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Nathan Eovaldi
Texas Rangers P
  • HT/WT
    6' 2'' , 217 lbs
  • Birthdate
    02/13/1990 (34)
  • Draft Info
    Undrafted
  • Status
    Inactive
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Nathan Eovaldi Goes Seven Strong Against Rays

Texas Rangers starting pitcher Nathan Eovaldi continued to pitch well on Sunday, tossing seven innings of two-run ball against the Tampa Bay Rays and earning a win in the process. Eovaldi allowed only four hits while walking none and striking out five. The only runs he allowed were a two-run homer given up in the third inning to Jose Caballero. This marks his third start in a row of seven innings and his second quality start in that stretch. He has also given up just five hits and walked none in his last two efforts combined. Eovaldi seems to be more streaky than the average pitcher, but his good stretches can be dominant like what we are seeing now, making him a great fantasy option when he is on.

Source MLB.com
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07/08/2024 00:55
Nathan Eovaldi Activated And Starting On Tuesday

Texas Rangers starting pitcher Nathan Eovaldi (groin) has been activated from the 15-day injured list ahead of Tuesday's game against the Arizona Diamondbacks. The right-hander is set to take the mound on Tuesday following a three-week absence due to a lingering groin issue. Before going down, Eovaldi was pitching well in the middle of the Rangers rotation. He'll carry a 2.61 ERA, 1.16 WHIP, and 44/19 K/BB ratio through seven starts into Tuesday's game. Eovaldi will be on a pitch count in his return on Tuesday, according to manager Bruce Bochy, so he'll have a much lower ceiling in his first game back.

Source Evan Grant
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05/28/2024 18:30
Nathan Eovaldi Throws Another Bullpen, Close To Returning

Texas Rangers starting pitcher Nathan Eovaldi (groin) threw another bullpen session ahead of Friday's game against the Minnesota Twins at Target Field. Although Eovaldi is close to returning to the mound, the club's training staff hasn't decided if he will need a brief minor-league rehab assignment before returning to the major-league action. The hard-throwing 34-year-old is working his way back from a strained right groin, and he appears to have a chance to rejoin Texas' rotation as early as Sunday's series finale against the Twins with the Rangers' pitching staff so shorthanded at the moment. Eovaldi was 2-2 with a sharp 2.61 ERA, 1.16 WHIP, and 44:19 K:BB over seven starts (41 1/3 innings) before getting hurt, and his return should come before the end of May if all continues to go well in his recovery in the coming days.

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05/25/2024 00:08
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