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  • Red Sox's Chase Anderson: Registers three-inning save

    Anderson earned a save against Oakland on Thursday, allowing two hits and striking out five batters over three scoreless innings.

    After Tanner Houck tossed six scoreless frames, Anderson completed the shutout with three scoreless innings of his own. He struck out five in the impressive outing and threw 28 of 39 pitches for strikes. The save was the third of the season for the righty reliever, all of which have been three frames in length. From a fantasy perspective, there's no reason for managers chasing saves to take a look at Anderson given his middle-relief role and consequent unpredictability of save opportunities.

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  • Red Sox's Chase Anderson: Shifts back to bullpen

    Anderson made his most recent appearance as a reliever in Saturday's 3-1 loss to the Twins, covering two scoreless innings while giving up one hit and one walk and striking out one.

    Anderson made a spot start April 25 in Cleveland, but his relief appearance over the weekend signals that he'll lose out on a rotation spot with Nick Pivetta (elbow) on track to return from the 15-day injured list to start Wednesday in Atlanta.

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  • Red Sox's Chase Anderson: Struggles in first start

    Anderson (0-1) took the loss Thursday against the Guardians, allowing five runs on three hits and three walks over 1.2 innings. He didn't record a strikeout.

    After working his way out of trouble in the first inning, Anderson allowed a solo home run to Will Brennan in the second before Jose Ramirez launched a grand slam with two outs in the frame. The 36-year-old Anderson opened the year in Boston's bullpen, though he was thrust into the rotation with injuries to Brayan Bello (lat), Nick Pivetta (elbow) and Garrett Whitlock (oblique). While Thursday's outing certainly wasn't encouraging, the Red Sox may need Anderson to make at least one more start until other options are healthy.

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  • Red Sox's Chase Anderson: Draws start Thursday

    Anderson is slated to start Thursday's game against the Guardians in Cleveland, Ian Browne of reports.

    With Brayan Bello (lat) joining Nick Pivetta (elbow), Garrett Whitlock (oblique) and Lucas Giolito (elbow) on the injured list Wednesday, Anderson will step into the injury-riddled Red Sox rotation for the first time all season. Anderson hasn't covered more than three innings in any of his six relief outings with Boston this season, but he has plenty of starting experience under his belt, having previously made 200 starts over his MLB career across stops with Arizona, Milwaukee, Toronto, Philadelphia, Cincinnati, Colorado and Tampa Bay. However, since he'll be pitching on three days' rest after tossing two innings out of the bullpen Sunday, Anderson may be operating under a workload restriction in his first start with Boston.

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  • Red Sox's Chase Anderson: Considered for fill-in starter

    Anderson is under consideration to fill Nick Pivetta's (elbow) slot in the rotation, Julian McWilliams and Alex Speier of The Boston Globe report.

    The Red Sox placed Pivetta on the 15-day injured list, and the club is hopeful he'll come off the IL when eligible. While he's unavailable, Boston will need a fill-in starter, both Anderson, who has a spot on the 40-man roster, and minor-league starter Cooper Criswell are under consideration. Anderson has made a pair of long-relief appearances, while Criswell started for Triple-A Worcester on Sunday and would be available to start Saturday, the next time Boston needs a fifth starter.

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  • Red Sox's Chase Anderson: Notches second save

    Anderson allowed two runs on four hits and a walk over three innings Sunday, striking out one batter and earning a save over the Angels.

    For the second time this month, Anderson secured a three-inning save in a blowout win. Those have also been his only two appearances so far this season. Anderson has produced a 3.00 ERA with a 4:1 K:BB through six innings. He should continue working in a long-relief role.

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  • Red Sox's Chase Anderson: Lands three-inning save

    Anderson picked up the save Monday against the A's, tossing three scoreless innings on one hit and no walks. He struck out three.

    Anderson took advantage of the lopsided score, polishing off three scoreless frames with his second-career save. Monday's outing marked the veteran's first with Boston after signing with the team following his release from the Pirates. Considering the Red Sox have several reliable arms out of the pen -- including closer Kenley Jansen -- Anderson shouldn't be expected to get many high-leverage looks this season.

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  • Red Sox's Chase Anderson: Catches on with Boston

    Anderson signed a major-league contract with the Red Sox on Saturday, Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican reports.

    Anderson was let go by the Pirates earlier Saturday, and it didn't take long for the 36-year-old righty to latch on with another organization. The Red Sox will be without Liam Hendriks (elbow) and Chris Murphy (elbow), and Cotillo notes that adding Anderson brings experience as a multi-inning reliever to go alongside Josh Winckowski.

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  • Chase Anderson: Released by Pirates

    The Pirates released Anderson on Saturday, Ari Alexander of KPRC 2 reports.

    Anderson entered camp as a non-roster invitee and looked sharp with a 2.45 ERA and 0.73 WHIP across 11 innings, but he will ultimately miss out on the team's Opening Day roster. The 36-year-old righty may receive attention in free agency from teams in search of organizational starter depth.

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  • Pirates' Chase Anderson: Invited to Pirates camp

    Anderson signed a minor-league contract with the Pirates on Saturday and received an invitation to big-league spring training, Robert Murray of reports.

    Anderson logged a 5.42 ERA and 1.42 WHIP across 86.1 innings between the Rays and Rockies last season. The 36-year-old right-hander hasn't turned in a season with an ERA below 5.00 since 2019 (4.21), making him an unreliable fantasy option even if he were to make the Pirates' roster out of spring training.

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  • Rockies' Chase Anderson: Scratched Sunday

    Anderson is no longer scheduled to start Sunday against the Twins, Luke Zahlmann of The Denver Gazette reports.

    The right-hander was penciled in to start the final game of the season for Colorado, but lefty reliever Brent Suter will instead open the contest. It's unclear if Anderson suffered some sort of injury or if manager Bud Black simply decided to go in a different direction. The 35-year-old has a 5.42 ERA, 1.42 WHIP and 64:33 K:BB over 86.1 innings this year and will be a free agent this offseason.

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  • Rockies' Chase Anderson: Finally gets first win of 2023

    Anderson (1-6) picked up the win in the first game of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Dodgers, allowing five hits and two walks over five scoreless innings in a 4-1 victory, He struck out four.

    Anderson made his first appearance of the season May 3 out of the Tampa Bay bullpen, and he joined the Colorado rotation a couple weeks later after being claimed off waivers. It took the 35-year-old righty 17 starts and 86.1 innings to finally secure his first win of the season, and he waited until the final week to do so. Anderson has pitched well since coming off the IL in early September, posting a 3.86 ERA, 1.29 WHIP and 20:13 K:BB through 25.2 frames, and his worst outing during the month actually came on the road in San Francisco. He should get a chance to double his win total in the Rockies' finale, a home tilt against the Twins on Oct. 1.

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  • Rockies' Chase Anderson: Remains winless

    Anderson (0-6) took the loss Wednesday as the Rockies fell 3-2 to the Padres, giving up three runs (two earned) on five hits and two walks over 6.1 innings. He struck out three.

    The veteran right-hander has now made 16 starts in 2023, plus two relief appearances, and he's still looking for his first win. Anderson has at least given the Rockies two straight quality starts, and over 20.2 innings since coming off the IL in early September, he's managed a 4.80 ERA, 1.26 WHIP and 16:11 K:BB. With Colorado playing seven games in six days during the final week of the season, Anderson could take the mound twice more against the Dodgers and Twins, but both starts would come at Coors Field.

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  • Rockies' Chase Anderson: Tosses seven no-hit frames

    Anderson allowed a run on zero hits and five walks over seven innings in Friday's win over San Francisco. He struck out seven and did not factor in the decision.

    Anderson threw just 53 of 101 pitches for strikes and coughed up a run in the second inning thanks to two leadoff walks, but he retiring 12 consecutive batters beginning in the third. It was his longest start of the year and he tied his season best with seven punchouts. Despite the terrific start, Anderson still owns a 6.00 ERA with a 57:29 K:BB through 75 frames. He's currently projected to take the mound in San Diego next week.

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  • Rockies' Chase Anderson: Starting Friday

    Anderson will start Friday's game against the Giants, Patrick Lyons of reports.

    Anderson was originally slated to start Thursday, but the game was rained out, so he'll ultimately be pushed back one day. He's made two starts since being activated from the injured list and has given up eight earned runs across 7.1 innings while posting a 6:4 K:BB.

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  • Rockies' Chase Anderson: Thursday's start rained out

    Anderson won't make his scheduled start after Thursday's game against the Giants was postponed due to inclement weather, Evan Webeck of The San Jose Mercury News reports.

    The delay will likely push Anderson's start to Friday, while Peter Lambert and Kyle Freeland will presumably start during Saturday's doubleheader. Anderson has allowed eight runs in 7.1 innings across two starts since returning from the injured list.

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  • Rockies' Chase Anderson: Yields six runs in loss

    Anderson (0-5) allowed six runs on six hits and two walks while striking out three over 3.1 innings, taking the loss Saturday versus the Giants.

    Anderson's second start back from shoulder inflammation went worse than his four-inning effort against Toronto last weekend. Thairo Estrada got to him for a two-run home run in the first inning and the Giants rallied for four more runs in the fourth. Anderson is now at a 6.49 ERA, 1.53 WHIP and 50:24 K:BB through 68 innings between the Rockies and the Rays this year. He figures to stick in Colorado's rotation, if mostly by default. The right-hander is projected for a home rematch versus the Giants next week.

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  • Rockies' Chase Anderson: Gets another turn through rotation

    Anderson is scheduled to start Saturday's game at San Francisco.

    After a nearly six-week stint on the injured list while he recovered from shoulder inflammation, Anderson returned to the Colorado rotation last weekend, giving up two earned runs on four hits and two walks while striking out three over four innings in a no-decision against Toronto. Though he owns a poor 5.98 ERA and 1.48 WHIP in 64.2 innings in the majors this season, Anderson looks like he'll stick around in the Colorado rotation for the foreseeable future after Austin Gomber back) was recently shut down for the season.

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  • Rockies' Chase Anderson: Goes four in return

    Anderson did not factor into the decision Sunday, allowing two runs on four hits and two walks over four innings against the Blue Jays. He struck out three.

    Anderson pitched well in his return from a five-week stint on the injured list due to shoulder inflammation. He allowed a solo home run to Vladimir Guerrero in the third, then another to Spencer Horwitz in the fourth, but otherwise held the Blue Jays in check during his brief outing. There's no telling if Anderson would have come out for the fifth, but a 59-minute rain delay effectively ended his outing. Anderson's next start is scheduled to take place when the Rockies travel to San Francisco for a weekend series against the Giants.

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  • Rockies' Chase Anderson: Could be activated to start Sunday

    Rockies manager Bud Black said Friday that Anderson (shoulder) could be activated from the 15-day injured list to start Sunday's game versus the Blue Jays at Coors Field, reports.

    The Rockies have an opening in their rotation for the series finale versus Toronto with Austin Gomber (back) unavailable to start on five days' rest, and Anderson looks like the top option to fill the void after making his second rehab outing with Triple-A Albuquerque on Tuesday. In that rehab start, Anderson struck out one while allowing no runs on two hits and four walks over three innings. Anderson covered 64 pitches Tuesday, so he should be able to give the Rockies something close to a typical starter's workload if he gets activated for Sunday's game.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-1, 210 lbs
Birthplace: Wichita Falls, TX
Age: 36
School: Oklahoma
Experience: 10
Bats/Throws: R, R