletics left-hander Brett Anderson.
The Royals have had internal discussions about Brett Anderson possibly filling one of their rotation spots, ESPN's Buster Olney is hearing.
CBS Sports' Jon Heyman writes that the Athletics could listen to trade offers for left-hander Brett Anderson.
Athletics exercised LHP Brett Anderson's $8 million option for 2014.
Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports that the Athletics could consider trading Brett Anderson this offseason.
Athletics general manager Billy Beane indicated Friday that the club will pick up Brett Anderson's $8 million option for 2014.
Athletics manager Bob Melvin said that Brett Anderson is likely to remain in the bullpen for the rest of the season.
Brett Anderson (back) will play catch Sunday and thinks he'll be available out of the bullpen Monday.
Brett Anderson said that he feels better on Saturday, despite his back still being a little stiff.
Brett Anderson was removed from Friday's game against the Rangers due to back spasms.
Brett Anderson was removed from Friday's game against the Rangers in the eighth inning due to an apparent injury.
Brett Anderson earned his third three-inning save of the season, working the final three frames in Sunday's victory over the Astros.