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Gaslamp Ball Aug 27, 2015

SD 2, WSH 4: Lil' Ross shows up Friars in series loss

The 22-year-old former Friar threw for the Nationals tonight and stifled the bats, while some sloppy pitching made things even more lopsided. So comparatively now, Tyson Ross' start yesterday against the Nationals wasn't all that great. Especially when your little brother follows you up with six innings of no earned runs, seven strikeouts, and only one hit allowed. The Padres tried to get some momentum going into the upcoming divisional games that will determine the fate of the NL West, but that all escaped them for the day in a Thursday night defeat. Andrew Cashner still didn't really have...
Washington Post Aug 27, 2015

Nats Journal: Nationals-Padres discussion thread: Game 126

Joe Ross takes the mound against the team that picked him in the first round of the 2011 draft and traded him away, along with Trea Turner, this winter to Washington. Ross’s brother, Tyson, started on Wednesday so the two missed facing off by a day. Ross (4-5, 3.56 ERA) will be opposed by right-hander Andrew Cashner (5-12, 4.03 ERA). The lineups are here. As always, talk about the game below.Read full article >>
Gaslamp Ball Aug 27, 2015

Game 127 Preview: 08/27 Padres @ Nationals

Andrew Cashner faces Joe Ross in the series finale at Nationals Park. The Padres and Nationals finish up their three-game set in D.C. this evening with a rubber game to determine the winner of the series. Heading to the mound for San Diego will be Andrew Cashner, who's coming off a great win against the Cardinals. He kept the MLB leaders to just one run, unearned, on four hits and two walks, striking out eight through six innings of work. Tonight will be his second outing against the Nationals this season. He threw six innings against them on May 16, allowing four runs (three earned) and...

On deck: Andrew Cashner vs. Joe Ross

The Padres selected Joe Ross in the first round of the 2011 draft.
Gaslamp Ball Aug 22, 2015

Game 123 Preview: 08/22 Padres vs. Cardinals

The Padres look to keep things rolling against behind Ian Kennedy. The Padres opened up their series against the Cardinals with an exciting and eventful win last night. Travis Jankowski started off his big league career with a bang, Justin Upton hit the 600-career-RBI milestone, Andrew Cashner finally got some much-needed and deserved run support to help make up for yet another defensive error, and the Friars won their 500th game ever at Petco Park. It'll be Ian Kennedy on the mound for San Diego tonight, hoping to keep the Padres' recent run of success going and clinch a series win...

Friar talk: A new longest-tenured Padre

Yonder Alonso arrived weeks before Andrew Cashner before the start of 2012 season.
Gaslamp Ball Aug 16, 2015

SD 7, COL 5: Padres win again, No cycle this time

History wasn't made today, but Alonso got smacked in the noggin with a helmet and Cory Spangenberg made his return! Sure, the night was a lot less theatrical than the previous night. But another Padres win in the books is always good. Saturday's win over the Rockies came in the form of an Andrew Cashner riding the line between alright performance and early-game meltdown and a bursty San Diego offense. Cash didn't start off too bad. Working with an early one-run lead, he pushed through the first inning giving up a tying fielders-choice RBI, working his way past a leadoff double from...
Gaslamp Ball Aug 15, 2015

Game 117 Preview: 08/15 Padres @ Rockies

Padres go for the series-clincher behind Andrew Cashner. The Padres are coming off a historic night and are looking to clinch a series win in Colorado. They'll turn to Andrew Cashner while Jon Gray gets the start for the Rockies in game 2. Cashner is 4-12 on the year with a 4.09 ERA. But while his pitching hasn't been incredibly sharp this season, he's also been a victim of poor run support and poor defensive support. Cashner is averaging almost one unearned run per game, having allowed 21 total unearned runs this year. Lately, the Padres offense hasn't come through for him either, scoring...

On deck: Andrew Cashner vs. Jon Gray

Rockies right-hander making third career start.

On deck: Andrew Cashner vs. Jerome Williams

Padres right-hander threw two-hit shutout at Phillies last year.
Gaslamp Ball Aug 9, 2015

Game 112 Preview: 08/09 Padres vs. Phillies

Righties Andrew Cashner and Jerome Williams will face off in the series finale at Petco Park. The Padres and Phillies close out their three-game set this afternoon. The latter have already clinched the series win, but San Diego will try to prevent a sweep by salvaging the final game today. Andrew Cashner will get the ball for the Friars, hoping for a better result than his last outing. He went six innings and kept the Brewers to two runs, but the Padres' lack of offense meant he was tagged with his 11th loss of the season. But hopefully offense can give him some more support tonight and he...
Gaslamp Ball Aug 5, 2015

SD 1, MIL 4: Cashner's mullet not enough to keep Brewers at bay

A strong start and a couple back-and-forth innings go in the Brew crew's favor. After last night's Milwaukee slaughter, which had to have been found in violation of at least one or two treaties of the Geneva Conventions, Friar fans dealt with a much more calm, reserved, and not-full-of-winning game against the Brewers. In three hours we saw some solid pitching from Andrew Cashner, a few hits and missed opportunities from the Pads, and a bite back from the Brews. Cashner lasted a good 6 innings today, giving up only 2 earned runs after throwing 8 hits and 4 walks. He still struck out 5, and...
Gaslamp Ball Aug 4, 2015

Game 107 Preview: 08/04 Padres @ Brewers

The Padres send Andrew Cashner to the mound opposite Jimmy Nelson. Last night Andrew Cashner spent the game in the dugout pranking all of us viewers at home. Tonight our eyes will be on him again as he takes the mound in game 2 of the four-game set at Miller Park. Cashner will make his 20th start of the season, seeking just his fifth win. He wasn't so hot in his last outing, when he gave up seven runs (five earned) against the Mets in 5 1/3 innings. But he has some past success against the Brewers on which to fall back as he goes into tonight's matchup. In nine career appearances (three...

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