2023 Fantasy Outlook
Anderson was non-tendered by the Marlins after the season and latched on with the Brewers on a one-year deal, and he's expected to primarily play third base while also being an option in the outfield and at first base. Anderson has struggled through injuries each of the past two seasons while retaining a disciplined approach at the plate but seeing his numbers slide each of the past three seasons while he played through the injuries. The 20 homers of 2019 were clearly a product of the baseball being used that season, and he may have a hard time reaching those heights again with Milwaukee's park factor more recently favoring pitchers. He will likely end up in right field sooner rather than later as his range is declining but the arm is still elite. His splits have truly been all over the place, but he has historically handled righties better than lefties which should help keep him out of a short-side platoon situation. There is still good in his bat buried underneath the recent scar tissue, and he's an intriguing option should he land in the right place this winter. Read Past Outlooks
$Signed a one-year, $3.5 million contract with the Brewers in January of 2023. Contract includes up to $2 million in incentives.
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