Anderson couldn't get loose while warming up prior to the second inning of Friday's start against the Blue Jays.
There's no clear timetable for his return at the moment, but given his lengthy injury history the A's will be sure to proceed with caution.
Anderson then formed Suede with Osman and guitarists Bernard Butler and Justine Frischmann, Anderson's girlfriend. Combining Morrissey's homoerotic posturing with Bowie's glam theatrics, Anderson achieved instant fame in England.
Drummer Simon Gilbert joined Suede in 1991, but Frischmann quit the group a year later to front the band Elastica. America, however, was still spellbound by the grunge revolution and Anderson's melancholic, over-the-top vocals clashed with the raw anger of Nirvana's Kurt Cobain and Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder.
The lack of missed bats makes him a poor fantasy option going forward, but it’s nice to see the veteran southpaw see some success in 2018 for the surprising A’s.
Anderson’s next appearance is not yet scheduled, but he’ll likely make one more start before the break.
The veteran southpaw is still working his way back into the groove of the season after missing almost two months of the campaign with a shoulder strain.
Anderson owns a bloated 6.08 ERA and 1.86 WHIP in six starts covering 23 2/3 innings this year.
The results of that examination have not been revealed."A year ago we were all ready to give up," Brett Anderson of Buried In Verona says straight off the bat.It's the type of statement that in most cases would be followed a resigned sigh and a protracted explanation of what comes to be the beginning of the end. That's because he's reflecting on the process that resulted in the Sydney metalcore outfit's fifth album, Vultures Above, Lions Below. But it wasn't until we put it together that we realised this whole album was kind of about this massive transition, personally and as a band, that we all had to go through to be where we are now. That one big fluid story could come out of Buried In Verona's personal battles that we had to deal with.Anderson will rejoin the A's rotation on Sunday in Cleveland.The left-hander has been sidelined since mid-May with a left shoulder strain but made it through three rehab outings with no issues. Anderson will pitch either five innings or throw 75 pitches -- whichever number comes first.