FRI, APRIL 20, 2018 - Anderson went 0-for-4 with a strikeout in Thursday's loss to the Brewers. The young third baseman is now 2-for-24 over the last week, dropping his slash line on the season to a weak .231/.367/.338. Anderson's 11:11 BB:K through 18 games remains strong, and his .264 BABIP is likely due for at least a mild rebound, but with Martin Prado (knee) having begun a rehab assignment Thursday and getting close to a return to action, the timing on Anderson's slump could not have been worse. The rebuilding Marlins will likely stick with the 24-year-old at the hot corner even after Prado's activation from the disabled list, but if Anderson's struggles continue through next week, a demotion to Triple-A to try and regain some confidence at the plate -- and open up a roster spot for Prado -- isn't out of the question.
|2002||Pasadena Marauding Gods||5||0||122.7||66||137||68||4.83||1.30||0||W|
|1999||St. Louis Gyrators||2||0||31.3||7||20||17||2.03||0.94||3||a|
|1998||Hamilton Howling Hyenas||12||0||208.0||100||221||95||4.33||1.18||5||a|