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30 Nathan Eovaldi SP
Height/Weight: 6-2/215 | Birthdate: 2/13/1990 | Birthplace: Houston, TX | Bats/Throws: R/R | Team: New York | College: None | MLB Experience: 5 | Salary: $502,000 | Owned/Started%: 58/32 | Average Draft Position: 209.42
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Yankees pitcher Nathan Eovaldi looking to build off strong outing


by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(4/25/2015) Yankees pitcher Nathan Eovaldi is hoping to continue his hot start Sunday when he takes the hill against the Mets. Manager Joe Girardi is hoping to see more of the same, including his devastating slide, reports The Journal News.

"I saw in Detroit the best slider I've seen him have. I thought it had great depth," Girardi said. "I thought he threw his curve ball well. They had a predominantly right-handed lineup, so maybe he didn't throw as many splits as in some of the other games. Probably as important as anything, I thought he pitched inside to them. You throw 95, 96 and you're able to pitch inside for strikes and a little bit off the plate, guys aren't really comfortable. That's really important."

Eovaldi is 1-0 with a 3.12 ERA and 14 strikeouts in 17 1/3 innings pitched this season.

"I think sometimes because he's been up a few years, people forget about how young he really is," Girardi said. "He's a young starting pitcher. He's still developing. When you learn how to do some of the things he’s learning how to do, it just makes you that much more effective."


Yanks' starter Nathan Eovaldi goes seven strong for first win


by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer
(4/21/2015) Starting pitcher Nathan Eovaldi (1-0) pitched into the eighth inning on Tuesday, allowing one run on eight hits to earn his first win as a Yankee.

Eovaldi struck out four and was never in any trouble until a leadoff double in the eighth inning, at which put the right hander turned it over to the bullpen.

"I moved my arm a little closer to my body in my last bullpen [session], and I was able to keep it there for most of the game," Eovaldi said. '"It really helped my command."

Eovaldi will get his first taste of the Subway Series on Sunday when his next start will be at home against the Mets.


Yankees SP Nathan Eovaldi winless in last six road starts


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(4/21/2015) Yankees starting pitcher Nathan Eovaldi heads into Tuesday's start at Detroit with a 2-1 record and 2.96 ERA in eight career starts in March/April. However, he hasn't had a ton of success on the road recently.

Eovaldi is winless in his last six road starts, including Wednesday against the Orioles. He is 0-5 with a 6.23 ERA in that span. It is the longest road losing streak of his career. 

The Tigers enter play Tuesday with 70 runs, which is tied for the fourth-highest total in the majors. They are also second in the majors with a .308 batting average against right-handed pitchers.


Yankees' Nathan Eovaldi strikes out nine in no-decision


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(4/15/2015) Yankees pitcher Nathan Eovaldi didn't factor into the decision Wednesday, giving up two earned runs on eight hits and three walks in five innings while striking out nine in his team's 7-5 loss to the Orioles.

Eovaldi put plenty of people on base throughout the start but was able to lean on his strikeout ability to limit the damage to an RBI single in the first inning and a solo home run in the fourth.

"In the first inning and the fourth inning I threw a lot of pitches," Eovaldi said after the game, per The Journal News. "I have to do a better job of getting deep into games. It’s early in the season, but still. When I get the quick outs, I need to bounce back from that and keep attacking the zone. I know a lot of times when I did get quick outs, I fell behind 2-0, then it’s 2-1 and they’re battling back and fouling off more pitches."

He takes a 4.35 ERA and 10:4 K:BB ratio in 10 1/3 innings into a matchup with the Tigers next week.


Nathan Eovaldi gets no decision in first start for Yankees


by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer
(4/11/2015) Yankees starter Nathan Eovaldi was touched for three runs on eight hits in 5.1 innings of work Friday to take a no-decision against the Red Sox in a game that lasted 19 innings.

Yanks starter Nathan Eovaldi shakes off rough first inning against Nats


by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer
(4/4/2015) The Nationals jumped all over Yankees pitcher Nathan Eovaldi for three runs in the first inning but the right hander settled down and did not allow a run the rest of his start, going 5.0 innings and striking out six on Saturday.

Eovaldi came into Saturday's game with a 0.66 ERA for the spring but saw it spike to 1.93.

Yankees' Nathan Eovaldi tosses scoreless outing Sunday


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(3/29/2015) Yankees pitcher Nathan Eovaldi allowed just three hits in 4 2/3 scoreless innings while striking out five and walking none in his team's 7-0 win over the Astros Sunday.

Eovaldi gave up a run in his spring debut but has strung together three straight scoreless outings to head into the spring's final week with a 0.66 ERA in 13 2/3 innings. He's also racked up 14 strikeouts without walking a batter.

"All of my pitches are working really well right now. I’ve just got to work on rushing to the plate," Eovaldi said to ESPNNewYork.com.

"I worked a lot of 3-2 counts. It was just tough for me to put them away," he said. "I felt like they were fouling off every pitch. I felt like I’d get ahead 1-2, 0-2 and then they’d work the count 3-2. It’s important to me to be able to put them away with one or two pitches."


Yankees tab Masahiro Tanaka for Opening Day start


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(3/27/2015) Yankees manager Joe Girardi announced Friday starting pitcher Masahiro Tanaka will start Opening Day (April 6) against the Blue Jays. It will be his first Opening Day start.

Girardi added Tanaka will be followed in the rotation by Michael Pineda, CC Sabathia and Nathan Eovaldi. Sabathia has started the last six openers for New York.

“We feel that’s the way it works the best. We feel that gives everybody a chance to be pretty ready,” Girardi said, per the New York Post. “Tanaka will be on a little bit of a pitch count the first time. We just like the way it works for our guys.”

The Yankees have not yet officially announced a fifth starter, but general manager Brian Cashman indicated earlier this week Adam Warren is the favorite to land the final spot in the rotation.

Tanaka and Sabathia were considered the top two candidates to start Opening Day. However, Girardi held off in making the decision as he wanted to see how both pitchers responded this spring coming off injury-plagued campaigns in 2014. While Sabathia is coming off knee surgery, Tanaka did not undergo surgery last season for a partially torn UCL. Although, he did miss a few months due to the elbow injury.

Tanaka is 1-1 with a 1.74 ERA in three spring starts. He also has 12 strikeouts to just one walk in 10 1/3 innings.


Yankees' Nathan Eovaldi goes 4 2/3 innings vs. minor leaguers


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(3/24/2015) Yankees pitcher Nathan Eovaldi continued a strong spring with a 75-pitch outing against Blue Jays minor leaguers on Tuesday. He struck out five and allowed only one run over 4 2/3 innings of work. Pitching coach Larry Rothschild was present for Eovaldi's outing, per NJ.com.

"He's a guy that has a chance to get better and better as long as he's heading in the right direction," Rothschild said. "And that's what he's doing."


Yankees' Nathan Eovaldi continues to impress throughout spring


by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(3/15/2015) Yankees pitcher Nathan Eovaldi threw four innings Sunday, recording three strikeouts and surrendering just two hits. Manager Joe Girardi couldn't ask for anything else from the right-hander, reports MLB.com.

"You can't expect much more," Girardi said. "We're really excited to have him in camp with us as one of our starters. We think he can do a really good job for us."

Eovaldi, who threw 30 strikes in 45 pitches, continues to strive for more.
"I take pride in trying to get better. You don't want to stay the same," Eovaldi said. "Being able to elevate the ball is one thing I struggled with last year. I'd throw it way too high. I'm able to get the ball up in the zone and then also keep it down, and then the offspeed pitches are there, too."

Yankees' Pineda, Eovaldi combine for five scoreless innings


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(3/9/2015) Yankees starting pitchers Michael Pineda and Nathan Eovaldi combined for five scoreless innings during Monday's spring game against the Rays.

Pineda, who was making his spring debut, opened the game with two scoreless innings. He allowed one hit and racked up two strikeouts.

"I like the command and my offspeed pitches," said Pineda, who threw 17 of 25 pitches for strikes, per MLB.com. "My changeup and my slider are very good today. I'm excited because the command is there and everything is good."

Eovaldi, who was making his second spring outing, pitched three innings in relief. He allowed three hits, but he also recorded five strikeouts. Eovaldi lowered his ERA from 4.50 to 1.80.

"I felt like I did pretty good," Eovaldi said. "I ran into some trouble in the second inning, but I was able to get out of a jam. I felt good for the most part. It felt like I was rushing a little bit on some of my offspeed pitches, but other than that, I felt pretty good."


Yankees pitcher Nathan Eovaldi happy with debut for New York


by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(3/4/2015) Yankees pitcher Nathan Eovaldi made his debut in pinstripes Wednesday, throwing two innings and allowing two hits and one earned run.

"It's definitely special," Eovaldi said. "It's the same game. You're just in a different uniform. That's the mentality I was trying to take out there to compete."

Eovaldi is building his relationship with Brian McCann as he looks to be a workhouse in the rotation.

"Everything has been good," Eovaldi said. "I got to throw one bullpen [session] with him previously. He's awesome back there. Today, I told him I just wanted to work on moving the ball in and out and work on the split. He said, 'Let's go.'"


Yankees to start Warren, Eovaldi, Rogers during first three games


by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(3/1/2015) The Yankees will open the first three games of spring training with pitchers Adam Warren, Nathan Eovaldi and Esmil Rogers as their starting pitchers, reports Newsday. All three are expected to compete for a fifth or sixth starting rotation spot.

Rothschild: Yankees pondering using a sixth starter in April and May


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(2/18/2015) Yankees pitching coach Larry Rothschild said Wednesday the team is considering using a sixth starter at times in April and May to help reduce a potential early strain on their rotation, per MLB.com. The Yankees have a stretch of 30 games in 31 days beginning April 17.

"It's a result of some of the stuff that's gone on over the last few years, not just here, but everywhere," Rothschild said. "We're aware of situations here and early in the season, we need to get these guys through these stretches. Being that possibly early in the spring, some of them aren't going to be able to throw a lot, we're going to need to build them up too and give them the extra days when we can."

CC Sabathia, Masahiro Tanaka, Michael Pineda, Nathan Eovaldi and Chris Capuano are expected to make up the team's five-man rotation. However, Tanaka, Sabathia and Pineda were all injured last season, as the Yankees used 13 starting pitchers.

Bryan MitchellEsmil RogersAdam Warren and Chase Whitley are some of the other pitchers that will be stretched out this spring.

"It'd be nice to go through a season with five starters, but there's a good chance we're not going to," Rothschild said. "There's a good chance every team in baseball won't, so it doesn't hurt to see who might fit in as a sixth starter."


Yankees' Nathan Eovaldi thrilled to be working with Larry Rothschild


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(2/12/2015) Yankees starting pitcher Nathan Eovaldi has already thrown several bullpens with pitching coach Larry Rothschild in attendance, according to the New York Daily News. The right-hander, who was acquired in an offseason trade with Miami, is thrilled to be working with Rothschild.

"We've already begun to work on things," said Eovaldi, who added two are working on offspeed pitches and consistency. "He's awesome. It's going to be a lot of fun working with him this year."

Eovaldi achieved a lot of career highs in 2014, including games started (33), innings pitched (199 2/3 innings) and strikeouts (142). However, he still wants to improve in a few areas.

"Ups and downs," Eovaldi said on evaluating his 2014 season. "I accomplished a lot that I wanted to. I stayed healthy. I got a lot of innings under my belt, controlled my walks. But my ERA was a lot higher than I would've liked it to been and I gave up too many hits."


Yankees' Nathan Eovaldi working on improving his changeup


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(1/22/2015) Yankees pitching coach Larry Rothschild has expressed interest in helping starting pitcher Nathan Eovaldi fine tune his changeup and get his slider down in the zone more this spring, according to MLB.com.

Eovaldi added he has worked more on his changeup this offseason in order to move away from a predictable fastball-slider combination.

"It's pretty much No. 1 right now," Eovaldi said. "My goal toward the end of the season, my last two or three games with the Marlins, I was working on a changeup -- kind of like a split-finger [fastball], in a way. It's been feeling great. I felt comfortable with it toward the end of the season last year, and this offseason, I've been able to pick up pretty much where I left off.

"I feel like in a way, because I rely on my fastball so much and my walks were down, batters were starting to be more selective and wait for the fastball. Toward the end of the season, I started moving the ball in and out a lot better, and I'll continue that this year, mixing in offspeed pitches. I think it'll be a different year, for sure."


Yankees sign pitcher Nathan Eovaldi to one-year deal


by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(1/17/2015) The Yankees have announced the signing of pitcher Nathan Eovaldi to a one-year, non-guaranteed contract to avoid arbitration. Eovaldi will reportedly make $3.3 million, according to the New York Daily News

Eovaldi was traded from the Marlins in December as a part of a five-player trade. He posted a 4.37 ERA with 142 strikeouts over 199 2/3 innings as a starter in Miami. 


Report: Yanks reach agreement with Eovaldi, Carpenter


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(1/16/2015) The Yankees have reached arbitration settlements with pitchers Nathan Eovaldi and David Carpenter, a source told the New York Daily News on Friday. Eovaldi, who was recently acquired in a trade with the Marlins, will make approximately $3.3 million next season. Carpenter is due to make approximately $1.3 million.

Marlins, Yankees formally announce five-player trade


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(12/19/2014) The Marlins and Yankees formally announced a five player trade on Friday, per MLB.com. The Marlins acquired infielder Martin Prado and pitcher David Phelps from New York in exchange for Nathan Eovaldi, Garrett Jones and Domingo German. Miami also received an undisclosed amount of cash in the deal.

Prado hit .282 with 12 homers and 58 RBI in 143 games played between the Yankees and Diamondbacks. Phelps went 5-5 with a 4.38 ERA and 92 strikeouts over 113 innings pitched. 

Eovaldi registered a 4.37 ERA, a 1.33 WHIP and 142:43 K:BB ratio over 199 2/3 innings as a starter in Miami. Jones hit .246 with 15 homers and 53 RBI over 496 at-bats in his lone season with the Marlins.


Marlins acquire Martin Prado in trade with Yankees


by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(12/19/2014) CBSSports.com Baseball Insider Jon Heyman has confirmed the Yankees have traded third baseman Martin Prado and pitcher David Phelps to the Marlins in exchange for pitcher Nathan Eovaldi, first baseman Garrett Jones and Domingo German. The Marlins will also receive an undisclosed amount of cash in the deal.

Marlins lock down all five arbitration-eligible players


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(12/2/2014) The Marlins have tendered all five of their arbitration-eligible players, according to MLB.com on Tuesday. Those players include: closer Steve Cishek, reliever Mike Dunn, starter Nathan Eovaldi, infielder Casey McGehee and starter Henderson Alvarez.

Report: Marlins have discussed Eovaldi-Miley trade


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(11/24/2014) The Marlins, who are seeking a veteran starting pitcher, have discussed trading starting pitcher Nathan Eovaldi or a pitching prospect to the Diamondbacks for starting pitcher Wade Miley, according The Miami Herald.

Eovaldi was 6-14 with a 4.37 ERA in 33 starts last season, while Miley went 8-12 with a 4.34 ERA in 33 starts. Both players have four years of MLB experience.


Nathan Eovaldi can't get any run support in final start


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(9/27/2014) Marlins pitcher Nathan Eovaldi posted a quality start but was not backed by much run support in his final start of the season Saturday afternoon against Washington, dropping to 6-13 on the year. The right-hander permitted two runs on eight hits and three walks while striking out five over seven innings of a 5-1 defeat.

Eovaldi had a hard time receiving run support during the final stretch of the season.Miami scored more than three runs just once in his final eight starts and as a result, his last win came on Aug. 8. He finished the year with a 4.37 ERA, a 1.33 WHIP and 142:43 K:BB ratio over 199 2/3 innings of work.


Nathan Eovaldi rocked in loss vs. Mets Tuesday


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(9/16/2014) Marlins pitcher Nathan Eovaldi took a loss Tuesday, allowing six earned runs on six hits and two walks in 4 1/3 innings while striking out two in his team's 9-1 defeat against the Mets.

Eovaldi (6-12) first ran into trouble in the fourth inning, when the Mets were able to plate four runners. He then watched the two runners he left on base in the fifth come home on a three-run blast. Now 0-6 over his last seven starts, Eovaldi owns a 4.48 ERA and 133:40 K:BB ratio in 186 2/3 innings. He's scheduled to face the Nationals Sunday.


Nathan Eovaldi roughed up by the Brewers


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(9/12/2014) Marlins pitcher Nathan Eovaldi took the loss Thursday night against the Brewers, dropping to 6-11 on the year. He allowed four runs on eight hits and two walks while striking out one over four innings pitched.

Over his last two starts covering 10 1/3 innings, Eovaldi has allowed seven earned runs. He owns a 4.29 ERA and a 1.32 WHIP over 30 starts (182 1/3 innings). His next start will come Tuesday in New York against the Mets.