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MLB trade rumors: Yankees' Nathan Eovaldi could flourish with Pirates, scout says

Will Yankees right-hander Nathan Eovaldi be moved to an NL playoff-hopeful before Aug. 1? EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the seventh of a series on a National League scout discussing Yankees players who could be moved before baseball's Aug. 1 trade deadline: NEW YORK -- The Yankees just traded away lights-out closer Aroldis Chapman, probably the hardest...
Via NJ.com
3 days ago

Eovaldi Showing Potential At Crucial Time For Yankees

Maybe a demotion to the bullpen was the wake up call Nathan Eovaldi needed.When Eovaldi was traded to the Yankees prior to the 2015 season, my first thought was one of concern. The young righty reminded me of another import from the then Florida Marlins, with Eovaldi’s obvious talent coupled with his equally obvious lack of results. I was less concerned with his demeanor, feeling...
Via Lady At The Bat
4 days ago

Eovaldi and Green lead Yankees to 5-2 win over Giants

So, who had the Yankees going 9-5 against the Indians, Red Sox, Orioles, and Giants? Definitely not me. I wouldn’t say it was the prettiest stretch of games, but hey, nine wins in 14 games against four of the best clubs in baseball is pretty darn cool. The Yankees won Sunday’s game 5-2 to wrap-up the Giants series and the homestand. I didn’t see the entire game, just bits and...
Via River Avenue Blues
5 days ago

The new pitch behind Nathan Eovaldi’s resurgence

A new pitch has helped. So has the motivation provided by a brief demotion to the bullpen. The results have been a renaissance, for the time being at least, for Nathan Eovaldi, who looks like the pitcher who dominated in May instead of the one who was battered in June. Aided by a new cut...
Via New York Post
5 days ago

Game 98 Recap: The Legend of Nathan Eovaldi

The Yankees are nothing if not a contradiction of themselves. There is so much wrong with the team, yet there is also so much that is right, and then there are times where even more shines through. Nathan Eovaldi has been maddeningly inconsistent this season. He oscillates between brilliance and fiery inferno, sometimes in the course of a single game or inning. There was no oscillation...
Via BP Bronx
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Eovaldi, Yanks top Giants 5-2, but too late to stop trades?

NEW YORK (AP) Nathan Eovaldi pitched shutout ball into the seventh inning, Carlos Beltran and Mark Teixeira hit early solo home runs and the New York Yankees beat the San Francisco Giants 5-2 Sunday to complete a 6-4 homestand that likely was too little and too late to keep management from selling off players ahead of the Aug. 1 trade deadline. Making his second start following...
Via Associated Press
5 days ago  |  Discuss

How good a reliever could Nathan Eovaldi be?

Nothing offends the sensibilities of sports fans more than seeing what they perceive as great potential “going to waste.” If people believe you are especially talented, you’d better produce or you will surely incur the wrath of the masses. If the general consensus is that you posses unremarkable tools then you have carte blanche to suck. Nathan Eovaldi has never had that luxury...
Via BP Bronx
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Nate ain’t so great of late, is it too late to change his fate?

Watching Nathan Eovaldi pitch is one of the most frustrating things in the world. More frustrating than running to a train only to have the conductor close the doors in your face, or seeing a car pull out right in front of you only to do 25 in a 40 mph zone. You always hear about Eovaldi’s “stuff” and see the radar readings when he pitches so you know how hard he throws the...
Via BP Bronx
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Nathan Eovaldi is taking the long-awaited step forward

Nathan Eovaldi is finally taking that step forward that everyone forecasted for him as a youngster. The Dodgers saw it when they offered him a big bonus out of high school, despite the fact that Eovalid was a late-rounder that had already undergone Tommy John surgery as an amateur. The Marlins saw it when they acquired him in exchange for the long-time centerpiece of their team...
Via BP Bronx
May 30, 2016  |  Discuss

Nate Eovaldi: No Fastball is Too Big To Hide

For his career, Nathan Eovaldi has a below-average strikeout rate. He’s been a little bit worse than league average by ERA, and a little bit better than league average by FIP, but even average is a strange outcome for a guy with a top-ten fastball by velocity. Take a look at how much of an outlier Eovaldi is in graphical form. That’s him highlighted, against all starters that...
Via Fangraphs
August 24, 2015  |  Discuss
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