Black: Tyler Anderson Has "Will to Win Second to None"
By Norm Clarke
A healthy Tyler Anderson figures to be one of the keys to how far the Colorado Rockies go in 2018, after their wild-card finish in 2017.
Manager Bud Black put it this way: “If Tyler makes his 33-34 starts, we’ll be in business.”
Because of injuries, the 6-foot-4 lefthander out of Las Vegas has been limited to 19 and 15 starts in his first two seasons.
When he’s healthy, as he was during much of his rookie season in 2016, Anderson stood out for his ability to pitch in Coors Field, a house of horrors for many who can’t cope with the effects of high altitude on their pitches.
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