– Cahill, who was pulled from the Arizona rotation and the designated for assignment due to his poor pitching, could get another look after the All-Star break. He has made the most of his time at Triple-A Reno following his accepting of his demotion after passing through waivers. Cahill has a 2.59 ERA, 1.29 WHIP along with 25:15 K:BB in 24.1 innings over five starts, while holding batters to a .195 batting average and stellar 1.93 GB:FB ratio. Chase Anderson will have his workload cut a bit in the second half, while Mike Bolsinger is not the answer and Archie Bradley is not yet ready, so Cahill could get a chance to slide back into the rotation.
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