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Cashner Named Padres’ Pitcher of the Year 

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The Padres announced today that Andrew Cashner was awarded the “Clyde McCullough Pitcher of the Year Award” as voted by the San Diego Chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America. This is the first time Cashner has received such an award and it is his first post-season award of his Major League Career.

In his first full year with the Padres, Cashner posted a 10-9 record with a 3.09 ERA over 31 games. Perhaps more impressively, Cashner posted the third-lowest home ERA by a pitcher in a single season at Petco Park this last season, posting a 1.92 ERA in 11 starts. Over those 11 starts he collected a 5-4 record with 50 strikeouts and 12 walks. Cashner also finished his 2013 campaign in brilliant fashion, posting a 0.72 ERA in his last five starts with a 2-1 record.

Cashner was acquired by the Padres from the Cubs prior to the 2012 season and has been an excellent addition to the team ever since. In addition to his Pitcher of the Year Award honor with the Padres, Cashner is also currently in the running for a GIBBY (“Greatness in Baseball Yearly”) Award as ‘breakout pitcher of the year.’ Padres fans can vote for Cashner here.

The Padres are set to announce their team MVP this coming Thursday, and arguably Cashner could find himself in possession of that accolade as well. We’ll only get to speculate until then, however.

Be sure to stay tuned to The Friarhood for all of your off-season news and player transactions, as well as updates on prospects and Rookies in the Arizona Fall League.

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About the author: Ian Edward Russell Smith

Ian is a former writer for the San Diego Padres, having worked as the Padres' "In-Season Blogger" during the 2015 season. Ian wrote as a member of the Friarhood's writing staff between parts of 2013-2015, writing over 100 articles over that span. In addition to being a writer, Ian is also a recent graduate of California Western School of Law in San Diego, having earned a Juris Doctor, as well as his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science/Law & Society from the University of California, Riverside. Be sure to follow Ian on Twitter (@SDRedBull8) to see what other ramblings he's posted about the Padres, San Diego, and baseball in general!

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