BOSTON, MA - APRIL 24: Brett Anderson #49 of the Oakland Athletics pitches against the Boston Red Sox during the game on April 24, 2013 at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts.
We're going to see some record heat there in the month of July ... Areas south of Calgary I think are going to see some spells of very hot weather, perhaps record breaking temperatures.
Folks in that region are going to be cooler, more stormier this summer. I don't think they'll be too happy
I was running in the outfield on Monday and suddenly my foot started hurting ... I got it checked out and this is the result.More quotes »
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"More bands should split up" - Brett Anderson opens up to DiS about the return of Suede
to do, and I was always very respectful of that, of not imposing my solo work onto them. I didn’t want this to be a Brett Anderson record played by the members of Suede at all. That would have been stupid. In fact I had a policy that I wouldn’t write any of from Drowned in Sound Read more »
A's beat Rangers and ace Darvish 1-0
a 2.97 ERA and a majors-leading 86 strikeouts, and Straily had a 7.27 ERA and a spot in the A's rotation only because of Brett Anderson 's injury. Naturally, because baseball is as unpredictable as the Texas weather, the A's won 1-0. Hours after a storm passed from San Francisco Chronicle Read more »
Warm weather with cool breaks forecast for Canada this summer
from this forecast is it’s not going to resemble last year’s summer, which was the warmest summer on record for Canada,” Brett Anderson, lead forecaster for Canada, told The Canadian Press. “We’re going to see much more changeable weather. Yes, we will have from Guelph Mercury Read more »
A's prepare to face reliever-turned-starter
don't know until we see him pitch." OAKLAND -- Athletics catcher Derek Norris does not express concern when players like Brett Anderson and Josh Reddick go missing from the lineup because of injuries. He figures the A's will do just fine in the long run because from MLB.com Read more »
Young likely to return from DL on Saturday
more I move around, the more comfortable I feel." OAK@TB: Anderson sprains ankle on a pitch in first OAKLAND -- Left-hander Brett Anderson was diagnosed with a navicular stress fracture of his right foot, revealed by CT and bone scans, the Athletics announced from MLB.com Read more »