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David Carter Anderson (born August 1, 1960) is a former shortstop/third baseman in Major League Baseball who played for the Los Angeles Dodgers (1983–89, 1992) and San Francisco Giants (1990–91).
Anderson made his Major League debut on May 8, 1983, and played his final game on October 3, 1992. He was a member of the Dodgers team that won the 1988 World Series. In Game One of the series, he was on-deck as a decoy to pinch-hit for the pitcher before manager Tommy Lasorda brought in the injured Kirk Gibson, who went on to win the game with one of the most dramatic home runs in World Series history.
Anderson was the manager for the 1994 Jamestown Jammers of the single A short season New York–Penn League. He led the team to a 42–32 record finishing in first place in the Stedler Division and losing in the playoff semi-final round to the New Jersey Cardinals. He managed throughout the Tigers chain until partially into the 2000 season, when he re-signed to coach at his alma mater, the University Of Memphis. In 2007, he led the Texas Rangers' AA affiliate, the Frisco RoughRiders of the Texas League, to an 85-55 record, ultimately bowing out in the first round of the playoffs.
On the big league level, Anderson was most recently the first base coach for the Texas Rangers, where he was relieved of his duties in October 2013. On September 5, 2010, Anderson was involved in a controversial play at Target Field. As the Rangers attempted a 2-out rally against the Minnesota Twins, Vladimir Guerrero hit a soft grounder up the middle. Anderson appeared to make incidental contact with Michael Young, who was attempting to retreat to the third base bag to beat a throw from Orlando Hudson. Third base umpire Alfonso Márquez called Young out for coach's interference, ending the game in a 6–5 Rangers loss. Anderson and Young both claimed that they never touched each other, and argued to no avail. In April 2011, as the Rangers third-base coach, Anderson encouraged Josh Hamilton to tag up and score on a foul pop up in the first inning of a game against the Detroit Tigers, after noticing nobody was covering the plate. Tigers catcher Victor Martinez was able to return in time to apply a tag to a sliding Hamilton, resulting in a small fracture of Hamilton's humerus. After the game, Hamilton referred to the play as 'stupid' and 'dumb' before apologizing to Anderson days later.
Anderson returning to managing in 2015, serving as the manager of the Salt Lake Bees, the Triple-A affiliate of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.