Indians' Cody Anderson whiffs nine over seven dominant innings
Cleveland Indians pitcher Cody Anderson fanned nine while allowing one run over seven innings to beat the Chicago White Sox in the second game of Monday's doubleheader.
Anderson had a 7.99 ERA in six starts and a relief appearance before being recalled to make the start tonight. He's expected to stick around and start against the Baltimore Orioles this weekend.
Anderson owns a 3.99 SIERA with a 17.5 strikeout percentage and 4.0 walk percentage this season -- all of which are career-best numbers.
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