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BRETT ANDERSON RUMORS

Brett Anderson to undergo season ending back surgery

The 2014 season has come to an end for Colorado Rockies starting pitcher Brett Anderson. On Thursday the left hander will undergo seaso-ending surgery to repair a disk in his lower back. Dr. Chris Yeung will preform the surgery on Anderson in Arizona. With an estimated recovery time around five months, Anderson should be ready to go when spring training starts reports the Rockies...
Via Tireball.com
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Rockies' Brett Anderson gets MRI, team fears he's done for season

Bad news continues to haunt the Rockies. Left-handed starter Brett Anderson, who left Tuesday's game against the Chicago Cubs in the fourth inning because of back spasms, is still in a great deal of discomfort. He already is on the 15-day disabled list and the fear now is that the back injury could be season-ending. Anderson underwent an MRI on Friday and the team is still...
Via Pro Sports Daily
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Brett Anderson heads back to disabled list

Just when the Rockies were starting to get some parts of their rotation back, more bad news rolls in. On the same day that right-hander Jordan Lyles is set to make his first start since suffering a fractured finger way back on June 4, the Rockies were forced to place starter Brett Anderson on the 15-day disabled list because of lower-back spasms. Anderson left his start Tuesday...
Via Mile High Sports
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Rockies Injury Update: Brett Anderson exits with back spasms

Brett Anderson's injury fortunes don't seem to be improving. The Colorado Rockies left-hander left Tuesday's game in the fourth inning after experiencing back spasms. Mark Gonzales of the Chicago Tribune tweeted that Anderson is considered day-to-day after his exit:Anderson - out with low back spasms. day to day.— Mark Gonzales (@MDGonzales) August 6, 2014Anderson...
Via Sports Injury Alert
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Colorado Rockies win in extra innings as Brett Anderson shows his talent

Brett Anderson was brilliant on Wednesday night.Give credit where credit is due.The Colorado Rockies have been horrible, but they would have been much better had it not been for the fluke injury that Brett Anderson sustained in April, shelving him for the remainder of the first half of the season.While Anderson has a multi-page injury history, it was still a great move for the Rockies...
Via Rockies Review
July 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Anderson a dilemma for Rockies front office

Brett Anderson was sharp again Friday in the Rockies’ 8-1 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates, firing six and a third innings of shutout baseball to pick up his first victory of the season. Post-game, manager Walt Weiss appreciated Anderson’s mentality on the mound. “He knows what he wants to do, and he does it with a lot of conviction,” said Weiss.” The way he navigates a...
Via Mile High Sports
July 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Rockies misspell Tulowitzki's name on giveaway shirts

It’s been that kind of year for the Colorado Rockies. #Rockies Tulo jersey giveaway day today! Notice anything wrong? #uniwatch pic.twitter.com/X09moRg3Hj — Nick Groke (@nickgroke) July 26, 2014 Apparently Troy needs a last name that's easier to spell… pic.twitter.com/kmuFyxNWOc — Brett Anderson (@BAnderson_30) July 26, 2014 It’s not like he’s the face of the franchise...
Via The Outside Corner
July 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Brett Anderson dominant as the Rockies rout the Pirates at Coors Field

In the book "How to Pitch at Coors Field Without Losing Your Mind," it's written in heavy black ink that breaking balls don't work. Some combination of climate physics and abracadabra will never allow it, they say. Into the seventh inning Friday, Brett Anderson threw through the bad juju. His slurveball — some Frankensteined combination of a curve and a slider...
Via Pro Sports Daily
July 26, 2014  |  Discuss

GUEST POST: Brett Anderson shows what might have been for the Colorado Rockies

Brett Anderson gave the Rockies a taste of what might have been. By Zach Marburger (@burchburger)Zach Marburger is a transplant from Maryland who covers the Rockies and Nuggets as a staff writer at milehighsports.com. He also covers high school sports at CHSAAnow.com.In the bottom of the third inning Friday, after a lengthy at-bat, Brett Anderson got reigning MVP Andrew McCutchen...
Via Rockies Review
July 26, 2014  |  Discuss

GUEST POST: Bullpen falters again as Colorado Rockies blow another great start

Brett Anderson went seven strong innings but got the ND.EDITORS NOTE: Cameron Parsons will continue his guest series for the entire Pittsburgh Pirates series. He is a recent graduate from Colorado State University and has been a longtime fan of the Colorado Rockies.When Chad Bettis pitches for the Rockies, the night normally ends in a loss. Saturday was no exception.In the 11th inning...
Via Rockies Review
July 20, 2014  |  Discuss
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