Does Brett Anderson Have What It Takes to Become a Top-45 Pitcher?

Posted: 2nd January 2010 by Jimmy Hascup in MLB
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Also featured on ! Remember the days of the Oakland Athletics’ big three of Tim Hudson, Mark Mulder, and Barry Zito? While those pitchers have fallen from their elite-statuses due to injuries and under performance, it wasn’t long ago that any of those guys fit the billing of a top-of-the-rotation starter in fantasy leagues. Now the entire trio has moved on and a flock of new young Athletics’ starters have begun to enter the cusp of what could be promising careers in Oakland. One of those pitchers, Brett Anderson, may not have as much seasoning at the minor league levels as many of the other top-tier pitching prospects, but thrusting him into the rotation at 21-years-old shows just what the Athletics thought about him. Furthering their belief that Anders ...

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