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Chase Anderson | Starting Pitcher | #57

Team: Milwaukee Brewers
Age / DOB:  (28) / 11/30/1987
Ht / Wt:  6'1" / 200
Bats / Throws: Right / Right
College: Oklahoma
Drafted: 2009 / Rd. 9 (0) / ARZ
Contract: view contract details

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Chase Anderson held the Reds to one run over five innings in a no-decision on Saturday.
Anderson yielded just five hits without issuing a walk, but he hit two batters -- including Reds starter Alfredo Simon -- and received some retribution from Simon in the fifth inning. Anderson didn't come back out for the sixth, exiting after just 76 pitches, but the Brewers didn't say anything about an injury. As it is, Anderson remains 2-6 with a 5.00 ERA and 1.35 WHIP through 10 starts. He'll next take on the Phillies on Thursday. May 28 - 9:52 PM

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Chase Anderson allowed three runs on four hits over five innings in Sunday's loss to the Mets.

Anderson struck out six and walked two on the afternoon. Michael Conforto smacked a solo home run in the first inning and Asdrubal Cabrera managed a two-run single in the fourth to account for the scoring on his line. Through nine starts, he has pitched to an ungainly 5.33 ERA and 1.39 WHIP. A home date with the Reds shows next on his schedule.
May 22 - 4:16 PM

Chase Anderson was an out away from a complete-game shutout of the Cubs on Tuesday, instead settling for 8 2/3 innings in a 4-2 victory.

Anderson carried a no-hitter into the seventh inning and got two outs in the ninth before Jason Heyward and Kris Bryant hit back-to-back homers to scuttle his shutout bid. Not only that, but Bryant's blast also spelled the end of the night for Anderson, leaving him an out shy of his first career complete game. The win was much-needed after five consecutive losses, improving him to 2-5 with a 5.32 ERA in eight starts. Anderson will look to make it a streak when he takes on the Mets on Sunday.
May 17 - 10:58 PM

Chase Anderson took the loss on Wednesday against the Marlins, but still turned in a quality start, allowing three runs on just three hits and a walk over six innings.

Anderson had been torched for 21 earned runs in his four previous starts, so Wednesday’s pedestrian performance leaves a rather sweet taste in the mouth. A three-run sixth, highlighted by a Justin Bour home run, accounted for all the damage. The 28-year-old has already surrendered nine homers in just seven starts. He still managed to lower his ERA to 6.11 in 35 1/3 innings. Anderson should get the ball against the Cubs at Miller Park on Tuesday, but he’s not fantasy relevant at this time.
May 11 - 10:31 PM

Chase Anderson allowed seven runs -- six earned -- over five innings in a loss to the Reds on Thursday.

Anderson walked two and gave up six hits, two of which left the yard. That's been a problem for the right-hander of late -- he's allowed eight home runs in his last four starts, all losses. He has a 6.44 ERA and 1.84 WHIP through six starts, with an eye on stopping the bleeding Tuesday at the Marlins.
May 5 - 11:32 PM

Chase Anderson got lit up once again in Saturday’s loss to the Marlins, giving up six runs (five earned) on nine hits and four walks in just 4 1/3 innings.

After 11 scoreless innings to begin the 2016 campaign, Anderson has imploded for 15 earned runs in 13 1/3 innings, resulting in three-consecutive losses. The most concerning part of his tailspin has been the six homers allowed -- three of which came on Saturday night. The right-hander now owns a 5.55 ERA on the year, and his 5.96 FIP suggests that it’s truly been as bad as it seems.
Apr 30 - 11:15 PM

Chase Anderson was shelled for the second-consecutive outing, giving up six runs, eight hits and four walks in just four innings in a loss to the Phillies on Saturday.

Anderson seemingly battled every hitter, working deep into counts, but he didn’t have a put-away pitch all night. The right-hander got dinked and dunked to death in the third inning and probably didn’t deserve the final stat line; however, that will happen on occasion when a guy can’t miss bats with two strikes. The three-run homer to Maikel Franco was a no-doubter, though. Anderson’s ERA jumped to 4.50. He has now surrendered 10 earned runs in his last nine innings of work.
Apr 23 - 11:22 PM

Chase Anderson took his first loss after giving up five runs -- four earned -- and 11 hits in five innings Monday against the Twins.

Anderson followed up his ugly spring with a couple of strong outings to begin the year. This looks more like his March results here, but even so, he continued to get plenty of groundouts and go without walking anyone. He certainly looks like Milwaukee's second best starter behind Jimmy Nelson.
Apr 19 - 1:34 AM

Chase Anderson allowed three (unearned) runs over six innings Wednesday in a no-decision against the Cardinals.

Anderson was victimized by bad defense in the bottom of the first inning, a three-run frame for the host Redbirds. But he settled in nicely from there, giving up only four total hits on the evening. Milwaukee then won the game with a two-run top of the ninth. Anderson has a 0.00 ERA in two starts this season and will try to keep the magic working next week against the Twins.
Apr 13 - 11:09 PM

Making his Brewers debut, Chase Anderson fired five scoreless innings in a 6-4 win over Astros on Friday.

Acquired from the Diamondbacks in the Jean Segura deal over the winter, Anderson held the Astros to just four hits while walking none and striking out five. It was nice to see after he had a very rough spring. The 28-year-old posted a 4.18 ERA over his first two seasons in the majors and averaged just 6.5 K/9 last season, so his fantasy appeal is limited, but he should be a stable option in a rotation with a lot of question marks.
Apr 9 - 12:30 AM

Chase Anderson was touched up for four runs (one earned) over four innings against the Reds on Friday in Cactus League action.

Anderson gave up a three-spot in the first inning, including a long two-run homer to Adam Duvall, but all of the runs were unearned due to an error by Ryan Braun. The 28-year-old has served up four home runs in 10 2/3 innings this spring, but his rotation spot is safe with Milwaukee.
Mar 18 - 7:20 PM

Chase Anderson got rocked for seven earned runs in 1 2/3 innings Tuesday by the White Sox.

It's spring training and teams aren't usually worried about box scores, but this one was quite ugly. Anderson surrendered two triples, one home run, and four singles before getting replaced with two outs in the bottom of the second inning. The right-hander is supposedly locked into a starting rotation spot for Milwaukee, but he shouldn't be on the radar in any standard fantasy format.
Mar 8 - 6:34 PM

Chase Anderson fired two scoreless frames against the Cubs on Thursday.

Anderson, who was acquired from the Diamondbacks in the Jean Segura deal, gave up one hit and struck out a pair. The 28-year-old is coming off a 4.30 ERA and 111/40 K/BB ratio over 152 2/3 innings last season. There might not be much fantasy upside here, but he should be a useful innings eater for the rebuilding Brewers.
Mar 3 - 6:10 PM

GM David Stearns confirmed Chase Anderson will be part of the Brewers' starting rotation.

He was acquired from Arizona Saturday as part of a five-player swap. Anderson is an innings eater and still has plenty of room to grow heading into his third big-league season. The right-hander compiled a 4.30 ERA across 27 starts last year. 22-year-old Zack Davies could be the odd man out now that Anderson has joined the starting rotation.
Jan 30 - 8:15 PM

Chase Anderson pitched well in a Wednesday no-decision against the Rockies, allowing one run on four hits over 5 1/3 innings.

Anderson struck out a career-high 10 in his last start, but he fanned a more modest four against the Rockies on Wednesday. He also walked three. Only a D.J. LeMahieu sacrifice fly in the second inning brought home any damage on his ERA. He spent a large chunk of September working out of the bullpen, but has allowed just two runs over 11 1/3 innings in two starts since returning to the rotation. Assuming he doesn't see the mound again, the 27-year-old right-hander closes out his 2015 season with a 4.30 ERA, 1.30 WHIP and 111/40 K/BB ratio over 152 2/3 innings.
Thu, Oct 1, 2015 12:41:00 AM

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