Miguel Cabrera

Andrew Cashner roughed up in Orioles' 9-5 loss to Tigers

Andrew Cashner roughed up in Orioles' 9-5 loss to Tigers

Through his first five outings in an Orioles uniform, right-hander Andrew Cashner showed a knack for avoiding the big inning despite allowing plenty of base runners.

He entered Saturday’s start against the Detroit Tigers having stranded 85.9 percent of his base runners, the eighth-highest left-on-base percentage among qualified American League starters.

Cashner couldn’t limit the damage Saturday, though, derailed by a four-run second inning that led to his shortest start of the season in the Orioles’ 9-5 loss to the Tigers in front of an announced crowd of 20,896 at Camden Yards.

He lasted just four innings, allowing seven runs (six...

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