The Colorado Rockies placed Antonio Senzatela on the 15-day injured list with a right forearm strain on Saturday, while fellow right-hander Chase Anderson was placed on the active roster after he was claimed off waivers
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The injured list move was retroactive to Thursday.
Senzatela, 28, left Wednesday’s start against the Pittsburgh Pirates after allowing a two-run homer to Andrew McCutchen. He threw 51 pitches before walking off the field with a trainer.
Senzatela’s latest injury comes after he tore his left anterior cruciate ligament during a game against the St. Louis Cardinals last August and had season-ending surgery.
Colorado’s pitching staff has been ravaged by injuries with German Marquez set to have Tommy John surgery and likely will miss the remainder of the season. Right-hander Noah Davis (elbow) is on the 15-day IL.
Anderson, 35, did not allow a run in two appearances with the Tampa Bay Rays this season before he was designated for assignment to make room on the Tampa Bay roster for left-hander Jake Diekman.
Anderson has pitched with six teams since making his major league debut: Arizona (2014-15), Milwaukee (2016-19), Toronto (2020), Philadelphia (2021), Cincinnati (2022) and Tampa Bay (2023).
He has a career record of 58-50 in 201 career games (183 starts) with a 4.23 ERA over 967 2/3 innings pitched.
–Field Level Media
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