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Washington Post May 16, 2015

Nats Journal: Nationals-Padres discussion thread: Game 38

The Nationals have the chance to take command of the series against the Padres and move into first place in the National League East. Max Scherzer (3-3, 1.99 ERA) has been, arguably, the best starter in the National League so far this season. His 1.99 ERA is fourth in the NL. His 1.9 WAR (FanGraphs.com’s formula) is the highest among NL starters, and better than everyone in baseball except for Yankees starter Michael Pineda. He will be opposed by Andrew Cashner (1-6, 3.07 ERA). The lineups are here. As always, talk about the game below.Read full article >>
Gaslamp Ball May 16, 2015

Game 38 Preview: 05/16 Padres vs. Nationals

The Padres will try to shake off last night's 10-0 loss and regain the advantage in the series tonight as they take on the Nationals in game 3 of the four-game set. It'll be Andrew Cashner on the mound against Washington's ace, Max Scherzer. Cashner will try to avoid a fifth straight loss while helping to keep San Diego above the .500 mark on the season. The right-hander will hope to build on an impressive (and MLB-leading) streak 21-game home streak in which he's allowed no more than two runs per game. This will be Cashner's 50th career outing at Petco Park. He has a 12-12 all-time record...
Gaslamp Ball May 10, 2015

SD 1, ARI 2: Cashner goes 7 innings strong, Bats stay hushed

A strong start from Andrew Cashner was backed up by a lonely, lonely run. Considering the start of this series, which involved a fuzzy-to-remember blowout loss, this series could have ended a lot worse. It also could have ended a lot better. After back-to-back wins against the Dbacks, one in extras, the Padres were looking to close out the 4-gamer on a high note. Instead, it was split and the Friars will get a day off to gear up for a tough homestand. Lots of scoreless innings ran the pace of the game today. Andrew Cashner, coming off a 4-run 6-inning appearance against the Giants, kept...
Gaslamp Ball May 10, 2015

Game 33 Preview: 05/10 Padres @ Diamondbacks

The Padres will wrap up their four-game set against the Diamondbacks this afternoon, and a series win would be just what they need before heading to Seattle for the remainder of the road trip. Andrew Cashner has lost three starts in a row, but tonight he'll try to put an end to that streak. Altogether this season, he's been solid, though not at the level we've seen him in the past, and he has run into some bad luck. His 3.16 ERA and general performance have been much better than his 1-5 record would suggest. One thing Cashner has had going for him is the strikeout. That's actually been a...
Gaslamp Ball Apr 29, 2015

Astros 7, Padres 2: Friars suffer first sweep in bullpen collapse

Ouch. There's not a whole lot more you can say about today's game. Andrew Cashner was dealing today, striking out six Astros in a row to start the game on his way to a 10-K, 7-inning performance where he allowed only two earned runs. Houston starter Dallas Keuchel was even better, though, holding the Padres to one run on 3 hits in 8 innings. But hey, Cash set a record that requires some weird cherry-picking, so that's something, right? Andrew Cashner (@a_cash34) has now gone 21 consecutive starts at home allowing 2 or fewer earned runs, a new #MLB record. #Padres — Friar Figures...
NoNoHitters.com Apr 29, 2015

Padres no no-hitter count up to 7,351

The San Diego Padres are wearing their Way-back Wednesday brown and oranges, so we thought we’d update the count in the same theme. Starter Andrew Cashner struck out the first six batters today before giving up a double in the third to the Houston Astros’ Jake Marisnick, bumping the count up to 7,351 games.
Gaslamp Ball Apr 29, 2015

Game 23 Preview: 04/29 Padres vs. Astros

The Padres were on the wrong end of the most lopsided game in Petco Park history last night. The 14-3 loss resulted in the home team dropping to 11-11 on the season and in third place in the NL West. This afternoon Andrew Cashner will try to get the team back in the win column as he goes up against Houston's ace, Dallas Keuchel. Cashner has been particularly stingy at home, keeping opponents to two runs or fewer in 20 straight starts at Petco Park. He'll try to extend that streak, a franchise record that dates back to June of 2013, against one of the hottest teams in baseball. The Astros,...

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