Brett Anderson made his first rehab start for the Stockton Ports on Saturday night, and had one good inning, and one not-so-good inning.
It was a 1-2-3 first inning for Anderson, who induced two ground outs and a fly ball.
In the second he allowed a lead-off single, but retired the next to batters. Then he got into trouble.
Anderson surrendered an RBI double, two singles, and hit a batter in sequential order, before retiring the side.
When the dust settled, he allowed two runs on four hits and hit a batter.
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Anderson hasn't pitched for the A's since June 5, 2011, as he recovers from Tommy John surgery.
Quotes from Brett Anderson will come late Saturday evening...