Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Andrew Cashner looked solid in his first career start earlier this season. However, he was lifted from start early with a shoulder issue and was subsequently placed on the disabled list.
Andrew Cashner was 5.1 innings into his first career start, and was looking like he had the makings of a very solid staring pitcher. But then Cashner was removed from the game and later placed on the disabled list.
There is something annoying and frustrating when reality sets in, but that is why it is called reality and not fantasy.
Just yesterday, Jake Peavy’s progress continued to be encouraging.
It appears that Chicago White Sox pitcher Jake Peavy has developed rotator cuff tendinitis. As a precaution the team has shut down the hard throwing righty.