Found April 23, 2013 on MLB Injury News:
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Oakland Athletics left-handed starting pitcher Brett Anderson exited his last appearance early due to a sprained ankle, but he told reporters – including Jane Lee of MLB.com – that he’s “good to go” for his next scheduled start on Wednesday. Anderson suffered his ankle injury in the first inning of Friday’s loss to the Tampa Bay Rays. He’s since thrown an impressive side session and has gone through running drills to prove his ankle’s since recovered. Manager Bob Melvin has said the southpaw is on schedule to pitch Wednesday. While Anderson did admit to being able to “feel it a little bit” when running, he says that he’s good otherwise. He still has all of today to continue to rest the ankle, so it doesn’t seem like he’ll be forced to miss a start after making his early exit. Anderson and the A’s will take on the Boston Red Sox and Jon Lester on Wednesday. Follow @mlbinjurynews Looking for fantasy baseball advice?
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