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2015 Season (
Key Stats
Games Played By Position
Injury Report
No Injury Reported
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Situational Stats
vs Washington 4.000 9.00023
vs LHB 65.100 5.3703558
vs RHB 66.200 5.1302554
Recent Trades
DateTradedTraded For
02/21/2017Wilson Ramos, C TB
Jorge Soler, RF KC
Matt Holliday, LF NYY
Andrew Cashner, SP TEX
Rickie Weeks, 2B TB
Desmond Jennings, CF CIN
Wade Davis, RP CHC
Taijuan Walker, SP ARI
Ketel Marte, SS ARI
Jacob Nottingham, C MIL
Kurt Suzuki, C ATL
02/21/2017Rick Porcello, SP BOS
Mike Moustakas, 3B KC
Todd Frazier, 3B CHW
Andrew Cashner, SP TEX
Brandon Finnegan, SP CIN
02/20/2017Freddy Galvis, SS PHI
Andrew Cashner, SP TEX
Chris Davis, 1B BAL
Nick Markakis, RF ATL
Last 10 Games
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Latest News

Rangers' Andrew Cashner: Tweaking delivery, approach

by RotoWire Staff | Special to
(2/23/17) Cashner is focusing on extending his delivery and using his sinker and off-speed pitches more frequently, Jeff Sanders of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.

The Rangers are trying to salvage the once promising right-hander. The 6-foot-6 hurler failed to follow through much on his delivery last season because he was suffering from neck issues. Also, he threw his changeup only 6.3 percent of the time, per, a career low. He'll need to diversify his offerings to survive in the friendliest hitter's park that he's called home in his career. Despite his 5.25 ERA last year, Cashner, 30, still has a makeup that could succeed with some tinkering -- maybe not at the levels of his 2.55 ERA in 2014, but something resembling a useful pitcher in deep mixed fantasy leagues.

Rangers' Andrew Cashner: Signs one-year contract with Rangers

by RotoWire Staff | Special to
(11/18/16) Cashner signed a one-year, $10 million contract with the Rangers on Friday,'s TR Sullivan reports.

The 30-year-old righty will look to build back up his value on a one-year deal with Texas. He notched a 5.25 ERA, 1.53 WHIP and 112:60 K:BB in 132 innings with the Padres and Marlins in 2016, and was essentially unusable in fantasy. The 10.2 percent walk rate he posted was his worst mark since 2011 and his 1.30 HR/9 was well above his 0.88 career rate. His impressive raw stuff and guaranteed rotation spot with the Rangers makes him worthy of a flyer in deep leagues, but the shine has fully worn off the former top prospect.

Marlins' Andrew Cashner: Hit hard in Friday no-decision

by RotoWire Staff | Special to
(10/1/16) Cashner didn't factor into the decision Friday versus the Nationals, giving up four earned runs on seven hits and two walks over four innings. He struck out three.

The veteran righty saw Anthony Rendon and Stephen Drew take him deep for back-to-back solo homers in the fourth and saw Jose Lobaton and Trea Turner follow later in the inning with an RBI double and run-scoring single, respectively. Cashner wraps up the season with a rough September, with a 7.46 ERA and .402 wOBA surrendered in 25.1 innings cover his six starts.

Marlins' Andrew Cashner: Solid over five innings in Friday no-decision

by RotoWire Staff | Special to
(9/23/16) 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.

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.

Marlins' Andrew Cashner: September struggles continue

by RotoWire Staff | Special to
(9/19/16) Cashner lasted just four innings, allowing three runs on five hits and three walks, in Sunday's comeback win over the Phillies.

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.


Upcoming 7 Games
DateOppTimeScheduled Starter
2/25/17KC3:05 pm
2/26/17@ KC3:05 pm
2/27/17@ CLE3:05 pm
2/27/17MIL3:05 pm
2/28/17ARI3:05 pm
3/1/17@ LAA3:10 pm
3/2/17@ OAK3:05 pm
= probable start
Pitching Stats
2010CHC26 4.805300001 54.1553129843050
2011CHC00 1.69710000 10.23221048
2012SD34 4.273350004 46.1422322511952
2013SD109 3.0931261100 175.0151686012447128
2014SD57 2.5519192200 123.11104235712993
2015SD616 4.3431310000 184.22001118919666165
2016SD-MIA511 5.2528270000 132.0142837719760112
Total 3153 3.892021093305 726.17033603147123255608
Batting Stats
2010CHC53200000200 .000 .000 .000
2011CHC7100000100 .000 .000 .000
2012SD33701001200 .250 .143 .143
2013SD34537131312520 .259 .321 .245
2014SD2335360211400 .194 .257 .171
2015SD3860250112400 .098 .083 .083
2016SD-MIA2834360131300 .243 .176 .176
Total 21619215311778120 .191 .198 .161
Fielding Stats
2013SDP312648103714 .979
2014SDOF1000000 ---
2014SDP19192441911 .958
2015SDP31314493413 .977
Total  20310917137131310 .982
More Pitching Stats
2010CHC56643 1.6552014 .267248 14.7 .4271
2011CHC0159 1.7800000 .08639 5.9 .1710
2012SD14933 1.55122002 .244196 12.0 .3664
2013SD3226151 1.58165105 .233707 10.4 .3510
2014SD3149123 1.2483002 .235506 10.2 .3440
2015SD2203164 1.341411303 .279804 13.3 .4300
2016SD-MIA3149117 1.44125003 .279588 14.3 .4890
Total 17857640 1.4367284119 .2553088 12.2 .4005
Minor League Pitching Stats
2008 A-Daytona01 13.5011000 2.24440041
2008 R-Cubs00 0.0011000 1.01100002
2008 A-Boise11 4.9664000 16.119129111916
2009AFA-Daytona00 1.501212000 42.03187131534
2009AA-Tennessee34 3.411212000 58.0453022022741
2010AAA-Iowa Cubs30 0.8653000 21.0173201217
2010AA-Tennessee Smokies31 2.7566100 36.0221211101342
2011AAA-Iowa Cubs00 0.0020000 2.00000002
2011AA-Tennessee Smokies01 7.7133000 2.13220006
2012AAA-Tucson Padres01 3.0033000 9.08330028
2012AA-San Antonio Missions20 1.8833000 14.1103302322
2014AFA-Lake Elsinore Storm00 0.0011000 2.01000003
2014AAA-El Paso Chihuahuas02 7.0422000 7.27663027
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