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Los Angeles Times Apr 16, 2015

Brett Anderson gets first win in Dodgers' 5-2 victory

ON THE MOUND: Brett Anderson earned his first win with the Dodgers, limiting the Mariners to two runs (one earned) and six hits over five innings. The only earned run charged to Anderson came on a fourth-inning solo home run by Nelson Cruz. The home run reduced the Dodgers' advantage to 5-1. Paco...
Los Angeles Times Apr 11, 2015

Dodgers' Brett Anderson wants to keep this up, except for one pitch

PHOENIX — As Adrian Gonzalez's home-run streak came to an end Friday night, Brett Anderson had reason to believe he was starting a run of his own.
Sons of Steve Garvey Apr 10, 2015
Game 4 Thread: April 9 vs. D'backs, 6:40p

Game 4 Thread: April 9 vs. D'backs, 6:40p

Brett Anderson (0-0, -.--) vs. Chase Anderson (0-0, -.--) Welp, only three games deep into the season (Dodgers sit at 2-1), we start a pitcher whose game day scouting report notes "All eyes will be on the radar gun as Anderson barely reached 90 mph in his final tuneup against the Angels, although he insisted his surgically repaired back is fine." Your re-vamped lineup, ladies and gentlemen! It may well take Adrian Gonzalez hitting 17 home runs tonight to overcome the dread D'bags in what has recently been a tense rivalry, including most recently a dust-up in a Spring Training game. We here...
Los Angeles Times Apr 5, 2015

Freeway Series: Dodgers 6, Angels 6

ON THE MOUND: Considering Brett Anderson has pitched fewer than 100 innings in each of his last four seasons, he was relieved to complete his exhibition season without any physical problems. But the Dodgers' No. 4 starter was displeased with his performance Saturday night, in which he was...

Brett Anderson has it rolling in Dodgers' 4-2 win over Diamondbacks

No one has ever doubted that Brett Anderson could be a helluva pitcher. It’s just that the notion comes with a qualifier -- if he could just stay healthy.

Brett Anderson puts ground game on display

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Brett Anderson is popular with the teammates who play behind him -- or at least most of them. Infielders tend to like playing behind a pitcher who works at a relentless pace and induces a lot of ground balls. It’s easy for them to stay sharp and not as easy for them to get bored. Anderson said he warns his infielders he likes to work fast and tells them they can ask him to slow down any time they like, but that “99 percent” would prefer he work fast.

Injury-prone Dodgers pitcher Brett Anderson hopes to be effective

Ask Dodgers pitcher Brett Anderson to recite a list of his injuries over the last four years and it sounds as if he's reading from an anatomy textbook.

Brett Anderson waits for Angels' bus

GLENDALE, Ariz. – About an hour before the Dodgers played the Angels at Camelback Ranch on Thursday afternoon, a persistent, steady drizzle continued to fall in the West Valley. It created havoc for a sellout crowd fighting traffic to get to the game and it caused some problems for the visiting team bus and the home-team starting pitcher as well. Brett Anderson said he was about 10 pitches into his warm-ups when he was informed that the Angels bus was stuck in traffic.

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