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Nathan Eovaldi went 2.2 innings allowed seven hits, seven earned runs, two walks, and did not record a strikeout on Friday against the Yankees.
This outing was not the Eovaldi we have seen over the last few months. He got absolutely lit up. This is a tough blow for Boston as this was a very big game for them as they duke it out with the Yanks for a clinch of the wild card spot. I wouldn't look too much into this with Eovaldi, as he has been so good this year, and will likely bounce back in his next start.
Nathan Eovaldi went five innings, allowed seven hits, three earned runs, and struck out eight in Sunday’s no decision against Baltimore.
Eovaldi has been the rock of this Red Sox rotation here in 2021. He is undeniably important to the stability and success of this team. There are games where he does allow a lot of hits, but for the most part his strikeout numbers have been tremendous, he has been limiting his walks, and he quite literally just gets the job done every time he takes the hill. His 3.58 ERA is an indication of that.
Nathan Eovaldi went five innings, allowed five hits, one earned run, one walk, and struck out nine batters in Tuesday's no-decision.
Eovaldi is the ace of this Red Sox staff the rest of the way. If he can go a bit deeper in games, and keep up these strikeout numbers, he has the potential to win fantasy leagues with one or two massive starts. Fire him up for the playoff push fellas!
Nathan Eovaldi had an incredible outing in a big game against Tampa Bay on Wednesday. He went seven innings, allowed three hits, zero earned runs, and struck out eight in his no-decision.
Eovaldi has truly established himself as the ace of this Red Sox staff. He shows up in big games and gets the job done. His ERA is now sitting at 3.57 and he looks to be a big part of fantasy managers pitching arsenals as they make their playoff push.
Nathan Eovaldi went 6.1 innings, allowed six hits, three earned runs, and struck out nine in Friday's no-decision.
Eovaldi has been rock solid this season. In fact, all things considered he might be putting together one of the best seasons of his career. His 2.91 FIP, 3.49 xERA are career bests.