SP,RP - BOS
Nathan Eovaldi earned the win on Wednesday in Minnesota, allowing two runs on five hits over five innings while striking out three.
Eovaldi didn't walk anyone in the outing, and he now has a 2.08 ERA through three starts. The right-hander has had a strong start to the season and remains worth starting in 12-team mixed leagues moving forward.
Nathan Eovaldi improved to 1-1 on Wednesday against the Rays, tossing seven innings of one-run ball while striking out seven.
Eovaldi walked three while allowing three hits. The right-hander hasn't had the most imposing matchups, but he has given up just two runs through two starts. A road matchup against the Twins should give fantasy managers pause for now, but if Eovaldi does well in that one then it'll be time to really buy in.
Nathan Eovaldi took the loss on Friday against the Orioles, allowing one run on four hits over 5 1/3 innings.
Eovaldi struck out four and walked just one. He overall pitched pretty decently, but he was simply outmatched by John Means of the Orioles. Additionally, Eovaldi got zero help from his offense. The 31-year-old will once again be worth streaming next Wednesday against the Rays.
Thursday's Opening Day contest between the Red Sox and Orioles has been postponed.
Nathan Eovaldi and John Means will each have their first start pushed back a day. The two clubs will now face off on Friday afternoon.
Nathan Eovaldi will pitch on Opening Day for the Red Sox.
Eduardo Rodriguez is dealing with a "dead arm" phase, so Eovaldi will take his place on April 1st against Baltimore. He finished the 2020 season on a roll and could be a streaming candidate through this year.