In two starts since returning from the disabled list, Anderson has allowed just one run in 14 innings of work while striking out 11 and only walking two. His average fastball velocity (91.7 mph) might not be has high as he was averaging in his first two seasons, but it a represents a significant improvement from last year (90.4 mph). Anderson has not been afraid to use his slider and curveball so far using them at a 24.9 percent and 14.4 percent clip respectively. A 9.4 percent swinging strike rate would represent a career high, and he would represent an upgrade for owners in any league. Pick him up for the stretch run, and don't hesitate to use him in any matchup.
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