Marlins’ Anderson weighs options
Brian Anderson and the Miami Marlins are sorting through all options after the third baseman’s latest injury, and waiting for doctors’ opinions before figuring out what path his recovery might take.
One potential option, Anderson said, could be surgery on his left shoulder, which twice sent him to the injured list this season.
“They’ve been just getting different doctors’ opinions, seeing where we’re going to go from here on out,” said Anderson, who also plays some in the outfield. “We’re just waiting. Kind of the crappy part of it is just waiting and not knowing what the plan is.”
The Marlins placed Anderson on the 10-day IL with a left shoulder subluxation last Friday, effectively ending his season after just 67 games.
It was the second time Anderson sustained a left shoulder subluxation in 2021. He also injured the shoulder in May and missed about two months.