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Nathan Eovaldi

Nathan Eovaldi


Age: 32Bats: RThrows: R

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Nathan Eovaldi pitches into seventh inning versus Atlanta

Red Sox starter Nathan Eovaldi lasted 6 1/3 innings against the Braves on Wednesday. He gave up three runs on six hits while walking one batter and striking out six. He finished the day with the no-decision as Boston ultimately fell to Atlanta by a score of 5-3.

Fantasy Impact

Eovaldi has been a strong headliner of the Boston rotation this season, posting a 3.15 ERA, 1.08 WHIP, and .235 OBA through five starts. He has 9.45 K/9 while holding opponents to merely 1.58 BB/9. Even as the Red Sox continue to struggle, Eovaldi should be rostered in all fantasy leagues.

Andersen Pickard5 days ago
Nathan Eovaldi allows three runs in loss Friday

Boston Red Sox SP Nathan Eovaldi went 5 innings allowing six hits, three walks, and three runs during a 4-2 loss to the White Sox.

Fantasy Impact

Eovaldi was less than his usual self on Friday allowing three runs including a massive home run to Luis Robert. So far on the season, he has continued to struggle with command of his fastball allowing six home runs in six appearances. Despite the concerns of the long bombs, he's continued to pitch well positing only 11 allowed runs in 33 2/3 innings of work. His next scheduled start comes against the Rangers next Friday, May 11th.

Nathan Eovaldi twirls gem in Saturday's no-decision

Nathan Eovaldi tossed seven shutout innings on Saturday against the Orioles but got a no-decision in the 2-1 extra-innings loss. The Red Sox righty allowed just three hits and no walks while striking out eight Orioles.

Fantasy Impact

Eovaldi was lights out on Saturday mowing down the Orioles for a season-high eight strikeouts. He has posted back-to-back quality starts and has allowed two or fewer runs in each of his last four outings. Eovaldi will take his 2.51 ERA (and 2.56 xFIP) into Thursday's scheduled start against the Angels.

Brad Richter2 weeks ago
Nathan Eovaldi allows two homers Monday to Bluejays

Boston Redsox starting pitcher Nathan Eovaldi pitched 7.0 innings allowing two earned runs, two home runs, and struck out five during Monday's loss to the Jays 6-2.

Fantasy Impact

Eovaldi had a strong outing but continues to deal with struggles allowing the deep ball. Last season, the starter allowed an 8% home run rate on fastballs but is up to a whopping 31% this season. Despite the long bombs, Eovaldi has pitched four games going 1-0, pitching 21.2 innings, striking out 24, and allowing a 3.32 ERA. He should continue to anchor the Redsox staff this season.

Nathan Eovaldi allows one run in no-decision against Blue Jays on Tuesday

Nathan Eovaldi allowed one run on seven hits and a walk over 4 2/3 innings on Tuesday against the Blue Jays. He struck out six and did not factor into the decision.

Fantasy Impact

Eovaldi's pitch count was at 95 when Alex Cora removed him, and considering he threw 100 pitches in his last outing, it's fair to say that he's fully stretched out. Toronto has one of the toughest lineups in baseball so it's hard to criticize this outing despite the eight base-runners, though it's worth noting that the one run he allowed came on a home run. That makes five home runs already and a 3.07/9 rate. Considering he gave up just 15 all season last year, some minor alarm bells should be going off. With that said, Eovaldi has been excellent overall and he continues to show elite control. Fantasy managers should leave him in their lineups, including for his next start against the Rays.

Dan Harris4 weeks ago
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