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Gaslamp Ball Jun 15, 2016

Padres Preview: 06/15 Luis Perdomo makes the spot start in place of injured Andrew Cashner

The Padres dropped the first two games of this home series against the Marlins, so today's series finale will be about trying to avoid a sweep and salvage a win in the three-game set. Making the start for San Diego will be Luis Perdomo, making a spot start for the recently re-injured Andrew Cashner. The Rule 5 Draft pick, in his first year as a Major Leaguer, has posted a 9.50 ERA while going 1-2 through his first 17 outings (mostly relief appearances) of the season. His only other Major He gave up four runs (three earned) in his most recent appearance, when he threw 5 2/3 innings last...
Gaslamp Ball Jun 11, 2016

Padres place Andrew Cashner on 15-day disabled list with strained neck

If you missed yesterday's game against the Rockies, you might not have heard that Padres starting pitcher Andrew Cashner had to leave the game early. Only six pitches into his start, Cashner was taken out with an injury that we later found out to be upper back and neck tightness. Cashner began his night with a five-pitch strikeout to Charlie Blacknmon. After throwing one more pitch to the next batter, Cashner stepped off the mound and his battery-mate Derek Norris along with manager Andy Green came out to check on him. It wasn't long before Cashner was walking off the field and into the...
Gaslamp Ball Jun 11, 2016

Cash blows out back, Friars put game on theirs

Despite the rocky start, the Padres pull off a 7-5 comeback win. Andrew Cashner's pitch count to strikeout ratio was phenomenal tonight. In just six pitches, he struck out one batter. Then, he got stressed out, particularly in his upper back/neck area, and promptly left the game. Now that's what I call situational pitching. Update from the clubhouse: Cashner left tonight's game with upper back/neck tightness. — San Diego Padres (@Padres) June 11, 2016 So Luis Perdomo took over as the "starter", and put in 5-and-some innings. He kept things within clawing distance, at least in Coors...
Denver Post Jun 9, 2016
Looking ahead: Jon Gray looks to make it four wins in a row against the Padres

Looking ahead: Jon Gray looks to make it four wins in a row against the Padres

Padres RHP Andrew Cashner (3-5, 4.78 ERA) at Rockies RHP Jon Gray (4-2, 5.33), 6:40 p.m., ROOT, 850 AM
Gaslamp Ball Jun 4, 2016

Padres Preview: 06/04 Friars turn to Andrew Cashner in game 2 against Rockies

The Padres will try to lock up a series win against the Rockies tonight with Andrew Cashner on the mound for the start, looking for his first win since returning from the disabled list. Cashner was rolling right along in his most recent start, but after throwing five scoreless frames he ran into trouble and gave up four runs (three earned) in the sixth inning. Cashner has given up three earned runs in each of his last five starts, going 1-4 with a 5.19 ERA in that span. His sole win during that stretch came against these Rockies on May 3rd, when he lasted six innings and collected a...
Gaslamp Ball Jun 4, 2016

James Shields traded to the White Sox

Okay, now it's official. Padres starter James Shields is sent to the White Sox for right hander Eric Johnson and shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. The Padres are expected to eat about half of Shields' remaining contract in the swap. James Shields traded to Chicago White Sox by San Diego Padres for Erik Johnson, Fernando Tatis Jr. According to multiple reports, the Padres will eat a significant portion of the remaining $58 million owed on Shields' four-year, $75 million deal signed in February 2015. The White Sox are expected to pay $27 million of Shields' remaining salary if he doesn't opt...
Denver Post Jun 3, 2016
Looking Ahead: Rockies pitching matchups, how to watch on TV, preview and more

Looking Ahead: Rockies pitching matchups, how to watch on TV, preview and more

Rockies RHP Chad Bettis (4-4, 5.46 ERA) at Padres RHP Andrew Cashner (2-5, 4.79), 8:10 p.m. Saturday, ROOT; 850 AM
Gaslamp Ball May 30, 2016

Slump follows Padres up to Seattle

A 9-3 loss keeps the status of the Pads in a poor state. Today's loss came in a bit different shape. In place of an early meltdown was a bit of a late poor performance from one cog of the bullpen. San Diego earns another loss, and continues to try to stop their sliding deeper into last place. Andrew Cashner threw just about as good as you'd expect. This was his sixth game giving up 3 earned runs. Six innings, 4 runs (one of them a HR), and 3 strikeouts is about as average as one can anticipate from Cash this season. At the very least, he kept the game within reach, as he was pitching...
Gaslamp Ball May 30, 2016

Padres Preview: 05/30 Andrew Cashner seeks first career win against Mariners

The Padres head up to Seattle for two games. Following their series loss in Arizona against the Diamondbacks, the Padres continue their road trip with a quick two-game swing through Mariners land before coming back home to San Diego. The opener of this four-game series against Seattle (with two games at Safeco and two games at Petco) will see righties Andrew Cashner and Nathan Karns square off on the mound. Five days ago Cashner made his return from the disabled list with a strained right hamstring, and he picked up about right where he left off. The 29-year-old made was strolling right...
Friars on Base May 25, 2016

Padres Swept Again by Giants; Lose on Walk Off

The Padres have still been unable to defeat the San Francisco Giants this season, losing for the 9th straight time. This time they lost 4-3 in 10 innings on Wednesday. The Padres did see some positive signs, with Andrew Cashner pitching well coming off of the disabled list and Yangervis Solarte providing some late power […] Padres Swept Again by Giants; Lose on Walk Off - Friars on Base - Friars on Base - A San Diego Padres Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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