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Oakland A's Prospect Profile: Brett Anderson

Anderson reached High-A in his first pro season.

On Friday, the Oakland A's sent their top starter, Dan Haren, and a minor league relief prospect, Connor Robertson, to the Arizona Diamondbacks for a package of six prospects. Over the next several days, will be taking a closer look at the six players that the A's acquired. We continue with a profile of highly touted left-hander Brett Anderson.

Name: Brett Anderson DOB: 02/01/88 H/W: 6'4''/ 215 LB B/T L/L Background Anderson was an AFLAC All-American in high school. After a standout high school career in Stillwater, Oklahoma, Brett Anderson was selected by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the second round of the 2006 amateur draft. The son of Oklahoma State head coach Frank Anderson, the younger Anderson chose to sign with the... Recommended Stories

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