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2 months agoBoston Red Sox starting pitcher Andrew Cashner lasted just five innings against the Blue Jays on Tuesday. It was his first start with the team since being traded from the Baltimore Orioles on Saturday. Cashner allowed six runs (five earned) on eight hits, while striking out and walking a pair each. The 32-year-old threw just 57 strikes in 92 pitches and also gave up two home runs in the outing. It wasn't a great debut for Cashner, whom the Red Sox hope can fill out their rotation. However, he is coming off an incredible hot streak where he allowed just five earned runs over his last 32 innings, along with an 18/4 K/BB, which ultimately led to the Red Sox acquiring his services. Don't read too much into the start, but Cashner is 55-83 with a 4.02 career ERA so ups-and-downs are to be expected with the journeyman. Next, he gets the ball against his former club, the Orioles, on Sunday and has some streaming potential based on a solid matchup. Although, the lack of strikeout upside hurts his mixed league value.--Steve Janik - RotoBaller
Source: MLB.com

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