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Year fpts
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Innings Pitched
Base on Balls (Walk)
Earned Run Average
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2023 0.00 0.00
2022 247.512.4 109.3 6 3 103 20 3.87 1.23
2021 415.513 182.3 11 9 195 35 3.75 1.19
3y Avg. 257.512.9 113.3 7 5 117 21 3.81 1.21
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  • Rangers' Nathan Eovaldi: Sharp again Wednesday

    Eovaldi threw five scoreless innings in a Cactus League start Wednesday against the White Sox. Deploying mostly cutters and sliders, Eovaldi scattered five hits and one walk across his five scoreless frames while racking up four strikeouts. He has yet to allow a run through 10.1 innings this spring and boasts an overall 13:1 K:BB. The 33-year-old right-hander battled a side injury in the early part of camp but now looks fully ready to take his first scheduled turn in the Rangers' season-opening starting rotation. Texas signed Eovaldi to a two-year, $34 million contract in December.
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  • Rangers' Nathan Eovaldi: Returns to spring rotation

    Eovaldi (side) allowed four hits and struck out five over 3.1 scoreless innings in Friday's spring start against the Brewers. This was Eovaldi's second Cactus League start but first since he sustained a side injury at the beginning of the month. The right-hander's fastball, which averaged 95.8 mph last season, sat in the upper 90s, touching 99 mph multiple times, per Kennedi Landry of "I felt like I was ahead in the counts, felt like I used all my pitches," the pitcher said. "The only thing I need to work on doing better at is executing with two strikes." With Jacob deGrom ready to start Sunday, it looks like the Rangers' projected rotation is healthy as the regular season looms. As suggested earlier by manager Bruce Bochy, both Eovaldi and deGrom could be on restricted counts early.
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  • Rangers' Nathan Eovaldi: Likely restricted early

    Texas manager Bruce Bochy acknowledged Wednesday that Eovaldi (side) is likely to be on a restrictive pitch count to start the season, Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News reports. The reports indicates a pitch count for both Eovaldi and Jacob deGrom (side) in the 75 to 80 range, which roughly translates to five innings. In that event, Dane Dunning, Glenn Otto or Cole Ragans could act as a piggyback option. Eovaldi recently returned to game action, firing off a couple of innings against Double-A hitters.
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  • Rangers' Nathan Eovaldi: Faces Double-A hitters

    Eovaldi (side) threw two innings against Double-A Northwest Arkansas on Monday, Kennedi Landry of reports. Eovaldi, who's been battling tightness in his left side, allowed a pair of hits and struck out two while landing 22 of 29 pitches in the zone. "It's definitely nice being back out there. I threw all my pitches and mixed everything in there. There were a couple times where I was 0-2 or 1-2 on guys and just didn't quite finish the pitches where I wanted to," the right-hander said. Eovaldi expects to be ready for the start of the regular season. He could get as many as three more appearances leading up to Opening Day.
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  • Rangers' Nathan Eovaldi: Starting Triple-A game Monday

    Eovaldi (side) will start the Rangers' Triple-A game in Surprise on Monday, Kennedi Landry of reports. Both Eovaldi and Jacob deGrom (side) will be in action Monday, but on the backfields of Surprise Stadium rather than in the MLB portion. Eovaldi has been out of action because of tightness in his left side, but the shutdown appears to be more precautionary than concerning. Assuming good health over the next few weeks, there's a strong chance Eovaldi is a part of the Rangers' rotation to begin the 2023 season.
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  • Rangers' Nathan Eovaldi: Set for light bullpen session

    Rangers manager Bruce Bochy said Eovaldi (side) will throw a light bullpen session Wednesday, Levi Weaver of The Athletic reports. While Eovaldi isn't throwing a full bullpen session, he'll be on the bump for the first time since experiencing some left side tightness last week. He's more built up than most others in camp because he had been preparing for the World Baseball Classic, so Eovaldi should be good to go for the regular season if he can avoid any setbacks over the next couple of weeks.
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  • Rangers' Nathan Eovaldi: Yet to resume mound work

    Eovaldi (side) has not yet been cleared to resume throwing off a mound, Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News reports. The right-hander is making progress in his recovery from left side stiffness, though, according to Rangers general manager Chris Young. Young also noted that because Eovaldi came to camp more built up in preparation of the World Baseball Classic (he's since dropped out), the missed time isn't expected to be a significant setback. The Rangers remain optimistic he'll be ready for Opening Day.
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  • Rangers' Nathan Eovaldi: Battling side tightness

    Rangers general manager Chris Young said Eovaldi won't make his next scheduled Cactus League start due to left side tightness, Evan Grant of The Dallas Morning News reports. Young compared Eovaldi's situation to the one that plagued Jacob deGrom earlier in camp, though deGrom appears to have moved past the injury and should be ready to make his spring debut next week. Assuming Eovaldi remains on a similar recovery path as deGrom, his availability for Opening Day shouldn't be affected. Eovaldi pitched well in his Cactus League debut over the weekend against the Royals, striking out four batters over two perfect frames.
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  • Rangers' Nathan Eovaldi: Perfect in debut

    Eovaldi struck out four over two scoreless innings in Saturday's spring game against Kansas City. "I was able to throw all my pitches. The cutter was good, the split was good, the curve was my best pitch," the pitcher told Tim Colishaw of the Dallas Morning News. Eovaldi faced the six-batter minimum in his debut in a Rangers uniform. The right-hander was in strong form, hitting 98 MPH repeatedly and topping out at 99. Eovaldi threw just 19 pitches and tossed another 10 in the bullpen following his time in the game, which lasted no more than 10 minutes thanks to the new pitch clock. He's expected to serve as the No. 2 starter behind Jacob deGrom.
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  • Rangers' Nathan Eovaldi: Lands with Rangers

    Eovaldi agreed to a two-year, $34 million contract with the Rangers on Tuesday, Robert Murray of reports. Eovaldi missed a solid chunk of last season with back and shoulder injuries, though he was able to turn in a decent campaign while healthy with a 3.87 ERA and 1.23 WHIP across 109.1 innings. If he can break his norm and avoid the injured list in 2023, Eovaldi could provide a solid addition to the middle of Texas' new-look rotation. According to Jeff Passan of, the contract includes a $20 million player option for 2025 that will vest if he exceeds 300 innings across the first two years of the deal.
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  • Nathan Eovaldi: Declines qualifying offer

    Eovaldi declined Boston's qualifying offer Tuesday, Robert Murray of reports. Eovaldi turned down the one-year, $19.65 million deal in search of a longer contract. He should be able to find one, but his market will be affected by the draft-pick compensation that's now attached to him, as well as the fact that he's heading into his age-33 season and made no more than 21 starts in six of the last seven years, including just 20 last season.
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  • Red Sox's Nathan Eovaldi: Earns win in shortened game

    Eovaldi (6-3) earned the win Tuesday, allowing two hits and two walks over five scoreless innings with four strikeouts against Tampa Bay. In his second start since returning from the injured list and last start of the season, Eovaldi tossed five scoreless innings on just 64 pitches. The effort was technically a complete game as the game was called short after five innings due to rain. Eovaldi likely would have gone deeper in the game as he worked up to 72 pitches in his prior start. He finishes the season with a 3.87 ERA and 1.23 WHIP over 109.1 innings with 103 strikeouts.
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  • Red Sox's Nathan Eovaldi: Throws 72 pitches in return

    Eovaldi allowed two runs (one earned) on five hits and no walks while striking out three across 4.2 innings Thursday against Baltimore. He did not factor into the decision. Eovaldi was activated from the injured list Thursday to make his first start since Aug. 12. He was limited to 72 pitches as a result and was largely effective, though he had only six swinging strikes. Eovaldi is projected to draw one more start this season. He's maintained a 4.05 ERA with a 99:18 K:BB across 104.1 frames on the campaign.
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  • Red Sox's Nathan Eovaldi: Reinstated from injured list

    Eovaldi (shoulder) was activated from the 15-day injured list Thursday. After missing just shy of seven weeks with his injury, Eovaldi will return to action and start Thursday against the Orioles. The right-hander threw 57 pitches in his final rehab start, so he likely will not extend too much beyond that Thursday. If all goes well in his first game back, Eovaldi will likely take the ball once more before Boston's season comes to a close.
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  • Red Sox's Nathan Eovaldi: On track to return Thursday

    The Red Sox list Eovaldi (shoulder) as their scheduled starting pitcher for Thursday's game against the Orioles at Fenway Park. Boston will likely wait until Thursday to officially reinstate Eovaldi from the 15-day injured list, where he's resided since Aug. 23 due to right shoulder inflammation. The 32-year-old is rejoining the Boston rotation after completing a three-inning rehab start at Triple-A Worcester last weekend, so he'll likely be on a more limited pitch count than usual when he takes the mound Thursday. After his start against the Orioles, Eovaldi should line up for one more outing in 2022 next week before he hits free agency this winter.
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  • Red Sox's Nathan Eovaldi: Closing in on return

    Eovaldi (shoulder) will be reinstated from the 15-day injured list to start at some point during Boston's upcoming series against Baltimore, Alex Speier of The Boston Globe reports. Boston's coaching staff met Monday to determine the next steps in Eovaldi's recovery process and ultimately determined that the right-hander is ready to make two more starts for the Red Sox prior to the end of the regular season. He hasn't pitched in the big leagues since Aug. 12 but recently made a rehab appearance at Triple-A Worcester in which he allowed three runs on three hits and two walks while striking out four in three innings.
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  • Red Sox's Nathan Eovaldi: Decision coming Monday

    The Red Sox coaching staff will meet Monday to decide the next step for Eovaldi (shoulder), Christopher Smith of reports. The Red Sox were expected to decide next steps over the weekend, but Boston manager Alex Cora wants to take an extra day. Eovaldi hurled three innings Friday in a rehab start for Triple-A Worcester, during which the right-hander was mechanically off and gave up three hits, two walks and three runs. Cora said the pitcher was fine health-wise.
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  • Red Sox's Nathan Eovaldi: Works three innings on rehab

    Eovaldi (shoulder) allowed three runs on three hits and two walks while striking four in a rehab start for Triple-A Worcester on Friday, the Red Sox's official site reports. Eovaldi threw 57 pitches (35 strikes) Friday after a 65-pitch simulated game to start the week. That puts him in line for a potential start in the majors before the season's end. The Red Sox will decide this weekend whether Eovaldi's next start will be for Boston. The right-hander last pitched for the Red Sox on Aug. 12.
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  • Red Sox's Nathan Eovaldi: Rehab outing set

    Eovaldi (shoulder) will make a rehab start Friday with Triple-A Worcester, Joe McDonald of the Worcester Telegram & Gazette reports. The veteran right-hander threw 65 pitches over four innings during a simulated game Sunday and will now head to the minors for a rehab outing. Given Eovaldi should continue building up his workload Friday, if all goes well with Worcester he should be able to rejoin Boston's rotation next week.
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  • Red Sox's Nathan Eovaldi: Builds up to 65 pitches

    Eovaldi (shoulder) threw four innings and 65 pitches in Sunday's simulated game and looked good, according to manager Alex Cora, Steve Hewitt of the Boston Herald reports. The next step for Eovaldi isn't yet determined, but it seems like he could rejoin the rotation next week if the Red Sox want to go that route. If he does return next week, he would line up to pitch next weekend in Yankee Stadium.
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