Wednesday’s game between the Reds and the Brewers at Great American Ball Park will put one pitcher who is trying to solidify a spot in the rotation against another who has been almost unstoppable over the last month.
The Rockies placed starting pitcher Tyler Anderson (left knee inflammation) and Carlos Gonzalez (right shoulder strain) on the 10-day disabled list Monday, while also bringing right-hander Jairo Diaz up from Triple-A Albuquerque and reinstating reliever Chad Qualls (lower back spasms) from the DL.
A promising beginning turned painful for Rockies left-hander Tyler Anderson, who apparently reinjured his left knee during the third inning Sunday against the Dodgers at Dodger Stadium.
Rockies left-hander Tyler Anderson believes 22 days off helped his left knee, which gave him trouble through the early part of the season. Dodgers righty Brandon McCarthy has been pitching effectively through right knee tendinitis. They’ll match knees and arms Sunday in the finale of a three-game series at Dodger Stadium. Los Angeles is riding […]
The massaging of the Rockies’ starting rotation has begun. Lefty Tyler Anderson, who returned Thursday with a relief inning after missing three weeks with left knee inflammation, will rejoin the rotation Sunday against the Dodgers, Rockies manager Bud Black said after Friday night’s 6-1 loss at Dodger Stadium.
Before Thursday’s game against the D-backs, the Rockies activated left-hander Tyler Anderson from the 10-day disabled list and optioned reliever Carlos Estevez to Triple-A Albuquerque.
The Brewers hope giving Eric Thames the day off on Wednesday will give him an opportunity to rest his body and mind before they take on the Pirates on Thursday.
Rockies lefty Tyler Anderson could be activated for his next start, after one injury rehab appearance, while righty Jon Gray has made two rehab appearances, but will need another, Rockies manager Bud Black said Tuesday.
Rockies lefty Tyler Anderson struck out six and gave up one run in five innings in an injury rehab start for Triple-A Albuquerque at Sacramento on Sunday afternoon.
The Brewers are hoping Chase Anderson’s second start against the Padres on Saturday won’t end like the first.
It’s not often that classic pitching matchups equal the hype. But this one between Brewers right-hander Chase Anderson and D-backs left-hander Robbie Ray did just that in what turned out to be an 11-1 Arizona victory Sunday in the series finale at Chase Field.