To Say Nathan Eovaldi Has Dominated Yankees Would Be An Understatement

To Say Nathan Eovaldi Has Dominated Yankees Would Be An Understatement

He joined the Red Sox in July after a trade with the Rays.

It's not hard to find reason for caution with Nathan Eovaldi's new contract with the Boston Red Sox.

Eovaldi was victorious in both of his playoff starts, winning a pair of Game 3s against NY in the American League Division Series and Houston in the A.L. Championship Series. He went 3-3 with a.33 ERA down the stretch.

Eovaldi registered a 3-3 record with a 3.33 ERA in 12 regular-season appearances for the Red Sox in 2018. Eovaldi gets paid and the Red Sox secure their pitching depth. "Everybody's going to remember Nate Eovaldi", Cora said. He spent time with the New York Yankees prior to pitching in Tampa Bay, and he was out for a while after undergoing Tommy John surgery following that. The issue, however, is that Eovaldi's dominant run is far from the norm for his career, and he's had arm issues to boot.

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He's also pretty comfortable in Yankee Stadium where he frequently pitched as a member of the Bronx Bombers in 2015 and 2016.

Boston's starting rotation looks to be set after locking-up Eovaldi long-term, but questions remain in the bullpen.

The deal fills the 40-man roster and puts Boston at risk of exceeding the Competitive Balance Tax for the second straight year.

The right-handed pitcher signed a four-year deal with a reported $67.5 million on Thursday, ensuring the playoff hero stays in Boston through 2022. World Series MVP Steve Pearce has already re-signed; Game 5 victor David Price opted in to the last four years of the contract he signed before the 2016 season; the team exercised its option on ace Chris Sale. Boston issued a qualifying offer to Kimbrel, one that guarantees the club draft pick compensation should the closer land elsewhere.

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