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Red Sox remove struggling Andrew Cashner from starting rotation

Andrew Cashner is no longer a starter for the Red Sox.

Boston is removing the 32-year-old right-hander from the rotation and placing him in the bullpen, manager Alex Cora told reporters Monday.

Cashner “understands” the demotion and has accepted the role, Cora said.

The Red Sox acquired Cashner from the Orioles in exchange for two prospects. But, he has struggled during his time with the team, pitching to a 1-4 record with an 8.01 ERA in six starts with Boston.

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