ANDREW CASHNER RUMORS

The Brilliance of Andrew Cashner

On Friday night against the Detroit Tigers — one of the best offenses in the American League — Andrew Cashner delivered his second complete game one-hitter in five starts. After Cashner fittingly struck out Miguel Cabrera — the best hitter in all of baseball — to end things, just four Tigers had reached base all night. And, if you watched the game, you were probably left...
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22 hours ago  |  Discuss

Cashner’s Shutout is Money in the Bank

Most of the league's top aces took the hill last night, but none were more impressive than the Padres' Andrew Cashner, who threw a one-hit shutout, tossing 108 pitches against the ferocious Tigers, walking just two and striking out 11. That's straight Cashner, homey! Randy Moss would be proud. Cashner's shutout was the first of the season in all of baseball, and...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Padres' Cashner one-hits Tigers, gets rewarded with pie to face

Andrew Cashner throws a one-hitter in the 6-0 win over the Detroit Tigers.
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Cashner one-hits Tigers in 6-0 Padres win

Andrew Cashner is "totally aware" the San Diego Padres have never had a no-hitter in their mostly sad-sack history, which has now reached 46 seasons and 7,176 games. After throwing his second one-hitter in a span of five starts, the big Texan is the leading candidate to end that drought. "That's one of my goals. I definitely want a no-hitter," Cashner said...
Via Fox Sports San Diego
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Pregame 8: Detroit Tigers at San Diego Padres

The Tigers (5-2) are in San Diego, where it’s always baseball weather, for three against the Padres (3-6). Rick Porcello makes the start for Detroit, facing Andrew Cashner. Obviously, not much history between these two clubs, but there was one famous series (famous if you’re a Detroit or San Diego fan, anyway) back in 1984. I followed the Tigers’ magical season game in and...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

While You Were Drinking 2014 Game 5 (SD at MIA)

Sometimes things get a little fuzzy after an evening in the pub, especially after looking at the Marlins Park Monstrosity half the night. Here’s a friendly reminder of what you might have missed while you were drinking. The Marlins and Jose Fernandez handed the Padres their fourth straight loss by a score of 5-0. Andrew Cashner pitched six innings of two-run ball on five hits...
Via Padres Public
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Baseball Profcast: Cashner Off To Hot Start

In episode 23, Professors Adam Nodiff (@ANodBaseball) and Jake Devereaux (@DevJake) are back to recap all fantasy relevant news from over the weekend. The topics include: A recap of the first game on of the season to be played on American Soil and how dominant Andrew Cashner looked A breakdown of why Jake and Adam think they will finish a top the Baseball Professor head-to-head...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

Padres’ Andrew Cashner Shows Off Glorious Mullet On Opening Day (Photo)

San Diego Padres pitcher Andrew Cashner wasn’t able to pick up the win in Sunday night’s season opener, but the hairstyle the right-hander showed off during the game will be undefeated for some time. Cashner’s ‘do looks like the typical flow when he’s on the mound, but a glace at him without his cap reveals a Texas mullet to end all Texas mullets. Andrew Cashner - mugshot...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

Cashner sharp in last tuneup; Padres tie Cubs 5-5

PEORIA, Ariz. (AP) -- Andrew Cashner allowed one unearned run in three innings for San Diego in his final start before opening night as the Padres and a Cubs split squad played to a 5-5 tie Tuesday night. Cashner allowed two hits and struck out one in his 44-pitch tuneup. The right-hander issued no walks, allowing only one in 15 2/3 innings while posting a 2.30 spring ERA. Cashner...
Via Fox Sports San Diego
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Predictions, Optimism, and Bow Hunting

Andrew Cashner. He has a beard and throws a baseball 100 mph. And he also kills things with a bow. During the month of March, have-nots, underachievers, and the down right terrible organizations generally have something in common: a sense of optimism. Their fans have it too. Even if these fans don’t think their team really has a chance there’s still an elemental need to look...
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27 days ago  |  Discuss
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