Nathan Eovaldi

#30 SP / N.Y. Yankees Yankees / EXP: 5YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 215 lb Age: 25 College: None Bats/Throws R/R

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      New York Yankees' Nathan Eovaldi Would have made ALDS roster

      Eovaldi (elbow) would have been on the ALDS roster had the Yankees advanced, The NY Post reports. After missing most of the final month of the season with elbow inflammation, it appears as though Eovaldi had made enough progress to pitch in meaningful situations, but just ran out of time. It's still encouraging news that he should be able to undergo a normal offseason and rejoin the rotation by the time spring training starts.

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      P Nathan Eovaldi (elbow) working his way back to Yankees

      Yankeesstarter Nathan Eovaldi (elbow) threw a simulated game Monday, Joe Lemire of USA Today reports. Eovaldi has now been able to throw regularly for over a week and appears to be a candidate to rejoin the team should they advance to the American League Division Series. While he's likely not stretched out enough to return to the rotation, he should be at least available out of the bullpen.

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      Report: Yankees SP CC Sabathia opts for rehab over postseason

      Yankees veteran left-hander CC Sabathia will miss the postseason after deciding to check himself into alcohol rehab, Ben Nicholson-Smith of Sportsnet reports. There's a question as to whether he would have made the postseason roster anyway, but now that has been solved. With him out, it seems likely the Yankees would return Nathan Eovaldi for the American League Division Series if he's healthy. Otherwise they may decide to go with a three-man rotation if they get past Houston.

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      Yankees' Nathan Eovaldi progressing in recovery from elbow injury

      Yankees pitcher Nathan Eovaldi (elbow) played catch Monday, Sweeny Murti of Sportsradio 66 WFAN reports. It's the third time in four days that Eovaldi was able to play catch, clearly an encouraging sign after suffering from elbow inflammation. Per manager Joe Girardi, Eovaldi won't be on the roster should the Yankees be in the Wild Card game, but could be a candidate to join the bullpen if the team continues to advance.

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      Yankees (elbow) Nathan Eovaldi plays catch

      Yankees pitcher Nathan Eovaldi (elbow) played catch Friday and Saturday, the NY Daily News reports. Eovaldi was initially planning to throw last Monday, but that got delayed as he was still dealing with inflammation. It's an encouraging sign that he was able to throw on consecutive days, but at this point Eovaldi will likely only serve as a bullpen option in the postseason, if he's able to to return this year at all.

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      Yankees pitcher Nathan Eovaldi looking to play catch on Monday

      Yankees pitcher Nathan Eovaldi (elbow) hopes to play catch Monday, Meredith Marakovits of the YES Network reports. Eovaldi has already officially been ruled out for the remainder of the regular season with inflammation in his right elbow, but throwing would mark a good first step toward returning to the mound. Depending on how far the Yankees advance, the 25-year-old could potentially return at some point during the postseason, though it could come in a bullpen role.

    • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

      Yankees' Cashman indicates Eovaldi might not pitch until October

      It appears Yankees starting pitcher Nathan Eovaldi might not make another start during the 2015 regular season. General manager Brian Cashman said Tuesday the right-hander might not be available until October, which likely means he won't return unless the Yankees make the playoffs. It was announced Monday that Eovaldi would be sidelined for at least two weeks due to elbow inflammation.

    • by Marty Gitlin |

      Yankees SP Nathan Eovaldi (elbow) to miss two weeks

      The Yankees have confirmed that elbow inflammation will sideline slumping right-hander Nathan Eovaldi for two weeks. Eovaldi has not been a victim of such bad luck all year. He owns a 14-3 record despite a mediocre 4.20 ERA. He ranks second in the American League with an average of 7.18 runs received per game. Eovaldi is even 1-1 over his last two starts despite yielding eight runs in 10 1/3 innings. Barring a setback, the Yankees should get him back for the last two weeks of the regular season and a very llikely playoff run.

    • by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

      Yankees SP Nathan Eovaldi picks up first loss since June

      Nathan Eovaldi has been a pleasant surprise for the Yankees in their chase for the division title, but Saturday, the starter had his first stumble since June, dropping a decision to the Rays. Eovaldi pitched well, giving up just three runs on five hits, but struggled with his command, walking four hitters. That drove his pitch count up, and he was lifted after 5 1/3 innings and 102 pitches. Eovaldi (14-3) had one nine straight decisions since a June 16 defeat at the hands of the Marlins. He still leads in the AL in win percentage.

    • by Marty Gitlin |

      Tons of runs allow Yankees SP Nathan Eovaldi to win Sunday

      It's hard to believe considering his team scored three touchdowns and a safety Sunday in Atlanta that Yankees starter Nathan Eovaldi didn't have a victory wrapped up upon finishing his outing. He led just 8-5 after five mediocre innings in which he allowed five runs on eight hits with two walks and seven strikeouts. The Yankees piled on late for a 20-6 thrashing of the Braves. Eovaldi gave up two runs in the third on RBI singles by Freddie Freeman and A.J. Pierzynski and three more in the fifth on run-scoring hits by Andrelton Simmons and Jonny Gomes. The five runs was the most Eovaldi has surrendered since June 16. He has received plenty of run support this season, as his 14-2 record despite a 4.17 ERA attests.

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