Small Sample Stupidity with Andrew Cashner

June 2, 2010 by  

Top Pitching Prospect Andrew Cashner was called up recently, and I was alarmed on how little was being written of him within the Chicago Cubs blogosphere. This has most to do with his performance, being neither good nor bad, since he only threw one pitch against the Pittsburgh Pirates on May 31

Cashner came into the game in the eighth inning, relieving 'super-stud' Sean Marshall, who had given up a run on a Bobby Crosby single. Cashner came into the game with the tides shifted in Pittsburgh's favor, and only 16.1% chance of winning.

With the leverage index now at 1.0, former Cubs under-performer Ronny Cedeno stepped into the batter's box with slow-footed right fielder Garrett Jones on second and Crosby on first.

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