Ian Anderson Atlanta Braves

Age: 23 (May 02, 1998) | 6' 1" | 200lbs.
Tm Lg YEAR W L SV Hld G GS IP H HR BB SO ERA WHIP Rating BB/9 SO/9 BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
ATL A+ 2018 2 6 0 0 20 20 100.0 73 2 40 118 2.52 1.13 0.96 3.6 10.6 .302 n/a
ATL AA 2018 2 1 0 0 4 4 19.1 14 0 9 24 2.33 1.19 0.96 4.2 11.2 .314 n/a
ATL AA 2019 7 5 0 0 21 21 111.0 82 8 47 147 2.68 1.16 1.06 3.8 11.9 .308 n/a
ATL AAA 2019 1 2 0 0 5 5 24.2 23 5 18 25 6.57 1.66 1.60 6.6 9.1 .288 n/a
ATL NL 2020 3 2 0 0 6 6 32.1 21 1 14 41 1.95 1.08 0.91 3.9 11.4 .285 n/a 20 18
ATL AAA 2021 0 0 0 0 4 4 14.1 12 0 9 20 3.77 1.47 1.15 5.7 12.6 .370 n/a
ATL NL 2021 9 5 0 0 24 24 128.0 105 16 53 124 3.59 1.23 1.21 3.7 8.7 .273 49/20/31 10 12
Career 2yrs 12 7 0 0 30 30 160.1 126 17 67 165 3.26 1.20 1.15 3.8 9.3 .275 n/a
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Alex Patton Alex
Oct 11 '18

When will we get newer/newish minor leaguers/prospects added to this database?

Such as Chris Paddack :-)

Toolshed: Paddack's FIP helps pad resume Now healthy, Padres No. 5 prospect dominated in whiffs, walks

LOWEST FIPS BY PITCHERS AMONG MLB.COM'S TOP 100 PROSPECTS (MIN. 50 IP)
MLB.COM RANKNAMEIPKBBHBPHRERAFIP
48Chris Paddack901208642.101.94
29Brendan McKay78 1/310314132.532.00
62Dane Dunning86 1/310026522.712.62
39Ian Anderson119 1/314249322.492.71
77Brusdar Graterol10210728932.742.93


Howard Lynch LynchMob
Oct 11 '18

Wednesday's Stars

Ian Anderson, RHP, Braves. Anderson was in complete control Wednesday night. The righthander did not allow a hit in 7.2 innings of work, allowing only a lone walk to Charlotte before he was pulled when he reached 100 pitches. It was quite the pitching duel as Anderson matched up against ...

Brendan McKay, LHP, Rays. While McKay was on a much shorter pitch count than Anderson, he matched him nearly pitch for pitch for four innings. McKay allowed a lone hit in four innings of work, walking one and striking out four.

Alex Patton Alex
Aug 2 '18