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Dodgers go all in with their fragile Brett Anderson gamble
Dodgers go all in with their fragile Brett Anderson gamble

Wonder just how effective Brett Anderson is going to be as a new starting pitcher for the Dodgers? Anderson must be wondering just a bit himself. Since his back surgery last August, the oft-injured Anderson has yet to throw off a mound. He’s hoping to throw in the next week or two. “My arm feels good, my back feels good,” Anderson said in a conference call Wednesday. “Anything I would have concerns with feels fine at this point, so I’m happy.” Anderson is something of the Dodgers' great risk-reward gamble this off-season, not counting the $48 million they gave to Brandon McCarthy for four years. Anderson, who has averaged only 52 innings a...

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