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Detroit Tigers right-hander Chase Anderson thinks he can ‘win a spot’ in starting rotation

Detroit Tigers right-hander Chase Anderson thinks he can 'win a spot' in starting rotation

LAKELAND, Fla. — Chase Anderson tries not to think about the past two years of his baseball career.

The 34-year-old signed a minor-league contract Monday with the Detroit Tigers and reported to spring training in TigerTown, where the right-hander hopes to remind the industry he belongs at the highest level.

“I feel like I can come in here and win a spot,” Anderson said, “and get the back end of the rotation stabilized and continue to prove that I can do this at a high level and get outs and pitch deep into games like I did earlier in my career. That’s the chip on my shoulder, giving me an edge to show that I’m still in my prime.”

Right handed pitcher Chase Anderson throws live batting practice during Detroit Tigers spring training Thursday, March 17, 2022, at TigerTown in Lakeland, Florida.

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