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Padres Swept Again by Giants; Lose on Walk Off

The Padres have still been unable to defeat the San Francisco Giants this season, losing for the 9th straight time. This time they lost 4-3 in 10 innings on Wednesday. The Padres did see some positive signs, with Andrew Cashner pitching well coming off of the disabled list and Yangervis Solarte providing some late power […] Padres Swept Again by Giants; Lose on Walk Off - Friars...
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7 hours ago

Cashner delivers encouraging return from DL

Andrew Cashner spent the past two weeks on the disabled list, but the hard-throwing Padres right-hander was able-bodied for a big chunk his time away from the mound.
Via Padres.com
1 day ago

Padres Preview: 05/24 Andrew Cashner returns for rematch against former teammate

Cashner makes his return from the DL in game 2 at AT&T Park as the Padres continue chasing that elusive first win against the Giants. The Padres are coming off a real bummer of a game last night as they try to turn things around against a seemingly unbeatable Giants team. The NL West leaders have taken the first seven games of the season series while pushing the Padres even further...
Via Gaslamp Ball
1 day ago

Padres activate Andrew Cashner from DL

Andrew Cashner will have a chance to begin a turnaround to his shaky season tonight. The Padres saw enough progress to remove him from the 15-day disabled list and are set to reinsert the right-hander into their rotation beginning with tonight’s start against the Giants in San Francisco, Dennis Lin of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports. The team optioned Kevin Quackenbush to Triple...
Via Today's Knuckleball
1 day ago

Padres still in search of first win vs Giants

There was a time Jeff Samardzija and Andrew Cashner sat in the Wrigley Field bullpen together putting in their time as relievers while being considered the potential future front end of what's presently the best team in baseball's rotation.They've since moved west and face off as starters for the second time in a month Tuesday night in San Francisco as the streaking Giants try to...
Via Fox Sports
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Cashner returns to face Samardzija, Giants

Having posted a 1.42 ERA and a 0.79 WHIP in four May starts, Jeff Samardzija has been in cruise control of late. Essentially, he's given the Giants the kind of production the Padres hope to get from Andrew Cashner, now that he's returned from a right-hamstring strain.
Via Padres.com
2 days ago

Orioles reportedly have trade interest in Andrew Cashner

The Baltimore Orioles’ starting rotation finished 25th in the MLB last season with a grotesque 4.53 combined ERA. It doesn’t look like the team is willing to let that fly again in 2016 (no pun intended). According to a report by Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports on Monday, the Orioles have trade interest in Padres righty Andrew Cashner. Cashner, 29, was unimpressive in 2015, going...
Via Larry Brown Sports
February 01, 2016  |  Discuss

Fantasy Baseball: Updates on injured impact players

The 2014 baseball season has been extremely unkind to many players, forcing some to the disabled list for an extended period of time. In this article, I’ll be covering some players currently injured who could have a big impact on the rest of the fantasy baseball season when they return. A.J. Pollock – Arizona Diamondbacks OF A.J. Pollock suffered a broken hand and had to undergo...
Via isportsweb.com
August 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Padres pitcher Andrew Cashner: Wrigley Field is a 'dump'

It’s safe to say people love Wrigley Field.  Seriously, people absolutely love it…they name their pets after it and their kids after the streets surrounding the century-old stadium. Andrew Cashner is not one of those people. “It’s bad.  Here (at Petco), we have one of the nicest weight rooms in all of baseball, a big locker room and things are spaced out. You go about your...
Via Hall of Very Good
May 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Cashner: Dominant slider turns problematical as ace takes a break

If you're into sign-reading, here's one: Andrew Cashner was talking to a club official and chuckling as he came into the dugout Tuesday afternoon. He was not frowning, saying the rosary or poring over the MRI results that revealed inflammation and, the Padres say, nothing more as of now. Whether that changes between now and the time Cashner next takes the mound - and nobody yet knows...
Via Fox Sports San Diego
May 21, 2014  |  Discuss
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