Found September 01, 2012 on Friarhood:
Andrew Cashner makes his 3rd rehab start as the T-Pads lose to the Aces 7-2. Nathan Freiman continues to hit the ball extremely well as he leads the Missions to a 4-2 victory over the RockHounds. Travis Jankowski extends his hitting streak to 14 games as the TinCaps dominate the Whitecaps and win 7-0. Despite a home run from Jeremy Baltz, Eugene loses to the Indians 3-1. Hitting Prospect of the Day: Travis JankowskiPitching Prospect of the Day: Erik CabreraTucson Padres 2, Reno Aces 7 Daniel Robertson-CF: 2-4, Run scoredJesus Merchan-3B: 1-4Vince Belnome-2B: 1-4, RBI, KSawyer Carroll-1B: 1-4, HR(7), RBI, Run scoredRocky Gale-C: 2-4Andrew Cashner-SP: 4.0 IP, 4H, 3ER, BB, 2K (L, 0-1)Notes: Andrew Cashner threw his 3rd rehab start for Tucson. Despite a rough start tonight, he still had arespectable 3.00 ERA over that span. This start is expected to be his last rehab start with Tucson; he should be heading back up to San Diego again. This loss snapped a 4 game win streak for Tucson.San ...
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