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|2015 Season (CBSSports.com)||195.00||10.00||11.00||0.00||4.02||1.24||150.00||43.00|
|Games Played By Position|
|vs Chi. White Sox|| 5.2||1||0|| 4.76||0||3||5|
|vs LHB|| 48.2||0||0|| 4.62||0||18||36|
|vs RHB|| 68.2||0||0|| 4.06||0||15||49|
|12/25/2014||Jonathan Lucroy, C MIL|
Jason Hammel, SP CHC
Neil Walker, 2B PIT
Nathan Eovaldi, SP NYY
Oswaldo Arcia, RF MIN
|Chris Owings, 2B ARI|
Wade Davis, RP KC
Koji Uehara, RP BOS
Madison Bumgarner, SP SF
|12/24/2014||Nathan Eovaldi, SP NYY||Xander Bogaerts, SS BOS|
|12/24/2014||Alex Rodriguez, DH NYY|
Matt Joyce, LF LAA
Nathan Eovaldi, SP NYY
|Michael Pineda, SP NYY|
|Last 10 Games|
Nathan Eovaldi moves to 11-2 for Yankees
|by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com|
|(8/1/15) Yankees pitcher Nathan Eovaldi won his sixth straight start, Friday against the White Sox, improving to 11-2 on the year.
Eovaldi hasn't lost since June 16. He allowed three runs on seven hits over 5 2/3 innings. He's gone six innings just once in the last six starts.
Eovaldi walked three, struck out five and allowed his first home run since June 10.
Yankees SP Nathan Eovaldi has perhaps best start of season
|by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com|
|(7/26/15) Yankees starter Nathan Eovaldi has been bailed out by the bats often this year, which explains his 9-2 record despite a 4.43 ERA heading into his Sunday outing in Minnesota. He had allowed 127 hits in just 103 2/3 innings.
Eovaldi is now halfway to 20 wins, but not just because of offensive support. He performed quite well in shutting down the Twins. He surrendered two runs on five hits in eight innings with one walk and five strikeouts.
It wasn't until the fifth that the Yankees scored a run for him. He had fallen behind in the third on two singles and a groundout, then yielded another after his departure in the ninth when Miguel Sano, who had doubled, tallied a meaningless run.
Eovaldi has not allowed more than three runs in a start since June 16. But had not been extended into the seventh inning since June 10.
Yankees SP Nathan Eovaldi gets no-decision in 3-2 win on Tuesday
|by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer|
|(7/21/15) Yankees right-hander Nathan Eovaldi labored in his start against the Orioles on Tuesday, but the Yankees held on for the 3-2 victory. Eovaldi needed 99 pitches to go 5 2/3 innings. He allowed two runs on four hits, while walking three and striking out four.
Both runs charged to Eovaldi came in the sixth inning on a pair of RBI singles by Matt Wieters and J.J. Hardy. He left the game with the scored tied 2-2, but the Yankees were able to plate the go-ahead--and winning--run in the bottom half of the sixth.
Eovaldi watched his ERA drop to 4.43 with Tuesday's performance. The hard-throwing righty has a 2.97 ERA over his last six starts.
Yankees SP Nathan Eovaldi strikes out four in win
|by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer|
|(7/12/15) Yankees starting pitcher Nathan Eovaldi was solid during his outing against the Red Sox on Sunday.
Eovaldi tossed five innings, gave up seven hits and three runs, but did manage to strike out four batters while picking up his ninth win of the season.
Eovaldi (9-2) has a 4.50 ERA in 98 innings of work this season.
Yankees' Nathan Eovaldi gets no-decision
|by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com|
|(7/7/15) Yankees starter Nathan Eovaldi took a no-decision against Oakland on Tuesday, the first start in the last four that hasn't resulted in a win for him.
Eovaldi lasted 5 1/3 innings, the third straight outing where he's failed to go six innings. He allowed two runs, continuing a string of four starts in a row allowing two or fewer runs.
Eovaldi left with a one-run lead, but the Yankees bullpen couldn't preserve it, and the Yankees lost in extra innings.
Nathan Eovaldi gets no decision in first start for Yankees
Eye on MLB, April 10: Red Sox outlast Yankees 6-5 in 19 innings
At 6 hours, 49 minutes, it was the longest game by time in Red Sox history. After Chase Headley tied the score with a home run in the bottom of the ninth, Boston went ahead three times in extra innings, taking a lead for the final time on a sacrifice fly by Mookie Betts.
Five Up, Five Down for Week 2
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A-Rod homers but Blue Jays beat Yankees 6-3 to win series
NEW YORK (AP) Alex Rodriguez proved he's still a power threat at age 39. Daniel Norris demonstrated he's more than just a curious character living out of an old van.
Eye on MLB, April 9: The Royals would like to send you a reminder
Remember the AL champion Royals? Yeah, they are still good, sweeping the White Sox in three games at home.
|2014 Summary: No National League pitcher pounded the strike zone as often as Nathan Eovaldi did in 2014, and that wasn't necessarily a good development for the Marlins' righty. Eovaldi allowed contact at a high rate and paid for it dearly, as opponents batted .282 against him. That's how, despite a 1.9 BB/9 ratio, Eovaldi got saddled with a 1.33 WHIP. Worse yet, he stranded only 67 percent of the batters he let reach base, leaving him with a 4.37 ERA. The Marlins' offense fanned the flames, offering only 3.4 runs of support per nine innings, which left Eovaldi with a 6-14 record. The 25-year-old will attempt to deliver on his considerable upside with the Yankees, to whom he was traded in December.|
Playing time status: Eovaldi led the Marlins with 199 2/3 innings in 2014, as he proved to be healthy and durable. However, he may just serve as a placeholder for Ivan Nova, who is working his way back from Tommy John surgery.
2015 Outlook: Though he was generally prone to contact, Eovaldi notched 13 or more swinging strikes in six different starts. Just maybe the 25-year-old still has some strikeout potential, and a late-season increase in whiff rate on his slider and curve is an encouraging sign. A potential squeeze in the Yankees' rotation could put a damper on his value, as does his move to Yankee Stadium. The short right field porch could signal trouble, as Eovaldi allowed lefties to slug .438 against him last year. Eovaldi can go undrafted in standard mixed leagues, but he has some sleeper appeal in deeper formats.
|Upcoming 7 Games|
|8/4/15||BOS||7:05 pm||Henry Owens|
|8/5/15||BOS||7:05 pm||Steven Wright|
|8/6/15||BOS||7:05 pm||Eduardo Rodriguez|
|8/7/15||TOR||7:05 pm||R.A. Dickey|
|8/8/15||TOR||1:05 pm||David Price|
|8/9/15||TOR||1:05 pm||Marco Estrada|
|8/11/15||@ CLE||7:10 pm||Carlos Carrasco|
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