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Nick Pivetta
Boston Red Sox P
  • HT/WT
    6' 5'' , 210 lbs
  • Birthdate
    02/14/1993 (31)
  • College
    New Mexico Junior College
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Nick Pivetta Draws Tough Matchup To Open Second Half

Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Nick Pivetta will draw a tough assignment in his first start out of the All-Star break when he heads to the mound for Friday's series opener against the Los Angeles Dodgers at Chavez Ravine. Pivetta produced a nice first half for the BoSox, striking out 88 batters and walking just 20 with a strong 1.11 WHIP across 75 1/3 innings of action. Fantasy managers will want to see the 31-year-old Canadian right-hander improve on his mediocre 4.18 ERA in 14 starts, though. While there's reason to believe Pivetta's ability to stabilize ratios for fantasy managers will translate to greater success overall down the stretch, he'll be hard to trust on Friday against a vaunted Dodgers offense that ranks third in runs scored (479) and home runs (129) this season.

07/17/2024 21:44
Nick Pivetta Piles Up 10 Strikeouts But Takes Loss

Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Nick Pivetta racked up 10 strikeouts in Wednesday's solid start against the visiting Oakland Athletics, but he was still saddled with the loss. Pivetta gave up four runs on six hits and two on Wednesday, but after fanning Athletics catcher Shea Langeliers for his 10th strikeout, he tied Roger Clemens for the second time this season with his eighth consecutive punchout. The 31-year-old right-hander sports some impressive ratios with an 88:20 K:BB over 75 1/3 frames for the Red Sox in 2024, but his 4.18 ERA leaves a bit to be desired, as he puts the ball in the air too often.

07/11/2024 00:47
Nick Pivetta Gets Back On Track Thursday

Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Nick Pivetta diced up the Miami Marlins on Thursday, striking out 10 in what ended up being a 6-5 extra-innings win. It was a tough-luck no-decision for Pivetta in this one, as he didn't allow a run in his seven innings of work and left with a 2-0 lead. He only gave up one hit and two walks on the day as the Marlins were completely overmatched by the righty. It had been a struggle for Pivetta in his previous four starts, where he saw his ERA climb from 3.40 to 4.52, but this game showed his immense upside and the reason it is hard to get away from him in fantasy.

07/05/2024 00:47
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