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34 Andrew Cashner SP
Height/Weight: 6-6/219 | Birthdate: 9/11/1986 | Birthplace: Conroe, TX | Bats/Throws: R/R | Team: San Diego | College: Texas Christian | MLB Experience: 6 | Salary: $500,800 | Owned/Started%: 75/33 | Average Draft Position: 123.56
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Padres SP Andrew Cashner earns third win on Saturday


by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer
(6/28/2015) Padres starter Andrew Cashner was strong in his outing on Saturday against the Diamondbacks. Cashner limited Arizona to two runs on eight hits over seven innings. He struck out six and did not walk a batter, lowering his ERA to 4.22 in the 7-2 victory.

Cashner gave up a pair of runs in the third inning for the only damage done against him. The right-hander was able to limit the damage against him, depsite scattering the eight hits.

Cashner (3-9) picked up his first win since May 27 on Saturday.


Padres SP Andrew Cashner lasts just four innings in loss


by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer
(6/21/2015) Padres starting pitcher Andrew Cashner got rocked during Sunday's outing against the Diamondbacks.

Cashner lasted just four innings and allowed seven runs, three of them earned. He struck out five batters and walked two as his command was very spotty at times while picking up his ninth loss of the year.

"You make your own breaks," Cashner said. "I have to stop the bleeding at some point. It's one of the toughest stretches I've been through for sure. ... You just have to show up, put it behind you and keep going forward."

Cashner (2-9) has a 4.55 ERA with 83 strikeouts and 29 walks in 89 innings this season.


Padres P Andrew Cashner gives up 5 runs in no-decision


by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com
(6/16/2015) Padres pitcher Andrew Cashner allowed five earned runs in a no-decision during Tuesday afternoon's 6-5 loss to the Athletics. 

Cashner went five innings, gave up five hits, walked three batters and struck out three. After four scoreless innings, Cashner gave up three runs in the fifth and then was responsible for two in the sixth before being pulled. 

Cashner now has a 4.45 ERA this season. 

His next start is projected for Sunday against the Diamondbacks. 


Padres SP Andrew Cashner struggles in no-decision on Thursday


by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer
(6/11/2015) Padres starter Andrew Cashner had mixed results in his start on Thursday against the Braves. Cashner pitched into the seventh inning, but he gave up four runs on seven hits. He also walked four batters, while recording one strikeout. He took the no-decision after the Padres were victors in extra innings.

Cashner, who increased his ERA a tick to 4.16, got beat up a bit by Freddie Freeman. Freeman knocked an RBI double in the first inning to tie the game at one. Then the Braves' first baseman belted a solo home run in the sixth to give the Braves a 2-1 lead. 

Cashner gave up two more runs in the seventh, before being lifted with two outs in the inning. The right-hander has now given up 16 earnes runs over his last three starts. He'll look to get back on the right track in his next start, scheduled for Tuesday at home against the A's. 


Padres SP Andrew Cashner gets roughed up in no-decesion


by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer
(6/6/2015) Padres right-handed pitcher Andrew Cashner didn't have his best stuff against the Reds on Saturday.

Cashner (2-8) allowed seven earned runs in 5 2/3 innings before being pulled from the game. He walked five batters and gave up a home run to Reds shortstop Zack Cozart.

"I didn't think I did a very good job today," said Cashner, per The San Diego Union-Tribune. "I didn't do much of anything at all. I didn't execute with my fastball, didn't locate oni either side of the plate."

Cashner's ERA ballooned to 4.05 after the outing.


Padres swap Andrew Cashner, Odrisamer Despaigne in rotation


by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer
(6/5/2015) Padres manager Bud Black has altered his rotation slightly heading into the weekend series against the Reds. Black has opted to swap right-handers Andrew Cashner and Odrisamer Despaigne. Cashner will stay on regular rest and pitch on Saturday, while Despaigne goes on Sunday.

"We want to get Cash back on the mound,” said Black, per The San Diego Union-Tribune. "Cash pitched four (and 2/3) innings (against the Mets) and I wanted him back on the mound as soon as possible. Despy gets two extra days of rest."


Padres P Andrew Cashner strikes out 12 in loss


by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com
(6/2/2015) When Padres pitcher Andrew Cashner wasn't giving up runs, he was striking out batters. 

In a performance that featured plenty of contrast, Cashner allowed six runs — five earned — in Monday night's 7-0 loss to the Mets. However, Cashner impressed at times with 12 strikeouts in 4 2/3 innings of work.

Cashner struck out the side twice but accounted for four runs in the fifth inning. It's also the first time this season Cashner didn't get through the fifth inning in a game.

"I thought I had some of the best stuff I've had this season. Some balls just fell in. I think the main mistake was the home run on a hanging slider," Cashner said after the game, per MLB.com.

Cashner is now a paltry 2-8 with a 3.46 ERA. 

His next start is scheduled for Sunday against the Reds. 


Padres' Andrew Cashner strikes out six in win vs. Angels


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(5/28/2015) Padres pitcher Andrew Cashner earned a win on Wednesday, giving up three earned runs on eight hits and one walk in seven innings while striking out six in his team's 5-4 victory over the Angels.

Cashner (2-7) had recorded five quality starts in six games since his first win of the season but was 0-5 during that stretch before breaking the skid with a win on Wednesday. He gave up a run in the second inning and another in the fourth before surrendering a solo homer in the sixth to tie the game. The Padres were able to retake the lead in the top of the seventh, putting the starter in line for the win.

Cashner owns a 3.00 ERA and 60:15 K:BB ratio in 63 innings. His next start should come Monday against the Mets at home.


Padres SP Andrew Cashner does not allow an earned run Friday


by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(5/23/2015) Padres pitcher Andrew Cashner surrendered one unearned run over six innings, but the run haunted the Padres as they fell 2-1 to the Dodgers on Friday.

Cashner (1-7) struck out three batters and walked one, but he received a no-decision for his effort. He lowered his ERA to 2.89.

Cashner has not given up more than four earned runs in six-consecutive starts. His next expected start is scheduled for Wednesday at the Los Angeles Angels.


Padres pitcher Andrew Cashner allows four runs in losing effort


by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(5/16/2015) Padres pitcher Andrew Cashner allowed four runs, three earned, on nine hits in six innings of work in San Diego's 4-1 loss to the Nationals on Saturday.

Cashner had issues in the first inning when he allowed a double to Yunel Escobar, who was driven in by Yunel Escobar. After a Bryce Harper single, Ryan Zimmerman grounded out to second to bring home another run. Wilson Ramos added an RBI single before the end of the inning.

"I think I maybe am trying to do a little too much out there," Cashner said to MLB.com. "I'm just not making pitches. I think that's what it comes down to. But, yeah, it's tough. You want to be the guy to pick guys up in here when things aren't going well."

Cashner, now 1-7, moved his ERA to 3.24 in 50 innings of work. He will look to get back on track Friday against the Dodgers.

"I don't think he was quite throwing his slider with conviction. I don't think he had as good of a feel for it in that inning. But the adjustments he made throughout the game were outstanding," catcher Austin Hedges said. "They weren't touching his fastball."


Padres starter Andrew Cashner drops fourth straight decision Sunday


by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer
(5/10/2015) Padres starter Andrew Cashner (1-6) yielded two runs, both via solo homers, on four hits in seven innings to drop his fourth straight decision on Sunday. 

Aaron Hill connected for a homer in the second inning and A.J. Pollock hit one in the third off Cashner. 

"He has been the victim of poor run support overall," Padres manager Bud Black said.

Cashner struck out six and did not walk a batter and sharnk his ERA to 3.07 in the loss.

Cashner returns to the mound for his next scheduled start Friday in Washington, D.C.


Padres starter Andrew Cashner knocked around Tuesday for loss


by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer
(5/6/2015) Padres starting pitcher Andrew Cashner (1-5) gave up six runs (four earned) on seven hits in six innings Tuesday to take the loss against the Giants.

The Giants scored two runs in the second inning and three more in the third before Cashner surrendered a solo homer to Joe Panik.

The loss is Cashner's third in as many starts.

Cashner gets back at it for his next start Sunday in Arizona.

Padres pitcher Andrew Cashner strikes out 10 in losing effort


by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(4/29/2015) Padres pitcher Andrew Cashner allowed three runs, two earned, on six hits in seven innings of work in San Diego's 7-2 loss to the Astros Wednesday.

Cashner, who struck out a season-high 10, didn't run into problems until the third inning when he allowed the first two runners to reach base safely. With runners on second and third Jose Altuve put a sacrifice fly into left field to bring home a run.

Then in the fourth, Cashner surrendered a two-run shot to Colby Rasmus over the right field wall.

"Good slider today ... he got a lot of punchouts on the slider. One walk, 10 strikeouts is pretty good for a starting pitcher," manager Bud Black said to MLB.com. "Cash was mixing pitches today; fastball, slider, change. Got a number of strikeouts with the change today."

Cashner, now 1-4, boasts a 2.61 ERA on the season. He will look to get back on track Tuesday against the Giants.


Padres' Andrew Cashner tosses seven strong innings but takes loss


by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer
(4/25/2015) Padres starter Andrew Cashner (1-3) gave up two runs on six hits in seven innings on Friday but suffered the loss against the Dodgers.

Cashner gave up a home run to Carl Crawford, the left fielder's first of the season.

Cashner struck out six and walked one in the defeat.

Cashner's next start is scheduled for Wednesday against the Astros.

Padres' Andrew Cashner goes five-strong innings for first victory


by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer
(4/19/2015) Padres starter Andrew Cashner (1-2) allowed two runs, non earned, on five hits in five innings on Sunday to defeat the Cubs for his first win of the season.

Cashner struck out five in the win.

"When they stress our starter early, his pitch count was up, really proud of Cash the way he hung in there and gave us six innings when we needed length from the starter," said Padres manager Bud Black to MLB.com

The Cubs scored both of their unearned runs off Cashner in the first inning.

Cashner will try to even up his record Friday against the Dodgers.


Padres' Cashner happy with progress despite second straight loss


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(4/14/2015) Although Padres starting pitcher Andrew Cashner lost for the second time in as many starts Monday against the Dodgers, he felt he made progress from his first start, when he allowed three home runs to Adrian Gonzalez.

"I was happy I was able to keep my fastball back down in the zone," Cashner said after allowing four unearned runs in a 8-4 loss Monday, per MLB.com. "I felt that I had some of the best stuff I've had in a long time [on Monday]. I felt I had a good slider, changeup, good fastball command. In the second, I kind of lost my command a little bit.

"Tonight, overall, was better. I was staying tall in my delivery, a lot better getting the ball down. I made a couple mistakes, but overall I thought it was a positive outing."

Cashner had nine strikeouts to one walk Monday after having six strikeouts to three walks in his season debut.

"I thought he mixed pitches better," Padres manager Bud Black said. "I thought that was the plan. He executed that, the number of changeups he threw, much more than he threw last week. The number of sliders he threw, much more than last week."


Padres pitcher Andrew Cashner strikes out nine Monday


by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(4/14/2015) Padres pitcher Andrew Cashner fanned nine batters over six innings of work, but it was not enough as the Padres fell 8-4 to the Diamondbacks.

Cashner allowed seven hits and four unearned runs while only walking one batter. Cashner received the loss for his effort and is now 0-2 with a 4.09 ERA on the season.

His next start will likely be Sunday at the Chicago Cubs.


Padres' Andrew Cashner serves up three HRs, takes loss in debut


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(4/9/2015) Padres pticher Andrew Cashner surrendered six runs (five earned) on eight hits and three walks in five innings while striking out six in his team's 7-4 loss to the Dodgers Wednesday.

The story of Cashner's debut was Adrian Gonzalez, who tagged the San Diego pitcher for three home runs to become the first major-league player to collect five home runs in his team's first three games. Cashner surrendered just seven home runs in 123 1/3 innings last season. He'll look to bounce back Monday against the Diamondbacks.


Padres pitcher Andrew Cashner goes four innings Tuesday


by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(3/24/2015) Padres pitcher Andrew Cashner went four innings in his first appearance since taking a leave of absence from the team a week ago. Cashner gave up three runs on six hits, including one home run.

Cashner, who threw 82 pitches in just four innings, also had four strikeouts and two walks in the outing.

"He threw with good velocity, and we saw some good pitches just off the corners," manager Bud Black said to MLB.com. "Overall, I thought his stuff was good."


Padres SP Andrew Cashner throws simulated game


by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer
(3/19/2015) Andrew Cashner, who has been dealing with personal matters this spring, pitched in a simulated game Thursday for the Padres against minor leaguers, per the San Diego Union-Tribune

Cashner has been visiting his ailing mother in Houston throughout the spring. He returned to camp and threw 60 pitches over four innings. Over three spring training starts with the Padres, the right-hander is 1-0 with a 1.13 ERA.


Padres' Cashner to make next spring start in minor-league game


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(3/17/2015) Padres starting pitcher Andrew Cashner will make his next spring start Thursday in a minor-league game, per U-T San Diego. The right-hander is 1-0 with a 1.13 ERA in three spring starts. He has allowed one run on five hits and one walk, while striking out four in eight innings.

Cashner has traveled to Houston throughout camp to be near his ailing mother.

“This is a fluid situation with Cash, as you all know,” Padres manager Bud Black said. “Just checking with him, things are presently better with his mom and he feels good about staying.”

If Cashner continues to pitch on regular rest, he could make two more starts in major-league spring games March 24 and March 29 against the Mariners.


Padres' Andrew Cashner to visit ailing mother Wednesday


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(3/10/2015) Padres pitcher Andrew Cashner will fly to Houston Wednesday to visit his ailing mother, who was diagnosed with leukemia in September and recently had her right leg amputated below the knee, MLB.com reports.

"She's on a breathing machine, on a dialysis machine and on a feeding tube. Things aren't very good, but there's a chance that she can fight through all of this," Cashner said Tuesday. "... It's just yesterday wasn't a good day."

Cashner pitched three innings Monday but came out of his start earlier than scheduled. He averaged just 11 pitches per inning in the start. The pitcher has been getting himself ready for the 2015 season while his mind has been elsewhere.

"It's one of the toughest things I've been through mentally and just physically going back and forth," Cashner said. "But I think it's one of those things that will just make me stronger in the game."


Padres P Andrew Cashner left Cubs game due to personal matter


by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com
(3/9/2015) Padres pitcher Andrew Cashner's outing against the Cubs ended early after he was informed of a personal matter during the game, according to the San Diego Union Tribune

Cashner pitched three innings, struck out three and walked one before leaving. Manager Bud Black told reporters that Cashner had no health issues whatsoever. 

"He's doing fine baseball-wise. Threw the ball well health-wise," Black said. "There's a personal matter back in Texas that I had to inform him of, so that's why I went in with Cash."

Black liked what he saw of Cashner while he was in the game, especially since he only averaged 11 pitches per inning. 

"You saw the velocity," Black said. "Good movement, couple good change-ups, threw the slider a few times. Overall, I thought he kept the ball down."


Padres pitcher Andrew Cashner open to extension in San Diego


by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(2/7/2015) Padres pitcher Andrew Cashner is welcoming to the idea of a contract extension with the club, reports U-T San Diego.

"I'd love to stay in San Diego and I've let the front office know that. But I think that's something that's up to them," Cashner said.

Cashner is set to become a free agent at the end of the 2015 season, after making a base salary of $4.05 million. He posted a 5-7 record with a 2.55 ERA in 2014 with 93 strikeouts in 123 1/3 innings pitched.


Report: Phillies GM covets Padres' Andrew Cashner


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(2/3/2015) Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. covets Padres pitcher Andrew Cashner, Yahoo! Sports reports.

The report indicates the Padres are still working hard to add a frontline starting pitcher and that the Padres do not appear on the no-trade list of Phillies pitcher Cole Hamels. Cashner is in his second year of arbitration eligibility and settled on a one-year, $4.05-million deal with the Padres in January to avoid arbitration.

The Padres have also been mentioned as a possible option for free-agent pitcher James Shields.