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Nathan Eovaldi's Reported Deal With Red Sox Could Offer Short- And Long-Term Benefit

12 days ago   |   By NESN

The Boston Red Sox are doing all they can to prop open their World Series window.
Boston made a bold move Thursday, reportedly re-signing right-handed pitcher and playoff hero Nathan Eovaldi to a four-year contract worth nearly $70 million.
That's quite a commitment both in terms of years and money for a pitcher who already has had Tommy John surgery twice and has eclipsed 155 innings in a season just once in his career. It's a heavy financial investment for a pitcher who's never been to an All-Star Game let alone finished in the top 10 of Cy Young Award voting.
But at the risk of...
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Red Sox, free agent Nathan Eovaldi agree to four-year, $67.5 million deal, reports say

12 days ago   |   By CBSSports

Eovaldi was a big part of Boston's championship run last season
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Red Sox to re-sign Nathan Eovaldi

12 days ago   |   By Yardbarker

The Red Sox have struck a deal to bring back righty Nathan Eovaldi, according to Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic. Terms of the agreement, which is pending a physical, have yet to be reported. This was a match that MLBTR predicted in its listing of the top fifty MLB free agents. Frankly, that was one of the easier situations to predict, given Eovaldi's stirring run for the World Series champs. Both the upside and the uncertainty that come with Eovaldi's flame-throwing right arm are well known. Having witnessed him up close for several months, concluding with a trial by fire on the game's...
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Report: Red Sox, Nathan Eovaldi agree to contract

12 days ago   |   By Sportsnet

The defending World Series champions have reportedly brought back a significant piece of their starting rotation.
On Thursday, the Boston Red Sox agreed to terms on a new deal with free agent Nathan Eovaldi , according to The Athletic's Ken Rosenthal.
Free-agent RHP Nathan Eovaldi in agreement with RedSox , pending physical, sources tell The Athletic.
- Ken Rosenthal December 6, 2018
Eovaldi, who Boston acquired in a trade with the Tampa Bay on July 25, posted a 6-7 record in 21 starts between the Red Sox and Rays last season to go along with a 3.81 ERA. After being traded to Boston, the...
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Nathan Eovaldi, Red Sox Reportedly Agree to 4-Year Contract in Free Agency

12 days ago   |   By Bleacher Report

Starting pitcher Nathan Eovaldi agreed to a deal to return to the Boston Red Sox on Thursday pending a physical, according to Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic. Chris Cotillo of MassLive...
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Source: Eovaldi agrees to deal with Red Sox

12 days ago   |   By MLB News

Right-hander Nathan Eovaldi has agreed to a deal with the Red Sox, pending a physical, a source tells MLB.com's Mark Feinsand. MLB Network insider Ken Rosenthal was first to report the agreement.
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Yankees whiff again as Red Sox land playoff hero Nathan Eovaldi

Yankees whiff again as Red Sox land playoff hero Nathan Eovaldi

12 days ago   |   By New York Post

The Yankees will keep looking. Nathan Eovaldi will not be their answer and will be their enemy, as the free-agent right-hander agreed to a deal with the Red Sox on Thursday morning pending a physical, The Athletic reported. Terms of the contract were not yet known, but Fancred had reported it was in the four...
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Nathan Eovaldi agrees to deal to remain with Red Sox

12 days ago   |   By Yardbarker

The Boston Red Sox have agreed to a deal that will keep one of the biggest heroes of their 2018 postseason run with the team for years to come. Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reported on Thursday that starting pitcher Nathan Eovaldi and the Red Sox have reached agreement on a new contract. Eovaldi has extensive experience pitching in the AL East. He made 10 starts for the Rays before being acquired by the Red Sox in a trade last season, and he posted a 3.81 ERA in 111 total innings in 2018. He spent time with the New York Yankees prior to pitching in Tampa Bay, and he was out for a while...
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MLB hot stove: Nathan Eovaldi to re-sign with Red Sox, report says

MLB hot stove: Nathan Eovaldi to re-sign with Red Sox, report says

12 days ago   |   By Sporting News

Eovaldi came to Boston in a July trade with Tampa Bay and played a key role in the run to the World Series title.
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Reports: Playoff hero Eovaldi agrees with Red Sox

12 days ago   |   By ESPN

Nathan Eovaldi is returning to the Boston Red Sox after agreeing to re-sign with the team, according to multiple reports.
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MLB Rumors: Nathan Eovaldi, Red Sox Agree To Terms On Contract

12 days ago   |   By NESN

Nathan Eovaldi isn't going anywhere.
The Boston Red Sox agreed to terms with the free agent right-hander to keep him in Boston, The Athletic's Ken Rosenthal reported Thursday morning, citing sources. The deal is pending a physical, Rosenthal noted, and other reports indicated the two sides were working on a four-year contract.
Boston acquired Eovaldi from the Tampa Bay Rays shortly before the 2018 deadline, and the hard-throwing righty did all that was asked of him down the stretch and into the playoffs. Eovaldi won his two playoff starts and also proved to be an invaluable piece pitching...
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Nathan Eovaldi re-signs with the Red Sox

12 days ago   |   By HardballTalk

His deal with Boston is pending a physical
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Red Sox To Re-Sign Nathan Eovaldi

12 days ago   |   By MLB Trade Rumors

The Red Sox have struck a deal to bring back righty Nathan Eovaldi , according to Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic. Terms of the agreement, which is pending a physical, have yet to be reported.
This was a match that MLBTR predicted in its listing of the top fifty MLB free agents. Frankly, that was one of the easier situations to predict, given Eovaldi's stirring run for the World Series champs.
Both the upside and the uncertainty that come with Eovaldi's flamethrowing right arm are well-known. Having witnessed him up close for several months, concluding with a trial by fire on the game's...
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Report: Red Sox, Eovaldi agree to deal

12 days ago   |   By TheScore

The Boston Red Sox and right-handed pitcher Nathan Eovaldi have reportedly agreed to a new deal pending a physical, according to Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic. Terms of the contract are not yet known. More to come. Copyright © 2018 Score Media Ventures Inc. All rights reserved. Certain content reproduced under license.
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MLB Rumors: Red Sox ‘Zero In' On Nathan Eovaldi; Deal Likely?

12 days ago   |   By NESN

We'll be honest: There's not a whole lot to this Nathan Eovaldi update, but if you're a Boston Red Sox fan, it's good news nonetheless.
That's because this is a positive update, as The Athletic's Ken Rosenthal reported Wednesday night, citing sources, that the Red Sox are “zeroing in” on free agent pitcher Nathan Eovaldi. Rosenthal clarified that while a deal wasn't yet done, an agreement is becoming “increasingly likely.” Talks between the Red Sox and Eovaldi were said to be getting serious earlier Wednesday, according to other reports.
The Red Sox acquired the right-handed pitcher from...
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