With a young career riddled with injuries, it was tough for A’s fans to see Brett Anderson endure a Tommy John reconstruction surgery, adding further doubt to what kind of career Anderson could put together.
There is virtually no question that, when healthy, Anderson can be a top-of-the-rotation starter. With decent K rates and a 2010 season with a 2.80 ERA and 1.19 WHIP, there could be a bright future ahead for Anderson if his injuries can become a thing of the past. Please, blog, may I have some more?
How does Oakland do it? I know the stadium is ideal and I know that Moneyball tactics help set the precedent, but how does Oakland churn out no-name pitcher after no-name pitcher that end up having success in the Majors?
Before the start of the season, the pitcher under-the-radar in Oakland that had all the buzz was Brad Peacock, but a 6.17 AAA ERA thus far is keeping him from the Majors. Enter A.J. Please, blog, may I have some more?
As a real baseball fan and fantasy baseball junkie, I like to keep a close watch on certain players (too close, according to some states’ penal codes). Some time back, while Grey and I were surreptitiously collecting Ryan Braun’s sweat during a bikram yoga session, I mentioned that I keep many of my thoughts on these players in a diary. Please, blog, may I have some more?