Lars Anderson (baseball) - Major Leagues

Major Leagues

Anderson made his major league debut with Red Sox on September 6, 2010. He then replaced Mike Lowell at first base in the 5th inning of Lowell's last major league game on October 2, 2010, designated "Mike Lowell Day" by the Red Sox. In 18 appearances Anderson had 7 hits in 35 at-bats, with 4 RBIs.

Anderson appeared in 6 games in September 2011 as a defensive replacement and pinch runner, scoring twice as a pinch runner.

On April 22, 2012 Anderson was again called up to the majors after Jason Repko was placed on the 15-day disabled list. He was then optioned on May 2 to make room for Will Middlebrooks.

The Red Sox traded Anderson to the Cleveland Indians for Steven Wright on July 31, 2012. On December 11, 2012, the Indians traded Anderson to the Arizona Diamondbacks in a three-team trade.

The Diamondbacks designated Anderson for assignment on January 24, 2013. He was claimed off waivers by the Chicago White Sox, and placed on their 40 man roster on February 1. After being designated for assignment by the White Sox, Anderson was claimed by the Toronto Blue Jays on February 25. Anderson was designated for assignment by the Blue Jays on March 29, 2013. After clearing waivers, Anderson was traded by the Blue Jays to the Chicago White Sox for cash on April 1. Anderson was assigned to the White Sox Triple-A affiliate Charlotte Knights.

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