Cody Anderson analysis

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Eternalfire
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Cody Anderson analysis

Postby Eternalfire » Fri Jul 10, 2015 4:10 pm

Im blown away by what this kid has done in his first 4 starts. He's 4/4 QS but the most impressive thing is his shortest start was 6 2/3 INN and he hasnt' allowed more than 1 ER in any start, he's already made mlb history in his first 4 career starts. Do u think this kid could break out and be a real star or is just having a lucky start to his career? Man I really love Clevelands rotation this year!

In 12 team H2H league where 6 players are kept do u think he could finish the year well enough to earn a spot as a 6th keeper?

Also what's more unbelievable is how he hasn't fully gotten on the radar yet with only 55% ownership on CBS. Anyone who's reading this should go out and claim him right now if he's available in your league! That number is sure to hit the 90%+ range very soon.

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Re: Cody Anderson analysis

Postby Grey » Sat Jul 11, 2015 7:52 am

Im blown away by what this kid has done in his first 4 starts. He's 4/4 QS but the most impressive thing is his shortest start was 6 2/3 INN and he hasnt' allowed more than 1 ER in any start, he's already made mlb history in his first 4 career starts. Do u think this kid could break out and be a real star or is just having a lucky start to his career? Man I really love Clevelands rotation this year!

In 12 team H2H league where 6 players are kept do u think he could finish the year well enough to earn a spot as a 6th keeper?

Also what's more unbelievable is how he hasn't fully gotten on the radar yet with only 55% ownership on CBS. Anyone who's reading this should go out and claim him right now if he's available in your league! That number is sure to hit the 90%+ range very soon.
The most unbelievable thing about him is he has over 98% men left on base
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