Former Brainerd Warriors pitcher Nick Anderson is in his first season in the major leagues as a relief pitcher for the Miami Marlins.

After a string of perfect relief, Anderson suffered his first career blown save and suffered the loss in Miami's 5-4 loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates Sunday, Jun 16.

Anderson allowed two runs on three hits in the seventh inning. He struck out one.

He faced six batters and threw 20 pitches, 14 for strikes.

The loss drops Anderson, 28, to 2-3 on the season with a 4.55 ERA. He's pitched in 30 games and in 29 2 /3 innings he's collected 51 strikeouts.

He has now allowed 15 earned runs on 25 hits and 13 walks, three intentional. He has three holds and the one blown save.