Cristian Pache

Braves: Cristian Pache sent to AAA for the Athletics

The trade for Matt Olson will go down as one of the most critical junctures in Braves history — for better or worse. How Freddie Freeman and Olson perform over the course of their respective contracts will determine a lot, but how the players the Braves traded away pan out also plays a role. So far, it looks like Atlanta got the better of the deal.
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Cristian Paché thankful for support he’s gotten from Braves fans

Despite being traded away from the Atlanta Braves, outfielder Cristian Paché is thankful for the support he received in the aftermath. Paché was part of the prospect package sent to the Oakland Athletics in return for first baseman Matt Olson, who was deemed a replacement for franchise icon Freddie Freeman. At the time, Paché was one of the top prospects in Atlanta’s system.
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The hits should come soon for Cristian Pache

The Oakland A’s site had an interesting headline about Cristian Pache. Essentially, they said not to look at his statistics when it came to judging his performance at the plate thus far. Instead, they argued, one has to look beyond and see how he is hitting the ball. It...

Cristian Pache becoming a dilemma for Oakland A’s

Cristian Pache has been almost everything that the Oakland A’s could have hoped for. He has been excellent defensively, embraced the fan base, and has worked as hard as possible to be a success in Oakland. If heart and desire were results, Pache would be a star. Unfortunately, results...

Braves: A check in on Cristian Pache

Cristian Pache was one of the main pieces in Atlanta’s trade for Matt Olson this offseason. While it was difficult to part with such a vaunted prospect and incredible guy, Pache has had a tough time in Oakland. Playing as the Athletics’ everyday centerfielder this season, Pache has slashed...
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Athletics' Cristian Pache: Out of Friday's lineup

Pache is not in the lineup for Friday's game against the Rangers, Matt Kawahara of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Pache started the past six games and will take a seat after going 4-for-21 with two doubles and three RBI during that stretch. Ramon Laureano will shift to center field while Luis Barrera starts in right.

A check in on Cristian Pache

Playing as the Athletics’ everyday centerfielder this season, Pache has slashed a sparse .162/.199/.238 with two homers. Part of that is some unfavorable luck — the 23-year-old has an unsightly .202 BABIP. However, a whiff% and chase rate that are both in the bottom 26% of the league aren’t helping either.
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Athletics' Cristian Pache: Timely two-bagger in loss

Pache went 1-for-3 with a two-run double in a loss to the Mariners on Monday. Pache put the last two runs of the night on the board for the Athletics with his sixth-inning bases-loaded double. The defensive wizard has found success at the plate hard to come by as evidenced by his abysmal .159/.197/.238 slash line, but he's now hitting a solid .280 across 25 plate appearances with men in scoring position.
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Athletics' Cristian Pache: Riding pine Friday

Pache isn't starting Friday against the Angels. Pache haș gone just 1-for-17 with three walks and five strikeouts over the last eight matchups, and he'll be out of the lineup for a second straight game. Ramon Laureano will shift to center field while Luis Barrera starts in right.
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Athletics' Cristian Pache: Receives breather Wednesday

Pache is on the bench for Wednesday's series finale against the Twins, Matt Kawahara of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. The 23-year-old will get the day off Wednesday after starting three straight games, going 1-for-9 with a walk in those contests. Ramon Laureano will slide over to center while Luis Berrera enters the lineup in right field and will bat seventh.
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Athletics' Cristian Pache: Sitting for nightcap

Pache will sit for the second half of Saturday's doubleheader against the Angels. Pache went 0-for-1 with a pair of walks in the afternoon game. Ramon Laureano slides to center field for the nightcap, with Luis Barrera starting in right.

Cristian Pache showing why he is new face of Oakland A’s

Some players just get it. They are able to instantly connect with a fanbase, becoming a fan favorite seemingly overnight. Their personalities and style of play resonate, making it seem as though they have been there forever, even if their tenure can be measured in days or weeks. Such is the case with Cristian Pache and the Oakland A’s.

Cristian Pache already new face of Oakland A’s

The Oakland A’s needed to find a new face for the franchise. After trading away their top players, they needed someone to step up and take over that role, becoming the fan favorite and someone that could connect with the fanbase. The problem was that virtually anyone that would have been expected to be that player could be on the trade block as well.

Oakland A’s: With playing time, Cristian Pache can show what he can do

The Oakland Athletics went on a fire sale before spring training started, making multiple trades involving some of the faces of their franchise. One of their biggest trades was sending All-Star first baseman Matt Olson to the defending World Champions, the Atlanta Braves. In return, the Braves gave Oakland outfielder Cristian Pache, catcher Shea Langeliers, and right-handers Ryan Cusick and Joey Estes.

Cristian Pache leaps at wall, makes crazy juggling catch

Cristian Pache was viewed as an 80-grade — or, elite — defensive player by the baseball scouting world as a prospect, and he showed why in the Oakland Athletics’ game against the Baltimore Orioles on Tuesday night. In the top of the second inning, Baltimore’s Kelvin Gutierrez...

Cristian Pache changing perception from Oakland A’s fans

Cristian Pache did not exactly get a warm reaction from Oakland A’s fans when he was acquired. He was a part of the Matt Olson deal, a talented defensive outfielder who had struggled at the major league level. While Pache had once been a top prospect, it was fair to wonder if he would ever become the player he had been expected to develop into.