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Bleed Cubbie Blue Dec 15, 2018
The 12 days of Cubsmas, Day 3: Three epic relief performances

The 12 days of Cubsmas, Day 3: Three epic relief performances

The Cubs got a lot of help from unlikely pitchers in 2018 The Cubs got a lot of help in 2018 from unlikely relievers. The front office spent a lot of money on bullpen arms in 2018 but the brightest moments came from players they picked up on the waiver wire and in trades. So on the third day of Cubsmas I wanted to take a look at three epic relief performances for the Cubs in 2018. The Butler did it Long before Nathan Eovaldi wowed the baseball world with 6+ innings in relief in game 3 of the World Series the Cubs had Eddie Butler put on a similar display, unfortunately with a similar...
NESN.com Dec 14, 2018

Here’s What ESPN Writer Suggests Red Sox Do Next After Winter Meetings

The Boston Red Sox made a sizable splash before the Major League Baseball winter meetings, re-signing postseason hero Nathan Eovaldi... Read More »
Over the Monster Dec 13, 2018
MLB Roundup 12/13: Joe Kelly signs with the Dodgers

MLB Roundup 12/13: Joe Kelly signs with the Dodgers

And lot more moves Joe Kelly signs with Dodgers Well, for the first time a member of the 2018 World Series winning Red Sox is joining a new team. Boston brought back both Steve Pearce and Nathan Eovaldi and there were rumors they’d like to do the same with Joe Kelly, but that hasn’t happened. Instead, the righty and October standout has agreed to a three-year, $25 million deal with the Dodgers. I am certainly a little bummed about this from a strictly fan perspective. Kelly was amazing in the postseason, and the idea that he could potentially be that over a full season was certainly...
NESN.com Dec 12, 2018

Dave Dombrowski Didn’t Expect ‘Overpowering’ Stuff From Nathan Eovaldi

The Boston Red Sox weren’t thinking much about Nathan Eovaldi’s future with the team once they traded for the pitcher... Read More »
River Ave. Blues Dec 12, 2018

The Yankees should stand their ground and not offer J.A. Happ a third year

With Patrick Corbin and Nathan Eovaldi having signed with the Nationals and Red Sox, respectively, a strong case can be made J.A. Happ is the best free agent starter still on the market. It’s either Happ, Dallas Keuchel, or Charlie Morton. Morton was dogged by shoulder trouble late this year and Keuchel saw significant drops […] The post The Yankees should stand their ground and not offer J.A. Happ a third year appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
Over the Monster Dec 11, 2018
Daily Red Sox Links: Nathan Eovaldi, Craig Kimbrel, Robby Scott

Daily Red Sox Links: Nathan Eovaldi, Craig Kimbrel, Robby Scott

In today’s links, we discuss players coming back and players leaving. Plus Manny Ramirez’s Hall of Fame case. Nathan Eovaldi is going to be a member of the Red Sox for the next four years. Remaining healthy is a key to making it a successful four years. (Chad Jennings; The Athletic) ($$) For Eovaldi, coming back was the best and easiest decision. (Peter Abraham; Boston Globe) It appears that Craig Kimbrel will not be joining Eovaldi on the championship defense. (Rob Bradford; WEEI) It could very well be the best move for the Red Sox. (Evan Drellich; NBC Sports Boston) Robby Scott will...
NESN.com Dec 10, 2018

Alex Cora Helped Recruit Nathan Eovaldi Back To Red Sox With Phone Calls About 2019

It’s no secret Alex Cora is a stellar manager. He led the Boston Red Sox to a World Series championship,... Read More »
NESN.com Dec 10, 2018

Nathan Eovaldi Opens Up About Heroic World Series Game 3 Performance

Nathan Eovaldi was a huge part of the Boston Red Sox’s run to the 2018 World Series title, and now... Read More »
NESN.com Dec 10, 2018

Nathan Eovaldi’s Legend Grows With Alex Cora’s Epic Retelling Of Game 3 Outing

Nathan Eovaldi never will have to pay for a drink in the city of Boston for the rest of his... Read More »
That Balls Outta Here Dec 10, 2018

Phillies rumors: Team wanted Nathan Eovaldi – as a closer

The Phillies were in the market to sign pitcher Nathan Eovaldi but wanted him to serve as the team’s closer rather than in the rotation. Nathan Eovaldi was one of the top pitchers on the market this offseason before ultimately re-signing with the Red Sox to the tune of four years and $68 million. The […] Phillies rumors: Team wanted Nathan Eovaldi – as a closer - That Balls Outta Here - That Balls Outta Here - A Philadelphia Phillies Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
The Republican Dec 10, 2018
Red Sox rumors: Nathan Eovaldi received other offers, but Boston 'came in with best'; teams had interest in him as closer

Red Sox rumors: Nathan Eovaldi received other offers, but Boston 'came in with best'; teams had interest in him as closer

Nathan Eovaldi said he views himself as a starter because he has done it his entire career. But other teams were interested in him as a reliever, even a closer.
NESN.com Dec 10, 2018

Nathan Eovaldi Reveals Primary Reasons For Re-Signing with Red Sox

It sure sounds like Nathan Eovaldi never seriously considered leaving the Boston Red Sox. The hard-throwing right-hander, who recently re-signed... Read More »
The Republican Dec 10, 2018
Nathan Eovaldi worth $17M per year for Boston Red Sox even if he ends up in bullpen later in contract

Nathan Eovaldi worth $17M per year for Boston Red Sox even if he ends up in bullpen later in contract

Red Sox's Nathan Eovaldi went 2-1 with a 1.61 ERA, 0.81 WHIP, 16 strikeouts and three walks in six outings, two starts (22.1 innings) during the postseason.
NESN.com Dec 10, 2018

Red Sox Press Conference: Watch Boston Announce Nathan Eovaldi Signing

The Boston Red Sox are set to formally announce the re-signing of Nathan Eovaldi on Monday. Red Sox brass will... Read More »
Over the Monster Dec 10, 2018
The Red Seat: Episode 103-Eovaldi Is Back and The Winter Meetings Begin

The Red Seat: Episode 103-Eovaldi Is Back and The Winter Meetings Begin

Will the team make any trades or sign any relievers this week? Steve Pearce. Check. Nate Eovaldi. Check. Perfect offseason is in progress, what will the team do next? Will the Red Sox retain Craig Kimbrel or Joe Kelly? Will the team target a different free agent reliever? We discuss all of these possibilities and more as we break down the Eovaldi signing and predict where the Red Sox could go from here. We also do our best to preview the Winter Meetings, which start today in Las Vegas. In this case what happens in Vegas will most certainly not stay in Vegas and will be confirmed multiple...

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