NATHAN EOVALDI NEWS

A Look at the New York Yankees’ Potential Starting Rotation

The New York Yankees have struggled to put together a dominant starting rotation, since their last World Series win in 2009. While they have had a few impressive starters over that span of time, Joe Girardi has not had the three or four dominant pitchers that he has needed to fill out a truly strong rotation. Going into the 2016 season, the Yankees will once again be faced with multiple...
Via The Sports Journal
21 hours ago  |  Discuss

Brian McCann 'loves' Yankees rotation, including this dark horse candidate

Mitchell, 24, made two starts in 2015 NEW YORK -- The Yankees' starting pitching rotation is basically set for 2016. It will look probably something like this: 1. Masahiro Tanaka 2. Luis Severino (or swap these two) 3. Michael Pineda 4. Nathan Eovaldi 5. CC Sabathia As long long as no one is hurt in spring training, that's probably close to how...
Via NJ.com
1 day ago  |  Discuss

4 reasons Nathan Eovaldi will be vital to Yankees' 2016 rotation

Eovaldi won 14 games last season Watch video Yankees' right-hander Nathan Eovaldi won 14 games last season, a team-high. That doesn't mean he was a team-best. Eovaldi's 4.20 ERA was fourth among starters in 2015, his win total buoyed by the second-highest run support (7.17 runs/game) in the American League. A season after allowing...
Via NJ.com
1 day ago  |  Discuss

New York Yankees: Things to watch as pitchers and catchers report

Just a little over two weeks until pitchers and catchers report for spring training. Not much has changed for the New York Yankees in their rotation or bullpen. There are a few things to look out for in the coming weeks. The first being the health of Masahiro Tanaka‘s elbow. He has had a full off-season to rehab his elbow and rest it. There are a lot of scouts and analysts around...
Via isportsweb.com
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Michael Pineda and Nathan Eovaldi are not actually the same person

When you are building a starting rotation it is usually wise to fill it with five different human beings. That’s par for the course and teams don’t tend to deviate from it. Four-man rotations can overburden arms, and cloning is far too expensive to be a feasible roster-building option. However, the New York Yankees have two guys that are suspiciously similar. Their different...
Via BP Bronx
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Nathn Eovaldi and Yankees avoid arbitation

The Yankees and right handed pitcher Nathan Eovaldi have avoided arbitration after agreeing on a one-year contract worth $5.6 million on Tuesday. Eovaldi, 25, had a bizarre 14-3 record last season while the rest of his numbers suggested a pitcher who was very hittable in the first half of the season. After some adjustments Eovaldi lowered his average against from .308 before the...
Via Tireball.com
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Eovaldi, Gregorius avoid arbitration with New York Yankees

NEW YORK (AP) Nathan Eovaldi has agreed to a $5.6 million, one-year contract with the New York Yankees, who also settled with shortstop Didi Gregorius at $2,425,000. Eovaldi earned a raise from $3.3 million after going 14-3 with a 4.20 ERA in 27 starts during his first season with New York. His agreement, announced Tuesday, was at the midpoint between the $6.3 million he had asked...
Via AP on Fox
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Yankees, Nathan Eovaldi agree to 1-year deal, avoid arbitration

Club still trying to strike pacts with Chapman, Nova Watch video The Yankees and starting pitcher Nathan Eovaldi have agreed to a one-year deal, avoiding salary arbitration, the team said Tuesday. The team didn't say how much the deal was worth, but according to CBS Sports' Jon Heyman, it was for $5.6 million. Last week, Eovaldi...
Via NJ.com
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Everything you need to know about the Yankees' arbitration cases

Catch up with the deals here Busy Friday? Didn't have a chance to keep up with the Yankees arbitration offers to players seeking a raise? We've got you covered. On Tuesday, six Yankees filed for salary arbitration. They were as follows: lefty closer Aroldis Chapman, righty pitchers Michael Pineda, Nathan Eovaldi and Ivan Nova, utility man Dustin...
Via NJ.com
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Trying to rebuild and win at the same time: It's looking a lot like 1985

The highway's jammed with broken fans, conjuring last-chance Yankee deals. Joel Sherman has listed 10 pitchers who could be "the next Nathan Eovaldi," as if his uniform is ready to be a Steiner Collectible. Nearly every pitcher will require trading Brett Gardner or Andrew Miller - plus one of our top prospects. The word is out that we will trade anybody, anybody, except the ones...
Via IT IS HIGH, IT IS FAR, IT IS caught
November 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Prospects That Could Make An Impact in 2016

The Yankees have started to make an attempt to get younger. Last year, they traded for Nathan Eovaldi and Didi Gregorious, gave rookies Luis Severino and Greg Bird prominent roles, and avoided trading top prospects. The goal of building a team that can have short term and long term success, which is what the Yankees are trying to accomplish, often starts with the use of major league...
Via BP Bronx
November 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Necessary Moves: Brett Gardner, New York Yankees

Over the next 30 days, I’ll look at 30 players—one from each team—that I believe should be traded. Some will seem obvious, just as others will seem nonsensical. Some may also seem desperate, but it’s important to understand that this list is entirely subjective. A player can be deemed movable for any of the following reasons: production (or lack thereof), current and future...
Via The Sports Post
November 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Nathan Eovaldi and the Double Edged Splitter

On June 16th, 2015, Nathan Eovaldi returned to Marlins Park to show the Marlins what they missed out on by trading him. Eovaldi didn’t get past the first inning, recording just two outs before being removed with an ugly eight runs allowed on nine hits. It was the worst outing of his career, underscoring the worst start to a season of his career. Through 13 starts, Eovaldi...
Via BP Bronx
November 09, 2015  |  Discuss

The Yankees have everything in place but second base

For the first time in two years, the Yankees will head into the winter trying to make it back to the postseason. Though losing the wild card game doesn’t really feel like making the playoffs, technically that’s considered making it these days. The Yankees Pythagorean winning percentage (.541 %) was the club’s best mark since the last time New York made the playoffs in 2012...
Via BP Bronx
October 26, 2015  |  Discuss

Congratulations to Nathan Eovaldi, 2015 Yankee leader in wins... with 14!

Via IT IS HIGH, IT IS FAR, IT IS caught
October 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Noah Syndergaard was Aroldis Chapman for one night

That a starting pitcher in Major League Baseball gains velocity as he heads to the bullpen is not a new phenomenon. At this point, it is a strategy. When a pitcher cannot last five innings consistently or fails to develop a necessary off-speed pitch, the pitcher is sent to the bullpen to see if his stuff will “play up” in shorter outings, allowing him to air out the fastball...
Via Fangraphs
October 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Who should the Yankees start in the Wild Card game?

The New York Yankees have had a pretty successful 2015, and barring a catastrophic collapse, they will return to the postseason for the first time since 2012. While they won’t end up with the AL East crown, the will play in the Wild Card game, which will likely be against the Houston Astros. The Yankees will probably face Houston ace Dallas Keuchel, who is the frontrunner for the...
Via Baseball Essential
September 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Yankees Eovaldi could pitch out of bullpen in playoffs

When the New York Yankees shut down Nathan Eovaldi with elbow inflammation a couple weeks ago, they did so with the thought that he'd be back in time for playoffs.Now? That's up in the air.Before Monday's game against the Toronto Blue Jays, manager Joe Girardi conceded that shutting Eovaldi down for the season was "completely in play" according to NJ.com.Should the hard-throwing...
Via Fox Sports
September 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Eovaldi still too sore to resume throwing

TORONTO (AP) Yankees right-hander Nathan Eovaldi still has inflammation in his sore right elbow and won't be able to resume throwing until next week, manager Joe Girardi said Monday. New York had hoped Eovaldi might be able to rejoin the rotation if New York reaches the playoffs, but Girardi acknowledged that prospect is less likely. Girardi said he hopes Eovaldi will be available...
Via AP on Fox
September 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Running Base: Yankees drop a couple close calls

The past two nights at the Stadium in the Bronx couldn’t have gone much worse for the Yankees. With the lineup already ailing with Brett Gardner and Mark Teixeira sidelined, the Yankees learned before Tuesday’s game that right-hander Nathan Eovaldi will miss the rest of the regular season with elbow inflammation. Then the club went out and lost a 2-1 game on a Chris Davis solo...
Via BP Bronx
September 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Buying and selling MLB teams on the playoff bubble

Like the last leg of the Kentucky Derby, the AL playoff race is coming down to the final moments. While the National League playoff teams are pretty much set in stone, the AL playoff picture is pretty much a “pick 'em” at this point. The Yankees, Astros, Rangers and Twins are all vying for Wild Card spots, but which teams are we buying as legitimate contenders, and which teams...
Via Sportsnaut
September 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Yankees Drop Close Game To Orioles After Injury News Worsens

After all the bad injury news on Tuesday, the Yankees' loss to the Baltimore Orioles seemed like stale icing on a very bitter cake.One after another, the announcements game, each like a body blow to the Yankees playoff hopes. Nathan Eovaldi, the Yankees one starter who’d been healthy all season, is now expected to miss the rest of the regular season with elbow inflammation. Brett...
Via Lady At The Bat
September 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Cashman: 'I do wonder' if Teixeira will return in 2015

Just a day after it was announced that New York Yankees starter Nathan Eovaldi might miss the rest of the season, Brian Cashman brought more bad news.When asked about Mark Teixeira's status, the Yankees general manager responded rather unenthusiastically:Teixeira has missed a solid chunk of time after fouling a ball off his shin and has yet to recover.As the tweet notes, Tex received...
Via Fox Sports
September 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Yankees righty Eovaldi likely out rest of regular season

NEW YORK -- Yankees pitcher Nathan Eovaldi likely is out through the end of the regular season, another injury in a series of setbacks as New York tries to win the AL East. Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said Tuesday that elbow inflammation will keep Eovaldi from throwing for two weeks, then the right-hander will need a two-week throwing program. Eovaldi's injury was diagnosed...
Via AP on Fox
September 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Eovaldi likely out thru regular season, Teixeira ailing

NEW YORK (AP) Yankees pitcher Nathan Eovaldi likely is out through the end of the regular season, another injury in a series of setbacks as New York tries to win the AL East. Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said Tuesday that elbow inflammation will keep Eovaldi from throwing for two weeks, then the right-hander will need a two-week throwing program. Eovaldi's injury was diagnosed...
Via AP on Fox
September 08, 2015  |  Discuss
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