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San Diego Padres
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Padres | Andrew Cashner struggles Wednesday

Wed, 27 Apr 2016 17:30:23 -0700

San Diego Padres SP Andrew Cashner (1-2) allowed six runs (three earned) on four hits over 2 2/3 innings in a loss to the San Francisco Giants Wednesday, April 27, with four walks and two strikeouts. It was his shortest outing since July 5, 2013.

Fantasy Tip: Cashner continues to be a pitcher who is difficult to rely on in daily fantasy contests. He has not pitched beyond the sixth inning in any of his five outings this season and has only registered two quality starts. Cashner is scheduled to make his next start versus the Colorado Rockies Tuesday, May 3.

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Padres | Andrew Cashner earns first win

Sat, 23 Apr 2016 06:09:34 -0700

San Diego Padres SP Andrew Cashner allowed one run on three hits in six innings against the St. Louis Cardinals Friday, April 22, to pick up his first win of the season. He struck out four batters and walked one during the game.

Fantasy Tip: Cashner has allowed only two runs in his last two starts but has not pitched more than six innings in any of his four starts. He is scheduled to face the San Francisco Giants in his next start and could be a starting option in some leagues.

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Padres | OK outing for Andrew Cashner

Mon, 11 Apr 2016 16:25:52 -0700

San Diego Padres SP Andrew Cashner churned out five unspectacular innings Monday, April 11, against the Philadelphia Phillies. He allowed three runs on seven hits and one walk, while finishing with five strikeouts.

Fantasy Tip: Nothing of note here except for the fact that Cashner bounced back decently from his poor first start, when he couldn't make it past the fourth inning versus the Dodgers. Still, Cashner is capable of much better, but after his disappointing campaign of a year ago, owners would be wise to wait until the 29-year-old gets into a rhythm. He's not the easiest to trust.

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Padres | Andrew Cashner gets bounced around

Wed, 06 Apr 2016 23:43:08 -0700

San Diego Padres SP Andrew Cashner allowed five earned runs, six hits and two walks over four innings in a loss Wednesday, April 6, against the Los Angeles Dodgers. He struck out five batters.

Fantasy Tip: Cashner, like his two predecessors, received zero run support, but he also has to be a little better, too. At least he had the five strikeouts to somewhat salvage his stat line.

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Padres | Andrew Cashner talks curveball

Mon, 07 Mar 2016 14:31:25 -0800

San Diego Padres SP Andrew Cashner is excited to return to utilizing his spike curveball and said, "It's one of the better breaking balls I've featured in a couple years."

Fantasy Tip: While Cashner had a respectable 8.0 K/9 through a career-high 184 2/3 innings last season, he also struggled with a 4.34 ERA and a 1.44 WHIP. He is nothing more than a late-round flier in deep mixed leagues, and you'll want to be selective with his starts. Be wary of buying into Cashner entering 2016.

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Padres | Andrew Cashner adds weight

Sun, 21 Feb 2016 06:37:01 -0800

San Diego Padres SP Andrew Cashner added 20 pounds this offseason and believes it will help him sustain 200 innings in 2016.

Fantasy Tip: Cashner tossed a career-high 184 2/3 innings last year, and it was the worst campaign on his resume. He returned a 4.34 ERA and a 1.44 WHIP. However, his 8.0 K/9 was also his best mark since becoming a full-time starter. Cashner shouldn't be viewed as a matchup-proof arm or anything more than a late-round flier in mixed leagues.

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Orioles | Baltimore interested in Andrew Cashner

Tue, 02 Feb 2016 10:49:28 -0800

The Baltimore Orioles are interested in San Diego Padres SP Andrew Cashner, who will become a free agent after the 2016 season.

Fantasy Tip: Cashner had a down year in 2015 with a 6-16 record and 4.34 ERA in a career-high 184 2/3 innings. However, he still has good swing-and-miss stuff (8.0 strikeouts per nine) but must show better control. A move to hitter-friendly Camden Yards would further put a damper on his fantasy value coming off a disappointing season.

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Padres | Andrew Cashner avoids arbitration

Fri, 15 Jan 2016 09:19:21 -0800

San Diego Padres SP Andrew Cashner avoided arbitration by signing a one-year, $7.15 million deal Friday, Jan. 15.

Fantasy Tip: Cashner has tools, as he had an 8.04 K/9 last year, but he was highly hittable with a 1.44 WHIP and a 4.34 ERA. He's a late-round flyer that needs to have that breakthrough season at 29.

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Padres | SD drawing interest in starters

Mon, 07 Dec 2015 10:32:51 -0800

San Diego Padres SPs Tyson Ross, Andrew Cashner and James Shields are all drawing significant interest on the trade market, according to sources.

Fantasy Tip: All three starters are attractive to other clubs because of the high free-agent prices for starting pitching. As long as they remain in San Diego, they'll all have relatively high prices on the fantasy market because of the pitching-friendly venue they reside in. Stay tuned.

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Astros | Houston-SD deal about to go down?

Wed, 29 Jul 2015 16:18:11 -0700

The Houston Astros and San Diego Padres are gaining steam in trade talks over pitching, according to a person familiar with the situation. San Diego Padres RP Craig Kimbrel and SPs Andrew Cashner and Tyson Ross could all be fits for the Astros. Houston is also on the heels of a trade for Philadelphia Phillies SP Cole Hamels, but they don't expect to land him.

Fantasy Tip: None of the Padres pitchers figures to have their fantasy value drastically affected by a trade to the Astros, although leaving the pitching-friendly environment of Petco Park could have negative implications, mainly for Cashner or Ross.

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