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Gaslamp Ball Jun 28, 2015

Padres 7, Diamondbacks 2: Cashner goes snake hunting

One of the most frustrating and inexplicable parts of this season has been Andrew Cashner's sudden decline. But tonight he looked a lot more like the Cash we'd come to know and love, as he held the Diamondbacks to two runs on eight hits in seven innings of work. He even got in on the action offensively when he picked up an RBI single in the sixth. It helped that he had the most run support he'd seen in almost two years, with all but one position player providing a hit or an RBI tonight. The game started off on the wrong foot, with Alexi Amarista bobbling a hit my Nick Ahmed. Cashner wasn't...
Gaslamp Ball Jun 27, 2015

Game 77 Preview: 06/27 Padres vs. Diamondbacks

Andrew Cashner hasn't had the best month, but he'll get a chance to end it on a positive note tonight as he takes the mound against the Diamondbacks in game 2 of the series at Petco Park. In his most recent outing, also against these Dbacks, he  only lasted four innings as Arizona scored seven runs under his watch. Only three of those runs were earned, however, and he kept them to only four hits on that start. Overall in three previous starts against them this season, he's posted a 2.65 ERA. Jeremy Hellickson pitched opposite Cashner in that last meeting and came out on the better end of...
Gaslamp Ball Jun 21, 2015

SD 2, ARI 7: Cashner forgets how to pitch for an inning

Cashner didn't get the memo from Tyson Ross last night, and the Padres give up another series. Last night's 8-1 victory over the Diamondbacks was a great little sample of when things for A.J. Preller's 2015 Padres are clicking. Dominate pitching and hot bats; winning ingredients for any baseball team. Today, though, Andrew Cashner and the lineup couldn't find a way to emulate last night's success. Ca$h took the mound today against Jeremy Hellickson. Cashner's last start saw him giving up 5 earned runs in only 5 innings. Hellickson's mirrored his last start, going 6 innings only giving up 2...
Gaslamp Ball Jun 21, 2015

Game 72 Preview: 06/21 Padres @ Diamondbacks

Padres pitching and hitting came together last night, culminating in a glorious 8-1 win over the Diamondbacks and arguably the best game of the year. Tyson Ross pitched an absolute gem, which hopefully Andrew Cashner can rival this afternoon in the rubber game at Chase Field. The third win if the season continues to elude Cashner,  who is 0-1 in June. At the beginning of the season, Cashner's story  was one of tough luck and little run support from his offense, but over the past month or so his pitching has fallen off as well. Since May 22, he's pitched to the tune of a 5.66 ERA, allowing...

On deck: Cashner looking to get on track

Padres right-hander has allowed 14 earned runs over last 17 1/3 innings.
Friars on Base Jun 18, 2015

Padres News: Andrew Cashner’s Season Rolling Downhill Fast

Andrew Cashner and the San Diego Padres were really hoping that 2014 was the year he would become THE ace of the team. It had started well enough as he shut down the Dodgers on Opening Day with a victory. He battled several injuries throughout the year but finished strong including a 1 hit complete […] Padres News: Andrew Cashner’s Season Rolling Downhill Fast - Friars on Base - Friars on Base - A San Diego Padres Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Gaslamp Ball Jun 16, 2015

A's 6, Padres 5: Pat Murphy loses in managerial debut

A world of offense couldn't make up for Cashner's collapse and Kimbrel's sloppy outing. Pat Murphy managed his first major league ballgame today, and for a while, everything was going swimmingly. Andrew Cashner was hitless through four innings and staked to a two run lead... and then everything came crashing down. Cashner collapsed, and even when the team rallied to get him off the hook in the eighth, Craig Kimbrel couldn't keep things tied in the ninth. There were early signs that the baseball gods favored the A's today. In the first inning, center fielder Billy Burns made a leaping catch...

On deck: Andrew Cashner in a rut

Padres right-hander has allowed 16 earned runs in last 17 innings
Gaslamp Ball Jun 16, 2015

Game 67 Preview: 06/16 Padres vs. Athletics

The Padres finish their half of the home-and-home series with the Athletics this afternoon, hoping to rebound from a lousy series opener last night. After their 9-1 beatdown, hopefully Andrew Cashner can keep the A's off the board and the Padres can even up the series. June has been Cashner's worst month of the season so far. In three starts he's gone 0-1, allowing 17 runs (16 earned) through 17 combined innings. He's only made one career appearance against Oakland: a one-hit, 1-1/3-inning relief outing back in June 2010 as a member of the Cubs. Opposing Cashner and hoping to lead the A's...
Gaslamp Ball Jun 11, 2015

Game 62 Preview: 06/11 Padres @ Braves

The Padres and Braves wrap up their four-game set at Turner Field. After winning the series opener, the Padres dropped the next two against the Braves.  Today, they'll try to salvage a series split before heading back home to San Diego. Pitching in the finale for the Padres will be Andrew Cashner, who continues his quest for that elusive third win while trying to avoid being the first pitcher to reach nine losses this season.  He had some trouble his last time out, giving up seven earned runs on eight hits and five walks through 5 2/3 innings.  One start prior to that he pitched his...
Gaslamp Ball Jun 6, 2015

SD 9, CIN 7: Matt Kemp and Yonder Alonso go beast mode

Grand slams and home runs galore! Don't worry Cashner, Kemp and Alonso have your back. Did somebody call in some run support for Andrew Cashner? Because this is what happens when you ask for run support. After the 6-3 dominance over the Reds last night, the Padres were looked to clinch the first series of the season against the Reds. And clinch they did. Cashner took a bit of a beating last start against the Mets, going only 4.2 innings giving up 5 runs. Today, he didn't quite have his stuff either. After giving up three runs in the first, he totaled out at 7, all earned. He wasn't...
Friars on Base Jun 2, 2015

Tensions Flare as Mets Stomp Padres

The Mets got off to a fast start Monday night off of Andrew Cashner.  Ruben Tejada smacked a ground rule double to center field, and Daniel Murphy quickly smacked a single to left field for the RBI.  Cashner was able to force a ground out to end the inning but a high throw by Will Middlebrooks […] Tensions Flare as Mets Stomp Padres - Friars on Base - Friars on Base - A San Diego Padres Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Gaslamp Ball Jun 2, 2015

Cashner sets personal best in Ks, but blanked by deGrom, Mets 7-0

Andrew Cashner would have a record setting performance with 12 Ks, but that stat wasn't close to enough to compete with the Mets in this game. After yesterday's rout of the Pirates, the Padres wasted no time assuring their fans that there would no such cruising this time. Andrew Cashner was on the bump and after recording a quick out, he surrendered back-to-back hits that plated the first run. A strikeout eased the pressure a little and a two out grounder looked to limit the damage. However, Middlebrooks' throw sailed high and with two outs and the runners going full steam Daniel Murphy...
Mets 360 Jun 1, 2015

Game Chatter: Jacob deGrom vs. Andrew Cashner (6/1/15)

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