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Bud Anderson (baseball)

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Win–loss record  4–10
Role  Baseball player
Name  Bud Anderson
Strikeouts  76
Earned run average  3.68

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Karl Adam "Bud" Anderson (born May 27, 1956) is a former Major League Baseball relief pitcher.

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He was drafted by the Seattle Mariners in the third round of the 1977 amateur draft out of Rutgers University. Anderson spent three seasons in the Seattle Mariners organization. In 1977, he played for the Bellingham Mariners, going 5-3 in 10 starts. In 1978, he pitched for the Stockton Mariners and went 12-8. In 1979, he spent most of the season with the Spokane Indians, and had a 2-13 record.

The Seattle Mariners traded Anderson to the Cleveland Indians on March 29, 1980, to complete an earlier trade. He made his major league debut on June 11, 1982 with the Indians. On that day, Anderson pitched three scoreless innings in relief. Despite having a 3.35 earned run average, Anderson posted a win-loss record of 3-4. Anderson's team went on to finish tied for sixth in their division. In 1983, Anderson had a 4.08 earned run average. On the day of his final major league appearance, October 2, he pitched three innings and allowed three earned runs.

At the time of his retirement Anderson had a 4-10 record, a 3.68 ERA, 62 walks, and 76 strikeouts.

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