ANAHEIM, Calif. — Nathan Eovaldi’s season came to an end when it was discovered he had not only a slight tear to his UCL that required Tommy John surgery, but also a torn flexor tendon. He underwent surgery for both Friday and the procedures went “as expected,” according to the Yankees. Since the rehab time...
Via New York Post
8 days ago
NEW YORK (AP) The New York Yankees say right-handed pitcher Nathan Eovaldi has had surgery to repair two tears in his elbow. The Yankees say the surgeries performed Friday on Eovaldi's torn flexor tendon and partially torn ulnar collateral ligament ''went as expected.'' It was the second Tommy John surgery for the 26-year-old, who had the procedure nine years ago when he was...
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Yankees right-hander Nathan Eovaldi underwent successful Tommy John surgery, as well as a right flexor tendon repair, on Friday.
8 days ago
Yankees starter Nathan Eovaldi will need to undergo Tommy John surgery for the second time.
11 days ago
Calamity has struck for Yankees right-hander Nathan Eovaldi. According to a report by Wallace Matthews of ESPN on Tuesday, Eovaldi has a torn flexor tendon and a partially-torn UCL in his pitching elbow. The 26-year-old will require surgeries for both and is expected to miss all of 2017. Catastrophe: Nathan Eovaldi has a torn flexor tendon and partially-torn UCL, will undergo...
NEW YORK (AP) Luis Severino's return to the minor leagues was brief. Two days after optioning the right-hander to Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, the New York Yankees recalled the 22-year-old from the Triple-A farm team Friday. New York placed right-hander Nathan Eovaldi on the 15-day disabled list with a right elbow tendon injury, a move retroactive to Thursday. Eovaldi left his start...
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Thursday’s finale to the Subway series was definitely not as exciting as Wednesday night’s game, at least not for the Yankees. There were no brushback pitches, no relief pitchers jawing at guys on second base, and no trading runs back and forth between the two teams, but there was something that happened on Thursday that Yankee fans have grown accustomed to seeing this season...
The Yankees are nothing if not a contradiction of themselves. There is so much wrong with the team, yet there is also so much that is right, and then there are times where even more shines through. Nathan Eovaldi has been maddeningly inconsistent this season. He oscillates between brilliance and fiery inferno, sometimes in the course of a single game or inning. There was no oscillation...
Nothing offends the sensibilities of sports fans more than seeing what they perceive as great potential “going to waste.” If people believe you are especially talented, you’d better produce or you will surely incur the wrath of the masses. If the general consensus is that you posses unremarkable tools then you have carte blanche to suck. Nathan Eovaldi has never had that luxury...
Watching Nathan Eovaldi pitch is one of the most frustrating things in the world. More frustrating than running to a train only to have the conductor close the doors in your face, or seeing a car pull out right in front of you only to do 25 in a 40 mph zone. You always hear about Eovaldi’s “stuff” and see the radar readings when he pitches so you know how hard he throws the...
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