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Apr 22, 2014
Rotoworld
Andrew Cashner gave up four runs in six innings Monday in a loss to the Brewers.
Rotoworld Apr 22, 2014

Andrew Cashner allows four runs in loss - Andrew Cashner (S) San Diego Padres

Andrew Cashner gave up four runs in six innings Monday in a loss to the Brewers.
Gaslamp Ball Apr 21, 2014
Padres lose to Brewers 4-3 to begin 10 game road trip

Padres lose to Brewers 4-3 to begin 10 game road trip

The Friars go down in defeat by the same score as the previous game. One down and nine to go. The Padres began their 10 game road trip with a loss versus the Milwaukee Brewers. Andrew Cashner came into the game on a hot streak. Four straight quality starts that included 2 wins and a one hitter. He had yet to allow more than two runs in a single outing. He had only allowed four runs all year. He had not allowed four in a single game since August 2013. That all changed today against the hot bats of the Brewers. Cashner worked in and out of trouble in both the first and second innings. A...

Cashner struggles, Padres offense fizzles

San Diego's ace gives up season-high four runs in loss to Brewers.
Gaslamp Ball Apr 18, 2014

Cashner on cardboard: The new stuff

I finally got around to getting some 2014 baseball cards yesterday, albeit due to no effort on my part. A few showed up in my mailbox yesterday thanks to my pal Marcus. Along with four Joey Cora cards, an assortment of older Padres, and a couple of guys with the same elbow tattoo as me, he included these two Andrew Cashner cards from this year. The first card is Cashner's card from Donruss's Breakout Pitchers insert set. Panini Brands revived the Donruss name this year after nearly a decade. The set has its limitations, most obviously the lack of logos and team names due to Topps' monopoly...
Gaslamp Ball Apr 17, 2014
Padres 4, Rockies 2: Cashner Does It Again

Padres 4, Rockies 2: Cashner Does It Again

While it's pretty difficult to follow up a one-hit, complete game shutout, Andrew Cashner still excelled on the mound tonight. The ace lowered his ERA to 1.27 for the young season, allowing just a single earned run over 7.1 innings. It wasn't his cleanest game, as he also allowed 9 hits, but he had backup from his offense. The Padres hit Rockies starter Jorge De La Rosa for 3 runs while picking up a fourth run off Tommy Kahnle just for good measure. Things didn't start as well as they finished, with Justin Morneau taking Cashner deep to right field in the top of the second. That was the...
Gaslamp Ball Apr 16, 2014
04/16 Padres Preview: Game 15 vs. Rockies

04/16 Padres Preview: Game 15 vs. Rockies

The Padres won't be getting their first sweep of the season against the Rockies this series. But a series win or tie are still in play, and tonight Andrew Cashner will try to build on an already fantastic start to his 2014 season. In watching Cashner pitch this season, it is clear why Bud Black chose him as our Opening Day starter. In three starts, he's gone 21 innings while keeping opponents to only three runs on 10 hits and seven walks. He has also collected 22 strikeouts, half of which came in his most recent start. Last Friday against Detroit, Cashner pitched the second one-hit shutout...
Padres Public Apr 15, 2014

The Brilliance of Andrew Cashner

On Friday night against the Detroit Tigers — one of the best offenses in the American League — Andrew Cashner delivered his second complete game one-hitter in five starts. After Cashner fittingly struck out Miguel Cabrera — the best hitter in all of baseball — to end things, just four Tigers had reached base all night. And, if you watched the game, you were probably left wondering … how in the world did four players actually reach base against Cashner? Cashner used a devastating combination of power and pinpoint control to completely shut down the Tigers. His two-seam fastball,...
Friars on Base Apr 12, 2014

Pitching and Hitting Finally Sync in Win

We have been saying it for a few days now: if the good pitching and good hitting that the Padres have had sporadically the past several games can sync together on the same day, it would be a sight to behold. Friday night was it. And against the formidable Tigers no less. Andrew Cashner pitched […]Pitching and Hitting Finally Sync in Win - Friars on Base - Friars on Base - A San Diego Padres Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Gaslamp Ball Apr 12, 2014
Quiz: Padres pitchers with a complete-game one-hit shutout

Quiz: Padres pitchers with a complete-game one-hit shutout

This is one of those quizzes where you get a free answer going into it, because you've already heard about the complete-game one-hit shutout gem Andrew Cashner pitched against the Tigers last night. In fact, you get two free answers since that wasn't Cashner's first rodeo. He's the only guy to have done the deed twice -- and both of those times were in his last five starts, at that. You have three minutes to recall or guess the other thirteen names. As a matter of fact, you only have to get a dozen names since two of the pitchers share a last name. Don't overthink it; it's one you'd likely...
NoNoHitters.com Apr 12, 2014

Cashner joins Jones, Hurst in two one-hitter club

Andrew Cashner on Friday night joined Randy Jones and Bruce Hurst as the only San Diego Padres pitchers to throw two complete-game one-hitters for the team. Both Mat Latos and Andy Benes had one complete-game one-hitter and one partial one-hitter …

Morning links: Cashner's yo-yo act

More on Andrew Cashner's yo-yo act in Friday's one-hitter.
Gaslamp Ball Apr 12, 2014
Padres 6, Tigers 0: What This Team Could Be

Padres 6, Tigers 0: What This Team Could Be

The Padres 3-6 start certainly seems rough, and there have been plenty of doubts expressed about this team's true potential. Tonight, we saw the upper limit of that potential, and it was glorious. Andrew Cashner threw the second complete game shutout of his career, and it was another one-hitter. The ace also picked up a career-high 11 strikeouts while only walking two Tigers. And it's not like this was a game against the Astros or the Cubs. Last season, Detroit led the AL in batting average and were second in the league in on base percentage and slugging. Cashner tossed the second best game...
Friars on Base Apr 12, 2014

Andrew Cashner shuts out Tigers, Padres win 6-0

Andrew Cashner pitched a complete game shutout against the Detroit Tigers as the Padres won the series opener 6-0.  Cashner provided a much needed jumpstart to Friars 10-game homestand, and helped the Pads secure their fourth win of the season. The Padres ace no hit the Tigers through five innings, but Rajai Davis broke up […]Andrew Cashner shuts out Tigers, Padres win 6-0 - Friars on Base - Friars on Base - A San Diego Padres Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Bless You Boys Apr 12, 2014
Padres 6, Tigers 0: Dominant Andrew Cashner strikes out 11 in one-hit shutout

Padres 6, Tigers 0: Dominant Andrew Cashner strikes out 11 in one-hit shutout

The Tigers never had a chance against a dominant Andrew Cahsner. The Padres' ace took a no-hitter into the sixth, settling for a career high 11 strikeouts and his second career one-hitter. Whwn most of your games are played while the eastern time zone sleeps, pitching for the San Diego Padres means you will slip under the radar of fans and media. Padres' starting pitcher Andrew Cashner is no longer under the radar in the eyes of Tigers fans after a dominant one-hit performance in a 6-0 victory over the Detroit Tigers. Tonight it was Andrew Cashner's world, the Tigers had the misfortune to...
NoNoHitters.com Apr 12, 2014

Cashner gets Padres 28th one-hitter, takes no-no into 6th

Andrew Cashner notched the Padres’ 28th one-hitter in franchise history Friday night, leading San Diego to a 6-0 win over the Detroit Tigers at Petco Park. The Tigers’ only hit against Cashner came in the sixth inning, when Rajai Davis …

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