"Overall a very good year," D-backs manager Kirk Gibson said of Anderson. "He'll have time to think about this year and look forward to next year."
"They had a good approach up the middle," Gibson said. "They lead the league in hitting and they showed why tonight."
"Whatever the team needs. I don't really care. I just want to pitch. Whether it is the sixth, ninth inning or starting the game, it doesn't matter to me."
Rockies Have Grand Old Time in Anderson’s Last Start of Season
Chase Anderson was tuned up for 6 earned over five innings before being relieved by De La Rosa, who had an equally bad night surrendering a Grand Slam to Michael Cuddyer as the Rockies rolled to a lop-sided 15-3 victory.
Scouts Keeping an Eye on Tomas
Although the Diamondbacks still must first address their GM vacancy before plotting too definite of a course moving forward, team scouts are still keeping a close eye on Cuban defector, Yasmani Tomas.
After finally making his way back to MLB action after two years of surgeries and rehabs, Daniel Hudson is keen to be a real contributor in 2015.
Richard Justice looks at five poorly-performing teams of 2014 with the pieces to make for an interesting 2015.
MLB, MLBPA to Negotiate Domestic Abuse Policy
In the wake of recent news coming out of the NFL, the league and players are taking steps to address the issue before it comes to MLB.
*Arizona: 62-92 .5 GB
Colorado: 63-91 1.5 GB
Minnesota: 66-87 5.0 GB
* 2015 1-2 pick goes to Houston, pushing all picks after 1-1 down a slot.