Tag Archives: Andrew Cashner

mattingly’s Monumental Mess in Miami is Magnificent

The Miami Marlins, 57-48 on July 31 and a very likely wild-card team, have gone 12-23 since, including losing ten of heir last 12, and have fallen out of contention. The only question is how in the world could they … Continue reading

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Kenta Maeda Has Tough Act to Follow In Debut

I’ve generally been suspect of veteran foreign players getting giant salaries to move to MLB after sometimes lengthy careers in Cuba, South Korea or Japan. The record seems to bear out the fact that for every Ichiro Suzuki or Jose … Continue reading

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The Rebirth of the San Diego Padres

The San Diego Padres floundered near the bottom of the National League West under the leadership of General Manager Josh Byrnes, who had previously led the Arizona Diamondbacks from contender to the bottom of the division. This past summer, Padres’ … Continue reading

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Pitching Had It’s Way Through the Majors Yesterday

Three of yesterday’s 12 major league games saw a single run scored, as the Padres Andrew Cashner pitched a complete game 1-0, two-hit shutout of the Phillies, as five Tampa Bay pitchers – Alex Colome, Steven Geltz, Jeff Beliveau, Kirby … Continue reading

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