Andrew Cashner SP SD 2 days ago

Cashner was a hard-luck loser Friday night against the Dodgers, giving up two runs over seven innings. He allowed six hits and a walk, striking out six.

One of the runs came on a Carl Crawford homer, which was the first homer he's allowed since his first start of the season. Cashner lowered his ERA to 2.63 with the outing, though it's worth noting that he has also allowed seven unearned runs in his four starts this season.

Andrew Cashner SP SD 2 weeks ago

Cashner picked up his second loss of the season Monday to the Diamondbacks, giving up four runs (none of them earned) on seven hits while striking out nine.

Cashner's performance was much better Monday than in his first start of the season. On April 8, he gave up three homers in his season debut. His next outing is Sunday afternoon against the Cubs.

Andrew Cashner SP SD 3 weeks ago

Cashner allowed six runs- five earned- on eight hits, while striking out six and walking three, in five innings in Wednesday's loss to the Dodgers.

Cashner gave up three home runs to Adrian Gonzalez, and the six runs are the most he's ever given up in his career. He'll look to bounce back on Monday when he faces off against Arizona.

Andrew Cashner SP SD 1 month ago

Cashner threw a simulated game Thursday against minor league competition, Jeff Sanders of the Union-Tribune reports. He threw 60 pitches over four innings.

The Padres had the day off Thursday, and seeing as Cashner hadn't pitched since Saturday, San Diego kept Cashner on schedule by having him throw a simulated game. He threw four scoreless frames against Texas in his last spring training outing.

Andrew Cashner SP SD 1 month ago

Cashner (personal) will return to camp Friday and make his scheduled start Saturday against the Rangers, Jeff Sanders of the Union-Tribune reports.

Cashner flew to Houston earlier in the week to visit his ailing mother, but will be back in camp Friday evening. In his last outing, Cashner threw three scoreless innings with no hits, one walk, and three K's.

Andrew Cashner SP SD 2 months ago

Cashner threw three scoreless innings Monday, surrendering no hits and one walk while striking out three. He did leave the field with manager Bud Black and a trainer, but it was later revealed to be a personal matter and not injury related, Dennis Lin of the Union-Tribune reports.

When it was reported that Cashner was leaving the field with a trainer, owners and Padres fans were worried given his injury history. Luckily, Cashner isn't hurt and looked very good in his outing. While it's unclear whether Cashner will have to leave camp temporarily to tend to a personal matter in Texas, owners can rest assured that Cashner is not injured.

Andrew Cashner SP SD 2 months ago

Cashner will pitch Thursday against Seattle, Dennis Lin of the Union-Tribune reports.

Both Cashner and Ian Kennedy are slated to pitch Thursday in the Padres' second spring training game.

Andrew Cashner SP SD 3 months ago

Cashner and the Padres avoided arbitration by agreeing to a one-year, $4.05 million contract Friday, CBS Sports' Jon Heyman reports.

Cashner was limited to just 19 starts last season, but he shined when he was on the mound, posting a 2.55 ERA. He doesn't put up the strikeout totals one would expect from a pitcher with his fastball, but he does not walk many batters either. He heads into the 2015 season as the Padres' ace.

Andrew Cashner SP SD 7 months ago

Cashner gave up two runs over four hits and a walk and struck out seven in eight innings Saturday to pick up the win against the Giants.

Cashner was brilliant heading into the ninth, having shut out the Giants over eight innings while allowing only two hits. He had also retired 15 straight batters. However, in the ninth, he gave up a solo homer to Hunter Pence then a single to Joe Panik before being pulled. The Padres managed to hold the lead and pull out the victory. In the month of September, Cashner (3-1) has a 1.74 ERA and a 21:4 K:BB ratio.

Andrew Cashner SP SD 7 months ago

Cashner was masterful, tossing a two-hit shutout Monday versus the Phillies while walking one and striking out seven.

Cashner needed only 92 pitches (68 strikes) to finish off the Phillies. In fact, after a five-pitch eighth inning, he'd thrown only 77 pitches. Cashner improves to 4-7, a hard-luck record for a guy who sports a 2.20 ERA, 1.13 WHIP and 82:27 K:BB ratio over 110.1 innings on the year. The right-hander faces the Giants at home Saturday.