SAN DIEGO (AP) — Pittsburgh Pirates left-hander Tyler Anderson has pitched six hitless innings against the San Diego Padres on Monday night.
Anderson has thrown 75 pitches, striking out 5 and walking two.
He walked Trent Grisham leading off the game but induced a double-play grounder from Fernando Tatis Jr., the principle of 13 straight batters Anderson retired sooner than Jake Cronenworth reached on Anderson’s fielding error in the fifth.
The 31-three hundred and sixty five days-old left-hander began the game with a 2-2 yarn in 5 begins this season.
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