Bud Anderson (baseball) Wiki, Biography, Age, Height, Things You Need To Know

Bud Anderson (baseball) Bio

karl adam bud anderson born may 27 1956 is a former major league baseball relief pitcher he batted and threw righthanded during his baseball careerhe was drafted by the seattle mariners in the third round of the 1977 amateur draft out of rutgers university anderson spent three seasons in the seattle mariners organization in 1977 he played for the bellingham mariners going 53 in 10 starts in 1978 he pitched for the stockton mariners and went 128 in 1979 he spent most of the season with the spokane indians and had a 213 recordthe seattle mariners traded anderson to the cleveland indians on march 29 1980 to complete an earlier trade anderson made his major league debut on june 11 1982 with the cleveland indians at age 26 on that day anderson pitched three scoreless innings in relief in 1982 anderson pitched one complete game despite having a 335 earned run average anderson had a losing record of 34 andersons team went on to finish tied for 6th in their division in 1983 anderson had a 408 earned run average on the day of his final major league appearance october 2 anderson pitched three innings allowing three earned runsat the time of his retirement anderson had a 410 record a 368 era 62 walks and 76 strikeouts anderson never came to bat during his major league career his lifetime fielding percentage was 900

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