Andrew Cashner returns to the mound for his 1st start since June 18


San Diego, CA- Andrew Cashner returns to the mound for the San Diego Padres tonight against the Arizona Diamondbacks for his first start since June 18th.

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In his final rehab start this week in Triple-A El Paso, Cashner allowed three runs on four hits and four strikeouts in five innings of work.

Cahsner is ready to put his injuries behind him and taking the mound for the San Diego Padres the rest of the season.

"“I have had some injuries and that’s unfortunate, but the biggest thing for me now is taking the ball the rest of the season and showing them I’m healthy,” Cashner said earlier this week. “I’m ready to go; I can’t wait.”"

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