Ian Anderson proved to the Atlanta Braves that he’s going to be a big part of their future. The Braves could not have ask for much more from Anderson. He made his Major League debut against the Yankees and pitched lights out, and the rest is history. Anderson was poised and composed beyond his years, and enjoyed taking to the mound in a big spot. Atlanta manager Brian Snitker called Anderson erratic in Game 7, but he still kept his team in the game against Tampa. Anderson is a lock to be in the starting rotation next season, and if this abbreviated season is any indication, Anderson has a chance to be among the elite pitchers in MLB.

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