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How Gregory Polanco Threw Out Trevor Cahill

It’s mostly a matter of aesthetics. A little bit of pride, but, for the most part, an out is an out, if you did nothing wrong. Batters make outs most of the time, especially if the batter’s name is Trevor Cahill. The Cubs, presumably, aren’t bothered that Cahill made an out in the fifth inning on Tuesday. They would’ve expected as much, and if anything, they’d be happy...
Via Fangraphs
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Cubs 4, Pirates 5 – Cubs 2, Pirates 1 (9/15/15)

OSS: Cubs split with the Pirates with frustrating loss in Game 1 and semi-frustrating win in Game 2 Game 1 Three Up 1. Trevor Cahill has been great since coming to the Cubs on a minor-league deal. Since being released by the Braves, he's had a 2.79 FIP in his 4 Cubs appearances. He might get the start in the pen game coming up, and he helped his cause with 2 shutout, 1...
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20 days ago  |  Discuss

Gregory Polanco easily retires Trevor Cahill on a 9-3 putout

Usually when we see 9-3 putouts, a catcher or pitcher is running, the right fielder is playing shallow, and uncorks a laser beam of a throw to retire the baserunner. And on Tuesday in Pittsburgh, that’s exactly what happened when Gregory Polanco gunned out Trevor Cahill, who wasn’t even running hard to first. At least Cahill did his job for the Cubs on the mound – he...
Via The Outside Corner
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Braves make modest upgrade with Trevor Cahill

On Thursday night, the Atlanta Braves acquired Trevor Cahill and a wheelbarrow full of cash from the Diamondbacks for stalled minor leaguer Josh Elander. Atlanta will only cover roughly $5.5 million of the $12 million that Cahill is owed in 2015, and will also be on the hook for the buyout of his 2016 club option (unless of course, the Braves exercise that $13 million option for...
Via The Outside Corner
April 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Which Trevor Cahill Did the Braves Get?

The Braves have acquired Trevor Cahill and cash for their Josh Elander, a 24-year-old former catcher that was playing outfield in High-A Lynchburg for the second time last year. So mostly this transaction is about the Braves getting a cheap starter on the cheap. The quality of that incoming pitcher, and the fit on a […]
Via Fangraphs
April 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Cahill recalled, will start Friday vs. Cubs

Trevor Cahill was recalled from Triple-A Reno on Monday and will start for the Diamondbacks on Friday against the Cubs at Chase Field. To make room, the Diamondbacks optioned right-hander Mike Bolsinger to Reno. Cahill started the season in the starting rotation but was moved to the bullpen after four rocky starts in which he was 0-4 with a 9.17 ERA and only once lasted longer than...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
July 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Diamondbacks wait on Cahill's decision

PHOENIX -- The Diamondbacks have obtained option waivers on right-hander Trevor Cahill, sources said Tuesday, with the intention of sending him to  the minor leagues in a starting role.  The only thing standing in the way is Cahill's consent. Since Cahill has more than five years of major league service time, he can refuse a minor-league assignment and declare himself a free agent...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
June 10, 2014  |  Discuss

D-backs designate Cahill for assignment but hope he returns

PHOENIX -- The Diamondbacks designated struggling right-hander Trevor Cahill for assignment on Monday, but general manager Kevin Towers made it plain that he would like to keep Cahill in the organization. The D-backs have 10 days to release, outright, trade or option Cahill, who is owed about $17 in million in salary and option buyouts through 2016. The D-backs will pay that money...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
June 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Cahill seeking mechanical consistency, bounceback year

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- After watching Trevor Cahill throw live batting practice Saturday, Diamondbacks manager Kirk Gibson wanted more info. Cahill's sinker looked good, but his changeup didn't. His delivery was clean. Still, Gibson needed to know more. As he headed off to another field, he stopped where third baseman Martin Prado waited on deck to face the new pitcher who had stepped...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
February 15, 2014  |  Discuss

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