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Sean Anderson (29), had a disastrous comeback in his first major league start.

Anderson took the mound against the Washington Nationals at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C., on Aug. 15 (KST), giving up seven runs on 10 hits with one walk and seven strikeouts in two innings of work, but was unable to prevent his team from losing 1-8. It was his first start since August 8, 2019, and his first start in nearly five years, but it was a blowout. His season ERA soared to 15.19.

Anderson was in trouble in the first two innings. In the first inning, he gave up a leadoff double to CJ Abrams. However, he was thrown out at third, leaving the bases loaded. Lane Thomas followed with another single to right, and a wild pitch put runners on first and second. But Jesse Winker struck out looking and Eddie Rosario flied out to center field to get out of the inning.

In the top of the second, Joey Meneses grounded out to shortstop. Luis Garcia Jr. gave up a single to left, but induced Keyvers Lewis to fly out to right and Nick Senzel to ground out to shortstop to end the inning.

But they couldn't survive the third inning. In the third, Jacob Young singled to center and CJ Abrams doubled to center field. With runners on first and second, Lane Thomas hit a three-run homer to left field.

Jesse Winker singled to shortstop and Eddie Rosario doubled to center field to put runners on second and third again. He then gave up an RBI double to Joey Meneses. Luis Garcia followed with another single to left to put runners on first and second with no outs.

Anderson couldn't take it anymore and was taken off the mound. In his place, Huasca Brazovan made matters worse, extending Anderson's run total. He got the first batter he faced, Keyvers Lewis, to fly out to left field, but gave up a walk to Nick Senzel to load the bases.

Jacob Young, who came back to the plate to pinch-hit, struck out to load the bases, but CJ Abrams hit a two-run double to left to plate both Anderson runners. Anderson's lead grew to seven runs.

Anderson was drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the third round of the 2016 First-Year Player Draft. He was traded to the San Francisco Giants in 2017 and made his major league debut in 2019. Through 2022, he has appeared in 28 big league games (16 starts) with the Minnesota Twins, Baltimore Orioles, and Toronto Blue Jays, compiling a 3-5 record with two saves and a 5.44 ERA in 96 innings.

Last year, he tried his hand at a new stage in the KBO with the KIA Tigers, but was released after going 4-7 with a 3.76 ERA in 14 games.

This year, he signed a minor league contract with the Texas Rangers and returned to the major leagues. After pitching two games, he was traded to the Miami Marlins in a cash deal.

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