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Nathan Eovaldi | Starting Pitcher | #30

Team: New York Yankees
Age / DOB:  (26) / 2/13/1990
Ht / Wt:  6'2" / 225
Bats / Throws: Right / Right
College: None
Drafted: 2008 / Rd. 11 (0) / LA
Contract: view contract details

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Nathan Eovaldi struggled to keep the ball in the park during Sunday's 7-1 loss to the Twins, yielding four home runs and five total runs over six innings.
Danny Santana connected for a solo homer off Eovaldi in the third inning, but the fireworks show wouldn't reach a crescendo until the sixth. In that frame, Brian Dozier socked a two-run homer, which was followed by solo shots off the bats of Trevor Plouffe and Max Kepler. June has been nothing short of a disaster for Eovaldi, who has allowed 25 runs over his last 20 innings (five starts). His next outing will come on the road against the Padres as the calendar flips over to July. Jun 26 - 3:35 PM

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Nathan Eovaldi allowed four earned runs over 5 1/3 innings Sunday as the Yankees fell to the Twins.

Eovaldi was pitching well until the bottom of the fifth, when the Twins scored their first run of the game on a Max Kepler solo homer. Minnesota then poured on four more in the sixth to drive the right-hander into the visitors' dugout. Eovaldi fell to 6-4 and watched his ERA climb to 5.02. He entered the month of June with a 3.71 ERA.
Jun 19 - 5:26 PM

Nathan Eovaldi struggled again Tuesday, allowing six runs on eight hits over four innings in a loss to the Rockies.

Eovaldi gets a bit of a break because he was at Coors Field, where few pitchers find success, but the start was still his third in a row in which he's allowed five runs or more. As in those other starts, Eovaldi was victimized by the long ball, allowing two homers. He fell to 6-3 with a 4.90 ERA and 1.34 WHIP after owning a 3.71 ERA coming into the month. Eovaldi will try to right the ship Sunday at the Twins.
Jun 15 - 12:36 AM

Nathan Eovaldi pitched poorly Wednesday, giving up five runs on 10 hits and a walk, but took a no-decision as the Yankees pounded the Angels 12-6.

It's not often that a pitcher can escape 10 base knocks and two home runs without getting charged with a loss, but the Yankees' bats came alive in defense of Eovaldi. Eovaldi recorded four strikeouts in his 5 1/3 innings but saw his ERA rise to 4.42 as he prepares for a scary start in Coors Field on Tuesday.
Jun 8 - 11:40 PM

Nathan Eovaldi was hit hard in a no-decision against the Orioles on Friday, allowing five runs on eight hits over his 5 1/3 innings.

On the plus side, Eovaldi did punch out five on the night while walking only one. The Orioles put single runs on the board against him in the second and fourth innings, then broke the game open with a three-run uprising that chased him in the sixth. The right-hander will look to improve upon his 4.09 ERA and 1.21 WHIP when he takes on the Angels at home on Wednesday.
Jun 3 - 11:02 PM

Nathan Eovaldi was sharp in Sunday's win over the Rays, firing six innings of one-run ball.

Eovaldi scattered six hits, walked two and struck out seven on the afternoon. The only run to score against him came when Evan Longoria notched an RBI single in the third inning. The 26-year-old right-hander has allowed just two runs over his last 18 innings (three starts) and has pushed his ERA down to 3.71 in the process. He will look to continue this recent strong trend in a road start against the Orioles next time he toes the rubber.
May 29 - 3:57 PM

Nathan Eovaldi allowed just two hits across six shutout innings in Tuesday's 6-0 victory over the Blue Jays.

Eovaldi issued three free passes, but a Troy Tulowitzki single in the second inning and a Jose Bautista single in the third were the only base knocks against the hard-throwing right-hander. He struck out five on the night. Eovaldi has dropped his ERA from 5.46 to 3.95 over his last four starts. He'll face the Rays on Sunday.
May 24 - 10:33 PM

Nathan Eovaldi limited the Diamondbacks to one run and one hit over six innings on Wednesday.

Eovaldi has won three straight starts and four consecutive decisions dating back to April 25. He's showed signs of turning the corner before, only to regress, and we wouldn't rush to pick him up in mixed leagues now. Still, he has a nice 3.48 ERA in his last five starts, even though he's faced very good competition (Texas, Boston twice, Kansas City and now Arizona).
May 19 - 1:20 AM

Nathan Eovaldi allowed three runs over five innings in Thursday's win over the Royals.

Eovaldi wasn't overly impressive, but it didn't matter as he got enough run support to earn his third win. The right-hander allowed eight hits and walked two while striking out three on the night. He still hasn't found his 2015 form, owning a 4.85 ERA, 1.34 WHIP and seven home runs allowed through seven starts. He'll look for that better form Tuesday at the Diamondbacks.
May 12 - 10:14 PM

Nathan Eovaldi was terrific in Saturday's win over the Yankees, fanning six over eight innings of two-run ball.

Eovaldi surrendered just six hits and didn't issue a walk in the contest. The Red Sox scratched out a run against him in the second inning and he allowed a solo homer to Jackie Bradley, but aside from that the Red Sox weren't able to get anything going against him. Now 2-2 on the year, he'll bring a 4.78 ERA and 1.25 WHIP into Thursday's start against the Royals.
May 7 - 4:51 PM

Nathan Eovaldi struggled in a no-decision against the Red Sox on Sunday night, surrendering six runs on 10 hits in just five innings of work.

Eovaldi also issued three free passes while striking out three on the evening. The Red Sox scratched out a run in the first inning, rallied for three in the third and added on with a two-run homer from Travis Shaw in the fifth. The 26-year-old hurler has struggled mightily through his first five starts, compiling a 5.46 ERA, 1.38 WHIP and 31/8 K/BB ratio across 29 2/3 innings. He'll look to put this one behind him and get back on track in a rematch against these Red Sox at home on Saturday.
May 1 - 11:38 PM

Nathan Eovaldi flirted with a no-hitter and ultimately tossed seven shutout frames in Monday's 3-1 win over the Rangers.

Eovaldi had issued just one walk and had a runner reach on an error before Nomar Mazara singled to lead off the seventh inning. He wound up allowing two hits on the night, struck out six and walked a pair. It was a great performance that's even more impressive when you consider the Rangers' big left-handed bats. While he now has a pedestrian 4.38 ERA, Eovaldi boasts a 28/5 K/BB ratio over 24 2/3 innings this season. He'll get the Red Sox in Boston this weekend.
Apr 25 - 11:16 PM

Nathan Eovaldi turned in a quality start during Wednesday's loss to the A's, yielding three runs on eight hits over six innings.

Eovaldi struck out seven and walked one. The A's pounced on him for all three runs on his line in the fourth inning, when he surrendered an RBI double to Chris Coghlan, an RBI single to Josh Reddick and a sacrifice fly to Stephen Vogt. Through three starts, the 26-year-old flamethrower holds a tough 6.11 ERA, 1.36 WHIP and 22/3 K/BB ratio across 17 2/3 innings. Those numbers will inevitably drop over the course of the season, but Eovaldi remains a maddening pitcher to own for fantasy purposes. His results simply don't line up with the shining quality of his stuff. He will take to the road to face the Rangers in his next scheduled start.
Apr 20 - 10:09 PM

Nathan Eovaldi was solid but made two costly mistakes, resulting in four runs, in Thursday's loss to the Blue Jays.

Eovaldi was holding a two-run lead in the fifth when Josh Donaldson ambushed a hanging splitter for a three-run homer to deep center. An inning later, Troy Tulowitzki took Eovaldi deep for a solo shot, with those two blasts accounting for all four of the Jays' runs. In total, Eovaldi gave up seven hits and two walks while striking out eight over 6 2/3 innings. His first two starts have left the 26-year-old with a 6.94 ERA and 1.29 WHIP, but he's got a good shot at his first victory Wednesday against the Athletics.
Apr 14 - 9:35 PM

Despite seven strikeouts, Nathan Eovaldi allowed five runs over five innings Thursday against the Astros.

It was a bizarre outing. In the first, third and fifth innings, Eovaldi retired Jose Altuve, George Springer and Carlos Correa in order. The rest of the order gave him problems, though, as he allowed three hits and multiple runs in both the second and fourth. But that is Nathan Eovaldi for you. The stuff has been better than the results his entire career to date.
Apr 7 - 7:46 PM

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