Brett Anderson P COL 1 Month

Brett Anderson allowed three runs on 12 hits over six innings against the Mariners on Saturday.

The line isn't pretty, but the result wasn't awful for the southpaw. Anderson walked one and only struck out one, but he was aided by the Mariners going 1-for-12 with runners in scoring position on the day. He'll likely have one more start to sharpen up before the season rolls around.

Brett Anderson P COL 1 Month

Brett Anderson went six innings in Monday's start against the Padres, allowing five runs (three earned).

This is Anderson's first mediocre outing of the spring. He entered Monday's start with a 1.80 ERA in ten innings. Against the Padres, he struck out five, but allowed eight hits including a two-run home run to Xavier Nady.

Brett Anderson P COL 1 Month

Brett Anderson allowed one run over five innings during Wednesday's start against the Reds.

Anderson allowed five hits and struck out two, continuing his solid spring. Through three outings spanning ten innings, the lefty has only allowed two runs. With continued good health, Anderson should be a solid contributor for the Rockies. For fantasy purposes, he is a good streaming candidate for starts away from Coors Field.

Brett Anderson P COL 2 Months

Brett Anderson pitched well in Saturday's victory over the Athletics, allowing just one run on three hits over three strong innings.

Anderson struck out one and didn't issue a walk in the solid effort against his former team. Provided he can make it through the spring healthy, which is no certainty given his injury history, the 26-year-old southpaw should begin the season in the Rockies rotation.

Brett Anderson P COL 2 Months

Brett Anderson held the Mariners scoreless over two innings in Monday's start.

Anderson allowed two hits and a walk while striking out two in his first appearance of the spring. The Rockies acquired Anderson from the Athletics in December, hoping he can rebound after undergoing Tommy John surgery in 2012 and suffering an ugly right ankle injury last season. The ballpark change from Oakland to Colorado could be an impediment.

Brett Anderson P COL 5 Months

FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal reports that the Rockies have acquired Brett Anderson from the A's for left-hander Drew Pomeranz and right-hander Chris Jensen.

It's not the greatest return for Oakland, but they had no spot for Anderson and have been dangling him since the summer months. Anderson will try to revitalize his career in the thin air of Colorado after battling multiple injuries during his final years with the A's. He's set to earn $8 million in 2014 and carries a $12 million option for the 2015 season. This move is not ideal for his fantasy value.

Brett Anderson P COL 5 Months

Troy Renck of the Denver Post writes that the Rockies are revisiting the idea of trading for Athletics lefty Brett Anderson.

The Athletics have recently cooled on the idea of trading Anderson, but talks continue to "percolate", Renck says. Anderson has had trouble staying healthy, starting just 43 games and making 11 relief appearances since the start of 2010. He'll earn $8 million in 2014 and has a 2015 club option worth $12 million with a $1.5 million buyout.

Brett Anderson P COL 5 Months

Jeff Passan of Yahoo! Sports was told by sources that teams believe the Athletics are "cooling" on the idea of trading Brett Anderson this week.

It's still early in the week, so things could change if the Athletics receive a compelling offer. Of course, this also doesn't rule out the possibility that he'll be traded later this offseason. Despite his injury history and $8 million salary for 2014, Anderson is drawing plenty of interest.

Brett Anderson P COL 5 Months

Troy Renck of the Denver Post reports that the Rockies' trade talks for Brett Anderson are "slowly fading."

Renck notes that while the talks are "not over," there's "no traction as of now." It's not a surprise, as FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal reported over the weekend that the Rockies and A's had discussions involving the left-hander but were unable to find a match.

Brett Anderson P COL 5 Months

Thomas Harding of MLB.com writes that the Rockies could revisit talks of trading for Athletics starter Brett Anderson.

Anderson is one of many players expected to change addresses at some point during the off-season. The lefty missed significant time in 2011-12 after undergoing Tommy John surgery. He then suffered from an ankle injury at the end of April this past season. He could be a good bounce-back candidate for a team willing to gamble on the 25-year-old's health.