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ANDREW CASHNER RUMORS

Cashner takes first step toward return

Andrew Cashner returned to the mound Friday and threw a 20-pitch bullpen session. It was the first time he has thrown off a mound since the beginning of March and another step toward getting back to the Rangers' rotation sometime in April.
Via Rangers.com
6 days ago

Cashner's biceps to be re-examined Friday

Right-hander Andrew Cashner said he has had a good week of playing catch and throwing long toss without any problems in his right biceps area.
Via Rangers.com
8 days ago

A's lose Gray for a while, Rangers shut down Cashner

Oakland Athletics ace Sonny Gray will begin the season on the disabled list with a lat strain and has been shut down from throwing for the next three weeks. A's general manager David Forst said Thursday there's no timetable for the right-hander beyond the preliminary stretch. This is a big blow to the A's and Gray, who was eager to start fresh following a forgettable 2016. He...
Via Associated Press
14 days ago  |  Discuss

New Rangers starter Cashner shut down for 2nd time in spring

SURPRISE, Ariz. (AP) -- New Texas Rangers starter Andrew Cashner has been shut down from throwing for the second time this spring because of soreness in his right upper biceps. Rangers assistant general manager Mike Daly said Thursday that Cashner had a setback when trying to ramp up his throwing again. Cashner had resumed throwing after an MRI and exam last week by team physician...
Via Associated Press
14 days ago  |  Discuss

UPDATE: Conflicting reports on Texas Rangers interest in Jose Quintana

UPDATE 4:18 p.m. PT: Evan Grant of The Dallas Morning News reports the Texas Rangers are not making a 'renewed push' for Jose Quintana. +++According to USA Today Sports’ Bob Nightengale, the Texas Rangers have “suddenly increased their pursuit” of  Chicago White Sox left-handed pitcher Jose Quintana.Before Rangers fans start designing personalized jerseys, Nightengale stresses...
Via Sportsnaut
February 01, 2017  |  Discuss

How Can We Help Andrew Cashner Bounce Back?

Andrew Cashner just signed a one-year deal with the Rangers, the kind of deal you might call a pillow contract, an opportunity for Cashner to bounce back and get on the market with better numbers behind him. That’s the benefit for Cashner. As for the Rangers, they’re happy to get a relatively cheap veteran with some upside for the back end of their rotation. The only problem...
Via Fangraphs
November 21, 2016  |  Discuss

Andrew Cashner, Deep in the Heart of Texas

Another domino is about to fall in the free-agent pitching market. The market would make tapioca look exciting, yes, but someone has to throw innings for baseball teams, and the Rangers have decided to have Andrew Cashner throw some of those innings for them. Cashner has spent most of his time with the Padres and was traded to the Marlins around the trade deadline. Good 2013 and...
Via Fangraphs
November 18, 2016  |  Discuss

Cashner may not re-sign with Marlins due to facial hair policy

The Miami Marlins might lose starting pitcher Andrew Cashner in free agency and it has nothing to with baseball. Cashner spoke with Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald and admitted he “hates” the Marlins facial hair policy. Cashner was acquired from the San Diego Padres in late July for a package which included top prospect Josh Naylor and the hard-throwing right-hander Carter...
Via The Outside Corner
September 09, 2016  |  Discuss

Report: Marlins agree to deal to acquire Andrew Cashner

The Marlins and Padres have agreed to a trade that will send right-handed starting pitcher Andrew Cashner to Miami. The news was first reported by ESPN’s Buster Olney. San Diego already traded starting pitcher Drew Pomeranz to the Boston Red Sox earlier this month, and the team is clearly committed to being sellers heading into the Aug. 1 trade deadline. The Padres also traded...
Via Larry Brown Sports
July 29, 2016  |  Discuss

WATCH: Matt Holliday gets hit in face by a 95-mph fastball

St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Matt Holliday left Thursday night’s game against the San Diego Padres after getting drilled right on the nose by an Andrew Cashner 95-mph fastball. Holliday stayed on his feet and walked to first base, before the Cardinals wisely chose to remove him from the game. Fortunately, Holliday suffered no fractures, and the Cardinals are referring to his...
Via The Comeback
July 21, 2016  |  Discuss
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