Tim Anderson

SS · Miami Marlins

Bats R Throws R
Height 6'1" Weight 185
DOB 1993-06-23 Age 30.8
Hometown Tuscaloosa, AL
2024 Fantasy Rankings

NFBC ADP (15-team): 22.06, 321st

Season Projections

Draft Buddy362.0128546514651432427462511521.1154.278.316.374.690.096
THE BAT352.6125530494601372425472611521.6176.278.317.365.682.087

ATC projections by Ariel Cohen. Draft Buddy projections by Mike MacGregor. Steamer projections by Steamer Projections Blog. THE BAT projections by Derek Carty. Zeile Consensus projections by FantasyPros.

Fantasy Baseball News Last 90 Days

  • Tim Anderson Remains Out Of Lineup Sunday

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    Miami Marlins shortstop Tim Anderson (illness) is not in the starting lineup for Sunday's game against the Atlanta Braves. It will be the third straight missed game for Anderson, although he is still considered day-to-day. In his absence, Vidal Brujan will get another start and bat eighth for the Marlins. The 26-year-old is just 1-for-18 at the plate this season and can be avoided in all formats while Anderson is shelved.

    Apr 14 · Source via Miami Marlins Tim Anderson
  • Tim Anderson Dealing With An Illness, Remains Out On Saturday

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    Miami Marlins shortstop Tim Anderson (illness) is not in the lineup for Saturday's game against the Atlanta Braves. He also missed Friday's contest against the Braves and remains under the weather. The 30-year-old is considered day-to-day, with the series finale on Sunday being the next chance for him to return to the lineup. Anderson is slashing .280/.308/.300 with a double, two stolen bases, and four runs scored over 13 games this season. Vidal Brujan will replace Anderson again at shortstop and is batting ninth in Saturday's game. Brujan has not logged a hit over 16 plate appearances this season, and fantasy managers can avoid using him as a streamer in most leagues.

    Apr 13 · Source via Miami Marlins Tim Anderson
  • Tim Anderson Absent From Friday's Lineup

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    Miami Marlins shortstop Tim Anderson (illness) is not in the lineup for Friday's game against the Atlanta Braves. According to Marlins manager Skip Schumaker, Anderson is sick, so it was better for him to take the day off. He is considered day-to-day. The 30-year-old has started all 13 games for the Marlins, slashing .280/.308/.300 with an RBI, four runs, and two stolen bases over 52 plate appearances. Vidal Brujan is batting ninth and will handle shortstop duties while Anderson is rested. Brujan has yet to record a hit in 13 plate appearances over seven games this season and can be avoided as a streamer and a DFS play for Friday's main slate.

    Apr 12 · Source via Miami Marlins Tim Anderson
  • Offseason In Review: Miami Marlins

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    The Marlins snuck into the playoffs in 2023, their first postseason berth in a full season in 20 years. Despite that, it ended up being an offseason focused on changing and planning for the future. Major League Signings SS Tim Anderson: One year, $5MM 2024 spending: $5MM Total spending: $5MM Option Decisions OF/DH Jorge Soler…

    Mar 16 · MLB Trade Rumors Offseason Miami Marlins Tim Anderson Matt Andriese Josh Bell Christian Bethancourt Jonah Bride Jake Burger Edward Cabrera Curt Casali Declan Cronin Jonathan Davis Kent Emanuel Calvin Faucher Braxton Garrett Mychal Givens Nick Gordon Tristan Gray Vladimir Gutierrez Trey Mancini Darren McCaughan Max Meyer A.J. Puk Trevor Rogers Devin Smeltzer Kyle Tyler
  • Tim Anderson Hits First Homer Of Spring Monday

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    Miami Marlins shortstop Tim Anderson hit his first home run of the spring in Monday's 1-0 Grapefruit League win over the Mets. Anderson hit a second-inning fastball from Tylor Megill over the right-field fence for the only run of the game. The 30-year-old is hitting .211 with no stolen bases in 19 spring at-bats. He will be looking to start anew with the Marlins, as injuries and poor performance stymied his fantasy value over the past several seasons with the White Sox.

    Mar 12 · Source via Miami Marlins Tim Anderson
  • Tim Anderson Says His Knee Is Healthy

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    Miami Marlins shortstop Tim Anderson, who signed a one-year, $5 million deal with the team this week, said his left knee is "healthy" and ready to go for the 2024 season. Anderson's left-knee sprain contributed heavily to his struggles in 2023, in which he hit just one home run while delivering a .582 OPS, the lowest among all qualified hitters. The 30-year-old hasn't played in more than 123 games in a season since 2019 due to injuries, which makes him a pretty big injury risk as he tries to bounce back from a dreadful season. His sprint speed, which has been well above-average for the bulk of his eight-year career, fell to the 46th percentile last year. But if the former first-rounder can regain even a fraction of his old form -- he was the only player in the majors to hit .300 or better in each season from 2019-22 -- fantasy managers will have a steal on their hands.

    Feb 25 · Source via Miami Marlins Tim Anderson
  • Tim Anderson Joins The Marlins

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    Free-agent shortstop Tim Anderson and the Miami Marlins agreed to a one-year, $5 million deal, pending a physical, on Thursday, according to sources. After a disastrous year with the Chicago White Sox in 2023, Anderson had to settle for a one-year, prove-it deal in order to try and get his value back up in South Beach. The hitting environment won't be the best for the 30-year-old in Miami, but he'll be guaranteed regular playing time as the Fish's primary shortstop. Anderson slashed a weak .245/.286/.296 with only one home run in 2023, but prior to that, he had posted a .318/.347/.474 slash line the previous four years in Chicago and could easily bounce back if he can stay healthy in 2024. The move to sign Anderson will move Jon Berti to a utility infield role in Miami.

    Feb 22 · Source via Miami Marlins Tim Anderson
  • Marlins Offer Tim Anderson A Starting Job

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    The Miami Marlins have offered free-agent shortstop Tim Anderson a contract to be their primary shortstop, according to a source. The 30-year-old has made all but two of his major-league starts at shortstop, but he played at second base in last year's World Baseball Classic. The two-time All-Star had a terrible .582 OPS with just one home run in 123 games for the Chicago White Sox last year, which has made his free-agent market almost non-existent this winter. It's looking more likely that Anderson is going to have to accept a one-year, prove-it deal to get his value back up heading into 2025, and Miami may be the place to do it. Currently, Jon Berti is Miami's projected starter at the 6 in 2024. Coming off his terrible 2023 campaign, Anderson is ranked as the No. 32 fantasy shortstop at RotoBaller.

    Feb 21 · Source via Miami Marlins Tim Anderson
  • Marlins Make Offer To Tim Anderson

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    The Miami Marlins recently made an offer to free-agent shortstop Tim Anderson as they continue their search for an everyday shortstop, according to sources briefed on the discussions. The 30-year-old Anderson declined markedly in 2023. In his eight seasons with the Chicago White Sox, he was a former batting champion and two-time All-Star. The Marlins could give him a chance to restore his value. They currently have 34-year-old utility man Jon Berti as their leading option at the 6 in 2024. Miami has also been in discussions with free agent Gio Urshela about a utility role. Anderson was never the same last year after suffering a sprained left knee that landed him on the injured list from April 11 to May 2, and he finished with a .245 average, one home run and a .582 OPS, all career-lows.

    Feb 16 · Source via Miami Marlins Tim Anderson
  • The Top Unsigned Second Basemen

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    Pitchers and catchers will be reporting to Spring Training in about three weeks but a slow offseason means there are still plenty of free agents out there. MLBTR already took a look at the catchers, first basemen, shortstops, third basemen, center fielders and starting pitchers still available and will now take a look at some notable…

    Jan 26 · MLB Trade Rumors Tim Anderson Elvis Andrus Enrique Hernandez Tony Kemp Whit Merrifield Amed Rosario Donovan Solano Kolten Wong
  • The Top Unsigned Shortstops

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    Pitchers and catchers will be reporting to Spring Training in about three weeks but a slow offseason means there are still plenty of free agents out there. MLBTR already took a look at the center fielders and catchers still available and will now take a look at some notable shortstops. Tim Anderson: It’s no secret…

    Jan 26 · MLB Trade Rumors Nick Ahmed Tim Anderson Elvis Andrus Brandon Crawford Adalberto Mondesi Amed Rosario Giovanny Urshela
  • Hitting Stats

    2024 ATC355.0126537505641412427452511321.1154.278.316.371.687.093
    2024 Draft Buddy362.0128546514651432427462511521.1154.278.316.374.690.096
    2024 Steamer386.0131573533631512738562711920.8144.283.321.389.710.106
    2024 THE BAT352.6125530494601372425472611521.6176.278.317.365.682.087
    2024 Zeile359.0128539506631412427472511321.0154.279.315.375.690.096

    Historic stats obtained free of charge from and are copyrighted by Retrosheet. ATC projections by Ariel Cohen. Draft Buddy projections by Mike MacGregor. Steamer projections by Steamer Projections Blog. THE BAT projections by Derek Carty. Zeile Consensus projections by FantasyPros.

    Fielding Stats



    4vs SF5.03861100012225.001.167.375.167.542.000
    3vs ATL, at NYY6.0412121300000325.
    2at STL, vs LAA13.0624232800001833.310.348.375.348.723.000
    1vs PIT7.0417161310011635.300.


    27vs SD, vs ARI4.0417171300000317.600.
    26at BOS, at WAS8.0520191600001525.001.316.350.316.666.000
    25vs MIN, vs KC14.0620193810011420.000.421.450.474.924.053
    24at DET, at KC7.0521201300001733.310.
    23vs DET, at BAL14.0625244411021520.
    22vs OAK, vs SEA20.05242449400101145.810.375.375.542.917.167
    21at CHC1.01430000001125.
    20vs MIL, vs NYY7.0417140200021741.
    19at CLE, at TEX9.0519181410001631.610.
    18vs CLE, vs CHC18.0626244700122519.200.292.346.417.763.125
    17at MIN, at NYM24.06282541020032310.710.400.444.480.924.080
    16at ATL6.0313120400011430.800.333.385.333.718.000
    15vs STL, vs TOR10.0627273401010622.
    14at OAK, at LAA15.07333155000121236.410.
    13vs BOS, vs TEX1.03880000010225.
    12at SEA, at LAD6.0520180200002315.
    11vs MIA, at NYY6.0418180310000527.810.
    10vs DET, vs LAA15.0625233720012416.000.304.360.391.751.087
    9at DET, at CLE20.07323041010032515.600.333.375.367.742.034
    8vs KC, vs CLE9.0623231500010417.411.
    7vs HOU, at KC8.0626251600001311.500.
    6at CIN, vs MIN12.0627243500013725.900.
    3at MIN0.01330000000126.700.
    2at PIT, vs SF25.0626266730030526.030.306.320.367.687.061
    1at HOU19.0420183720012427.020.294.351.382.733.088


    Apr 17vs SF- 0-00.06000000000000
    Apr 16vs SFW 6-33.06431000011250.
    Apr 15vs SFL 3-42.0443010000100.001.333.500.333.833.000
    Apr 14vs ATLL 7-90.08a1100000001100.
    Apr 10at NYYW 5-22.0644110000000.
    Apr 9at NYYL 2-34.06440200000125.010.500.500.5001.000.000
    Apr 8at NYYL 0-70.05330000000133.300.
    Apr 7at STLW 10-33.06551200000120.000.400.400.400.800.000
    Apr 6at STLL 1-31.06440100000250.
    Apr 4at STLL 5-85.07441200000125.010.500.500.5001.000.000
    Apr 3vs LAAL 2-101.06320000001133.300.000.333.000.333.000
    Apr 2vs LAAL 1-32.06440200000125.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    Apr 1vs LAAL 4-71.07440100000250.
    Mar 31vs PITL 7-90.06440000000250.
    Mar 30vs PITL 3-90.07440000000250.
    Mar 29vs PITL 2-74.06431200001125.000.667.750.6671.417.000
    Mar 28vs PITL 5-63.07550110010120.


    Sep 30vs SDL 1-61.0144010000000.
    Sep 29vs SDL 2-31.0155010000000.
    Sep 28vs ARIW 3-10.01440000000250.
    Sep 26vs ARIL 4-152.01441100000125.
    Sep 23at BOSW 1-00.01440000000250.
    Sep 22at BOSL 2-30.01440000000250.
    Sep 20at WASL 3-131.0133010000000.000.333.333.333.666.000
    Sep 19at WASL 3-42.0143010000100.001.333.500.333.833.000
    Sep 18at WASW 6-15.01551400000120.000.800.800.8001.600.000
    Sep 16vs MINW 7-67.0144231001000.000.750.7501.0001.750.250
    Sep 15vs MINL 2-101.01440100000250.
    Sep 14vs MINL 2-101.01440100000125.
    Sep 13vs KCL 1-71.01440100000125.
    Sep 12vs KCW 6-24.0143120000100.000.667.750.6671.417.000
    Sep 12vs KCL 10-110.02a000000000000
    Sep 10at DETL 2-31.01440100000125.
    Sep 9at DETL 1-31.01440100000250.
    Sep 8at DETW 6-02.01541000001240.
    Sep 5at KCL 6-73.0155010000000.
    Sep 4at KCL 1-120.01330000000266.700.
    Sep 3vs DETL 2-34.01441210000125.000.500.500.7501.250.250
    Sep 2vs DETL 0-100.0133000000000.
    Sep 1vs DETL 2-44.0143210000100.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Aug 30at BALW 10-56.01661101020233.300.167.167.500.667.333
    Aug 29at BALL 3-90.01440000000125.
    Aug 28at BALL 0-90.01440000000125.
    Aug 27vs OAKW 6-15.01552210000360.000.400.400.6001.000.200
    Aug 26vs OAKW 6-23.01441110000250.
    Aug 25vs OAKL 4-123.01550210000240.000.400.400.6001.000.200
    Aug 24vs OAKL 5-83.01550210000120.000.400.400.6001.000.200
    Aug 23vs SEAW 5-46.01551200010360.010.400.400.400.800.000
    Aug 16at CHCL 3-41.01430000001125.
    Aug 12vs MILL 2-31.01430000000250.
    Aug 11vs MILL 6-73.01540100011120.000.250.400.250.650.000
    Aug 9vs NYYW 9-22.01550100010240.
    Aug 7vs NYYW 5-11.01320000000266.700.000.333.000.333.000
    Aug 5at CLEW 7-42.01330110000133.300.333.333.6671.000.334
    Aug 4at CLEL 2-41.01430000001125.
    Aug 3at TEXL 3-53.01551200000240.000.400.400.400.800.000
    Aug 2at TEXL 1-110.0133000000000.
    Aug 1at TEXL 0-23.01440100000250.
    Jul 30vs CLEL 0-51.01440100000125.
    Jul 29vs CLEW 7-28.01551300110120.000.600.6001.2001.800.600
    Jul 28vs CLEW 3-01.0243000000100.
    Jul 27vs CLEL 3-60.02440000000250.
    Jul 26vs CHCL 7-106.0254220001100.000.500.600.5001.100.000
    Jul 25vs CHCL 3-72.02441100000125.
    Jul 23at MINL 4-54.02550210010120.000.400.400.6001.000.200
    Jul 22at MINL 2-35.0255120000000.010.400.400.400.800.000
    Jul 21at MINL 4-93.02430100011125.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Jul 20at NYMW 6-24.0243120000100.000.667.750.6671.417.000
    Jul 19at NYML 1-50.02440000000125.
    Jul 18at NYML 10-118.0265231001000.000.600.667.8001.467.200
    Jul 16at ATLW 8-14.02540200011120.000.500.600.5001.100.000
    Jul 15at ATLW 6-50.02440000000250.
    Jul 14at ATLL 0-92.02440200000125.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    Jul 9vs STLL 3-40.02550000000120.
    Jul 8vs STLL 0-30.02440000000125.
    Jul 7vs STLW 8-72.02551100000120.
    Jul 6vs TORL 2-60.02550000000240.
    Jul 6vs TORL 4-53.02441100010125.
    Jul 4vs TORL 3-45.0244120100000.000.500.5001.0001.500.500
    Jul 2at OAKW 8-76.02441200010125.010.500.500.5001.000.000
    Jul 1at OAKL 6-73.02541100001120.000.250.400.250.650.000
    Jun 30at OAKL 4-70.02550000000480.
    Jun 29at LAAW 9-74.02552200000240.000.400.400.400.800.000
    Jun 28at LAAW 11-52.0265100000100.
    Jun 27at LAAL 2-40.02440000000375.
    Jun 26at LAAL 1-20.02440000000125.
    Jun 24vs BOSW 5-40.02440000000125.
    Jun 23vs BOSL 1-31.02330000010133.300.
    Jun 20vs TEXW 7-60.07a11000000000.
    Jun 17at SEAW 4-31.0221000000100.000.000.500.000.500.000
    Jun 16at SEAL 2-33.01440100000125.
    Jun 15at LADL 4-51.01550100000120.
    Jun 14at LADW 8-40.01550000000120.
    Jun 13at LADL 1-51.0143000000100.
    Jun 10vs MIAL 1-50.01440000000250.
    Jun 9vs MIAW 2-15.01550210000240.010.400.400.6001.000.200
    Jun 8at NYYW 6-51.0155010000000.
    Jun 6at NYYW 3-20.01440000000125.
    Jun 4vs DETW 6-24.0154120000100.000.500.600.5001.100.000
    Jun 3vs DETW 2-11.01440100000125.
    Jun 2vs DETW 3-05.01441210010125.000.500.500.7501.250.250
    May 31vs LAAL 5-124.0143111000100.000.333.500.6671.167.334
    May 30vs LAAW 7-30.01440000000125.
    May 29vs LAAL 4-61.01440100000125.
    May 28at DETL 5-65.0155131000000.000.600.600.8001.400.200
    May 27at DETL 3-70.0144000000000.
    May 26at DETW 12-39.0165340001100.000.800.833.8001.633.000
    May 25at DETL 2-72.01440100010375.
    May 24at CLEW 6-02.0144010001000.
    May 23at CLEW 4-21.01550100000240.
    May 22at CLEL 0-31.0143000000100.
    May 21vs KCW 5-22.08a11110000000.0001.0001.0001.0002.000.000
    May 20vs KCW 5-10.01440000000125.
    May 19vs KCW 2-00.0144000000000.
    May 18vs CLEL 1-31.0144010000000.
    May 17vs CLEW 7-25.01550200010120.010.400.400.400.800.000
    May 16vs CLEW 8-31.01550100000240.
    May 14vs HOUL 3-41.01550100000120.
    May 13vs HOUW 3-13.0144030000000.000.750.750.7501.500.000
    May 12vs HOUL 1-50.0144000000000.
    May 11at KCL 3-40.01440000000125.
    May 10at KCL 1-92.0143010000100.000.333.500.333.833.000
    May 8at KCL 5-122.01551100000120.
    May 7at CINW 17-44.01542100001120.000.250.400.250.650.000
    May 6at CINL 3-51.01550100000120.
    May 5at CINW 5-40.01440000000375.
    May 4vs MINL 3-70.04b330000000133.300.
    May 3vs MINW 6-46.0154130001100.000.750.800.7501.550.000
    May 2vs MINW 3-21.01540000001120.
    Apr 10at MINW 4-30.01330000000133.300.
    Apr 9at PITL 0-10.0144000000000.
    Apr 8at PITW 11-58.01662210010116.710.333.333.500.833.167
    Apr 7at PITL 9-1314.0155442000000.020.800.8001.2002.000.400
    Apr 6vs SFL 6-163.01550100020240.
    Apr 5vs SFW 7-30.01220000000150.
    Apr 3vs SFL 3-120.01440000000125.
    Apr 2at HOUW 6-33.01550110010120.
    Apr 1at HOUL 4-65.01551200000240.010.400.400.400.800.000
    Mar 31at HOUL 3-66.01541200001120.010.500.600.5001.100.000
    Mar 30at HOUW 3-25.0154121000100.000.500.600.7501.350.250
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