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Chase Anderson

Bats / Throws: R / R
Age: 29 (1987-11-30)
Ht / Wt: 6'1" / 200 lbs.

2017 Stats Snapshot


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2017 Player Outlook

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Recent Update

9/20:Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Chase Anderson went six scoreless innings with eight strikeouts Tuesday versus the Pirates. The Brewers would win the game 1-0. Anderson earned the victory to move his season record to 11-3 with a 2.74 ERA. He is having a breakout season and should be owned in virtually every league he is eligible.--Jamie Mellor - RotoBaller

Next Matchup

DateTeamOpponentL/RHome/AwayWeatherPark ScoreFD$DK$Premium Matchup Rating
9/24vs. CHCTBDTBDHome106$7,800$7,400Upgrade

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Recent Game Logs

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Performance Trends: Last 7, 14, 30, YTD Stats


Historical Split Stats

  • 2014
  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017
vs. L---------------
vs. R---------------
vs. L69.27058253.883.981.3670.907.493.232.3211.1.307.325
vs. R83.08853154.664.271.24111.195.751.633.5311.1.297.325
vs. L70.05153253.994.791.09111.416.813.212.1210.0.211.289
vs. R81.210467284.745.351.62171.877.383.092.3910.6.345.394
vs. L58.14458152.313.041.0140.628.952.313.8718.6.267.260
vs. R69.25962243.104.031.1981.

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ADP Arbitrage Comparables

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Beat Writer Chatter

  • @AdamMcCalvy: Anderson, Swarzak and Knebel blank the Bucs, 1-0. Brewers have shut out the Pirates on back to back nights.
  • @Todd_Rosiak: The Brewers fail to cash in either Arcia or Phillips, and Anderson makes way for Anthony Swarzak.
  • @AdamMcCalvy: Chase Anderson's scoreless night is done: 6ip, 5h, 8k. He hasn't surrendered more than 3er in a game in 14 starts since May 21.
  • @AdamMcCalvy: Pirates put a runner at third with nobody out in the 6th, and Chase Anderson escapes. Retires McCutchen, Bell, Polanco to preserve 1-0 lead.
  • @Todd_Rosiak: Gregory Polanco pops out to Arcia, and the smallish crowd boos as Anderson pulls off a nice escape job.
  • @Todd_Rosiak: Anderson fans McCutchen, then Frazier chooses not to challenge Phillips’ arm on a fly ball to short CF by Josh Bell. Two down.
  • @Todd_Rosiak: Adam Frazier singles to lead off the Pittsburgh sixth, then Anderson’s errant pickoff throw allows him to move to second.
  • @Todd_Rosiak: Eight straight set down by Anderson now, and the Brewers take their 1-0 lead to the fifth.
  • @Todd_Rosiak: Anderson with 5 Ks through three scoreless innings, and both teams still seeking to snap a 0-0 tie moving to the fourth.
  • @Todd_Rosiak: Pirates manage only a Jordy Mercer single against Anderson in the second, and a scoreless game heads to the third.
  • @Todd_Rosiak: Orlando Arcia and Stephen Vogt collect two-out singles in the second, but Anderson strikes out to strand them.
  • @Todd_Rosiak: Starling Marte singles and steals to move into scoring position in the first, but Chase Anderson Ks Andrew McCutchen and Josh Bell.
  • @Haudricourt: RT @baseball_ref: #Brewers at #Pirates, (C.Anderson vs T.Williams) 7:05 pm ET, B-R Game Stat Sheet: #getready
  • @Haudricourt: #Brewers Chase Anderson makes this list.
  • @Haudricourt: #Brewers Eric Thames was asked about what Chase Anderson showed pitching on short rest: "He showed big 'nads'. A lot of gusto."
  • @Todd_Rosiak: Chase Anderson solid on three days’ rest, Brett Phillips with 3 RBI and a great throw from CF and the Brewers beat the Pirates, 8-2.
  • @AdamMcCalvy: Chase Anderson on short rest: 5.1ip, 7h, 2r (1er), 1bb, 2k. 94 pitches.
  • @Todd_Rosiak: A long sixth nets the Pirates a lone run against Anderson/Drake.
  • @Todd_Rosiak: Gregory Polanco pinch-hitting, and that’ll be all for Anderson. He gets a nice hand as he departs. Oliver Drake coming on.
  • @Todd_Rosiak: Anderson has shattered two bats this inning, and both have resulted in hits. Pirates make it 8-2 on that one, and bases still loaded.
  • @Todd_Rosiak: An Orlando Arcia single opens the door to a bases-loaded, one-out situation here in the sixth for the Pirates vs. Anderson.
  • @Todd_Rosiak: Brewers tack on yet another run as Phillips scores on a passed ball. Anderson back out for the sixth with an 8-1 lead.
  • @Haudricourt: RT @Todd_Rosiak: Anderson is through five innings now at 76 pitches. Aside from the McCutchen HR in the first, he’s been solid on short res…
  • @Todd_Rosiak: Anderson is through five innings now at 76 pitches. Aside from the McCutchen HR in the first, he’s been solid on short rest.
  • @Todd_Rosiak: Anderson tosses a lengthy but scoreless third.

Depth Charts - Batters

Depth Charts - Pitchers

Brewers Prospects Depth Chart

  1. Lewis Brinson (OF)
  2. Corey Ray (OF)
  3. Luis Ortiz (SP)
  4. Brett Phillips (OF)
  5. Mauricio Dubon (SS)
  6. Jacob Nottingham (C)
  7. Lucas Erceg (3B)
  8. Jorge Lopez (SP)
  9. Tyrone Taylor (OF)
  10. Josh Hader (SP)

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