Having paid the Marlins to take right-hander Dan Haren off their hands the Dodgers have replaced him in the rotation with left-hander Brett Anderson.
According to Buster Olney of ESPN.com it’s a one-year deal worth $10 million in guaranteed money, plus $4 million in potential incentives. Haren had one year and $10 million remaining on his contract when the Dodgers shipped him and the money to cover his entire salary to Miami.
Anderson was once among the best young left-handers in baseball, but he hasn’t topped 100 innings in a season since 2010 and hasn’t been fully healthy since his rookie year in 2009. He was effective in eight starts for the Rockies this past season, posting a 2.91 ERA, but at age 27 he’s logged a combined 206 innings in the past four seasons.