When the Boston Red Sox armed a change for starter Andrew Cashner with the Baltimore Orioles, they hoped to have some more strength in their rotation. However, the body of openers has not been able to live up to it and Cashner has lived a real nightmare since changing Camden Yards to Fenway Park.
Andrew Cashner made 17 starts for the Orioles this year and had a 3.83 ERA. Andrew Cashner has made five starts for the Red Sox and has a 7.53 ERA.— Ian Browne (@IanMBrowne) August 7, 2019
His last exit against the Royals was a sign of the bad moment that is happening since he was endorsed 6 races in 5.1 innings a team that is penultimate in the American League in home runs and eleventh in average.
Since arriving at the Red Sox, Cashner has accumulated a record of a 4-defeat victory with a bad effectiveness of 7.53 in 28.2 innings worked with the Boston flannel, allowing 24 runs, plus half of what he allowed with the Baltimore Orioles (41) in the season in 96.1 tickets released.
His WAR in the season rose from 3.83 when he was in the Orioles to 4.68 in 5 outings with Boston, which shows that far from being the solution, he has been infected by the bad times of the other Red Sox starters.