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New York Yankees pitcher Ivan Nova is the real deal.
Ivan Nova (Photo credit: Keith Allison)
At least that is what everybody initially thought of him.
When Nova hit the major league level back in 2010, he showed some promise. Pitching just 42 innings in total, he went 1-2 with a 4.50 ERA. It was a small sample size where he was brought up at random to fill-in as a reliever, and a starter pending on who was injured.
The following season, Nova made the rotation the rotation out of Spring Training, and that was when he really impressed. (more…)
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