Has won his last five starts with a 1.62 ERA in that span
Has won every start this year, earning a quality start in every game, while notching a 1.58 ERA.
Has tossed nine straight scoreless frames.
Has a 3.60 ERA in home games with a 30:8 K:BB.
Has a 2.59 ERA at home with a .226 batting average against.
Has struck out 75 batters over 61 innings this season and has yet to lost (7-0) this season.
After a rough start to the season, he has thrown three quality starts in a row.
Has a 1.61 ERA with a 16:8 K:BB in his last three home starts.
Has a 3.15 ERA and .225 batting average against at home this season.
Has a 3.29 ERA and .259 batting average against at home.
Has a 1.37 ERA at home, but his 4.63 ERA on the season shows the home ERA may be deceiving.
Has a 3.44 ERA at home, and also has a .248 batting average against.
Has a 3.43 ERA at home with a 21:3 K:BB at home.
Owns a 5.57 ERA on the road this season, allowing a .293 opponent average.
Has struggled in his last two starts and will face the same Nationals club he allowed nine runs (six earned) to over 2.2 innings in his last start.
Has a 2.41 ERA but a 1.76 WHIP at home.
Has a 3.38 ERA with a 28:9 K:BB in road games.
Has a 3.20 ERA with a .205 batting average against on the road this year.
HaHas posted solid efforts in his last three starts, allowing more than two earned runs.
Has a 4.82 ERA on the road this year.
Has a 4.19 ERA and 1.50 WHIP on the road this season.
Owns a 4.88 ERA at Yankee Stadium this season, allowing four home runs over 24 innings.
Cashner will be making his first start since May 8, an outing where he allowed three runs in five innings.
Has allowed 14 earned runs in 15.1 innings on the road this year.
Has a 5.59 ERA with a 3:10 K:BB on the road.
Has a 6.75 ERA in 29.1 innings pitched at home.
Has allowed 17 earned runs in 19.1 innings pitched.
Has a 5.21 ERA in three home starts with only eight strikeouts.