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Anderson says he's ready to reward Dodgers for $10 million gamble

Anderson says he's ready to reward Dodgers for $10 million gamble

New Dodgers left-hander Brett Anderson is optimistic that his injury problems are behind him – but it is a long trail. Signed for one year and $10 million, Anderson represents a gamble by the Dodgers at the back of their 2015 starting rotation and...

Dodgers go all in with their fragile Brett Anderson gamble

Wonder just how effective Brett Anderson is going to be as a new starting pitcher for the Dodgers? Anderson must be wondering just a bit himself.

Are rehabbing pitchers the new market inefficiency?

LOS ANGELES -- Brett Anderson estimates that half the teams in baseball checked in on him early in the offseason. By the winter meetings, the serious suitors were down to less than half a dozen, he said. Within a few weeks, the Los Angeles Dodgers stood alone, signing him to a one-year, $10 million deal that could be worth as much as $14 million if he reaches all the incentives. That's big money for a pitcher who has eclipsed 150 innings in his career only once, when he was a rookie, and has already undergone elbow reconstruction and been on the 60-day disabled list twice in one season (last...
Rotoworld Jan 21, 2015

Brett Anderson (back) nearing mound work - Brett Anderson (S) Los Angeles Dodgers

Brett Anderson (back) expects to begin throwing off a mound next week in Arizona.
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Dodgers | Brett Anderson's rehab going well

Los Angeles Dodgers SP Brett Anderson's (back) rehab from back surgery is going well, and ...

Anderson's deal includes $5 million signing bonus

LOS ANGELES -- Pitcher Brett Anderson gets a $5 million signing bonus as part of his $10 million, one-year contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers and can make an additional $4 million in performance bonuses. The 26-year-old left-hander, whose deal was completed last week, is due half the signing bonus on Jan. 15 and the rest on Feb. 15. He receives a $5 million salary and can earn bonuses based on innings pitched: $300,000 each for 150 and 155; $350,000 apiece for 160, 165, 170 and 175; and $400,000 each for 180, 185, 190, 195 and 200.

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