Andrew Cashner
SP MIA
4 days ago

Cashner didn't factor into the decision Friday versus the Braves, giving up an earned run on three hits and three walks over five innings. He struck out six.

EDGE Analysis

Cashner put a stop to his recent struggles Friday, after having given up 16 earned runs in three of his previous four starts. That stretch included outings where he yielded up six and seven earned runs, respectively, which had ballooned his ERA to 8.82 overall in September. The 30-year-old try to close out the season with a win when he takes on the Mets next Wednesday.

Andrew Cashner
SP MIA
1 week ago

Cashner lasted just four innings, allowing three runs on five hits and three walks, in Sunday's comeback win over the Phillies.

EDGE Analysis

The Marlins were looking for Cashner to provide some relief to a worn out bullpen that has been heavily taxed during the weekend series but got no such help. The hard-throwing right-hander needed 90 pitches (53 strikes) to get through four frames and has managed to pitch six innings or more in only one his last seven starts. Cashner has posted just one decent start over four September starts and holds a brutal 8.82 ERA and 2.08 WHIP over his past 16.1 innings pitched. The Marlins continue to hang in the playoff race, but they'll need to see some improvement Cashner during his next start, Friday against the Braves.

Andrew Cashner
SP MIA
2 weeks ago

Cashner was a mess on Monday, allowing seven runs in two innings against the Braves. He gave up six hits and walked two without striking out a batter.

EDGE Analysis

Cashner has not delivered since being traded to the Marlins, allowing 27 earned runs in 39.1 innings since the deal. The hard-throwing righty has now allowed 13 runs in 12.1 September innings. He'll try to get on track against the Phillies on Sunday.

Andrew Cashner
SP MIA
3 weeks ago

Cashner (5-11) tossed 5.1 shutout innings in Wednesday's 6-0 win over the Phillies, allowing four hits and two walks while striking out nine.

EDGE Analysis

With an 0-4 and 5.57 ERA since being acquired by Miami on July 28, Wednesday's outing would've not only been Cashner's strongest with his current club, it would've been his best of the season if he'd made it through the sixth frame (102 pitches). Yet even without the quality start, the 29-year-old reached his season high for punch outs in his first win with the Marlins while helping his club reach their second win in their past 12 games.

Andrew Cashner
SP MIA
4 weeks ago

Cashner (4-11) picked up the loss and allowed six earned runs on six hits and six walks in a five-inning outing Friday.

EDGE Analysis

Cashner has yet to win a game for the Marlins, who acquired him before the trade deadline, and his control has spiraled out of control at a fairly alarming rate since his acquisition. After issuing walks just 6.0 percent of batters faced July, that figure more than doubled to 12.5 for August. The six more walks issued Friday won't help to pad those figures.

Andrew Cashner
SP MIA
4 weeks ago

Cashner (blister) has been confirmed as Friday's starter against the Indians.

EDGE Analysis

The right-hander was forced to skip a turn in the rotation after developing a blister on his pitching hand, but he has gained clearance to oppose Carlos Carrasco on Friday. Aside from one seven-run blowup at Coors Field back on Aug. 6, Cashner has pitched well since coming over from San Diego, allowing a total of seven earned runs in his other four starts.

Andrew Cashner
SP MIA
1 month ago

Cashner (blister) is expected to make his next scheduled start Friday, and could even be moved up in the rotation, MLB.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

The hard-throwing right-hander was held out of of start on Sunday due to a blister issue but apparently he's making solid progress. He's allowed just one earned run in each of his past two starts after a couple of rocky outings and will look to keep that momentum going, likely Friday against the Indians.

Andrew Cashner
SP MIA
1 month ago

Cashner will not make his scheduled start Sunday due to a blister on his finger, Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

The Marlins will call up left-hander Justin Nicolino from Triple-A New Orleans to start Sunday.

Andrew Cashner
SP MIA
1 month ago

Cashner (4-10) pitched six innings, allowing one run on four hits and two walks while striking out four Royals in Tuesday's loss.

EDGE Analysis

Despite notching his first quality start since debuting with the Marlins back on July 31, the effort still wasn't enough to earn Cashner his first win since joining the team. The good news is that the 29-year-old righty seems to be settling into his new digs over his last couple outings. Cashner's given up just two runs on nine hits while notching five K's in his last 11 innings. In addition, Tuesday's marked his season-best fourth straight game without allowing a home run. Cashner will look to get his first win as a member of the Fish when he takes on his old club, San Diego, in his next start Sunday.

Andrew Cashner
SP MIA
1 month 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.