Andrew Cashner
SP MIA
6 days ago

Cashner (4-9) pitched five innings, allowing one run, five hits and four walks while striking out one in Wednesday's no-decision against the Reds.

EDGE Analysis

Cashner turned a one-run lead over to the bullpen that was squandered in the bottom of the seventh, leaving the right-hander winless since July 15 when he was with the Padres. Since being acquired by the Marlins in late July, Cashner is 0-2 with a 5.57 ERA and one quality outing in four starts. The 29-year-old has somewhat surprisingly taken a step back with his new team, one that is much better than the Padres. Cashner will look for that elusive first win as a Marlin when he toes the rubber Tuesday at home against the Royals.

Andrew Cashner
SP MIA
2 weeks ago

Cashner was dealt his eighth loss of the season Saturday against the rockies, allowing seven earned runs on eight hits over five innings.

EDGE Analysis

He struck out five and walked just one batter, but Coors Field got the best of the hard-throwing right-hander in his second start for the Marlins. He allowed single runs in the first and second innings before settling down with three straight scoreless frames. Things unraveled in the sixth, however, as Cashner allowed two singles, a double, a triple and a walk before being lifted without recording an out. Cashner will look to right the ship Friday at home against the White Sox.

Andrew Cashner
SP MIA
3 weeks ago

Cashner (4-7) allowed two runs (one earned) on four hits over six innings in his Marlins debut Sunday, striking out two without walking a batter, but came away with a no-decision in a 5-4 win over the Cardinals.

EDGE Analysis

His strong run continued Sunday despite his change in uniform and Cashner now holds a 2.28 ERA, 0.76 WHIP and 25:3 K:BB over his last four starts and 23.2 innings. That run could soon come to a screeching halt however, as he's next set to take the mound Friday in Colorado.

Andrew Cashner
SP MIA
4 weeks ago

Cashner will start Sunday against the Cardinals, Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

After much speculation, Cashner was finally traded Friday along with Colin Rea and Tayron Guerrero, and Cashner will make his Marlins debut opposite Carlos Martinez in the series finale against St. Louis. While Cashner's overall numbers don't look good, he's posted a 31:8 K:BB in 26.1 July innings, and the Marlins needed some insurance in the rotation with Wei-Yin Chen (elbow) landing on the DL.

Andrew Cashner
SP MIA
4 weeks ago

The trade that sends Cashner, Colin Rea, and Tayron Guerrero to the Marlins in exchange for Jarred Cosart, Josh Naylor, Carter Capps, and Luis Castillo is now official, MLB Network Insider Jon Heyman reports.

EDGE Analysis

The Padres and Marlins spent Friday morning hammering out final details of the trade, but it has now been confirmed that Cashner is on the move to Miami. Cashner has been average at best this season and last, and has particularly struggled outside of San Diego, but the Marlins are hoping a fresh start helps him get back on track. It's not yet clear when he will make his first start with his new squad, but he will be in the Marlins' rotation the rest of the way barring any injuries.

Andrew Cashner
SP MIA
4 weeks ago

The full deal sending Cashner to the Marlins will also send Collin Rea and Tyron Guerrero to Miami, Ken Rosenthal reports. The deal is pending medicals.

EDGE Analysis

Meanwhile, Jarred Cosart, Carter Capps, Josh Naylor and Luis Castillo are going to San Diego once this deal is official.

Andrew Cashner
SP MIA
4 weeks ago

The Marlins and Padres have agreed to a trade that will send Cashner to the Marlins, ESPN's Buster Olney reports.

EDGE Analysis

The particulars of the trade are still being worked out, but it appears Cashner is headed for a new squad. The full details of the trade should be available shortly, but it also appears the Marlins will send 2015 first-rounder Josh Naylor to the Padres, according to Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports.

Andrew Cashner
SP MIA
4 weeks ago

Cashner threw six innings of three-run ball on Tuesday, allowing four hits and three walks while striking out six and earning a no-decision.

EDGE Analysis

After reports early Tuesday that Cashner could have potentially been traded prior to Tuesday's start, the right-hander was not in fact traded and pitched well for the Padres at home against Toronto. Although he allowed a pair of homers, Cashner allowed just four hits against a powerful Blue Jays offense. After Cashner left the game with a 4-3 lead entering the seventh, the Padres bullpen promptly blew the lead and eventually lost the game 7-6 in extra innings on a walk-off wild pitch. Cashner now has a 4.76 ERA over 16 starts in 2016, although it's quite possible his next start will come in a different uniform.

Andrew Cashner
SP MIA
1 month ago

Padres are making progress on an Andrew Cashner trade and could be dealt before his start on Tuesday in Toronto, Jon Morosi of MLB Network reports.

EDGE Analysis

It's unclear who the team on the other side of the deal might be, but it might be best to steer clear of Cashner on Tuesday as he may not make his scheduled start. Cashner is coming off two consecutive starts of one-run ball, collecting nine and eight strikeouts respectively.

Andrew Cashner
SP MIA
1 month ago

Cashner held the Cardinals to one run on three hits while striking out eight without a walk over 5.2 innings Thursday, but didn't receive a decision.

EDGE Analysis

He left leading 2-1, but the Cards rallied late. Still, Cashner's turned in two consecutive one-run outings with a composite 17:0 K:BB following the All-Star break. That has to feel good for his fantasy owners, as he was bashed for eight runs in his final start before the break. It's hard to know what to expect from him moving forward, as Cashner's enticed us before, only to disappoint again, but it's still worth stashing the veteran righty in case he changes venues to a more competitive team.