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AL East Standings

Team W-L L10 STRK
97-61 7-3 L1
90-69 6-4 W3
86-73 4-6 L2
82-77 4-6 W1
75-84 3-7 L3

2022 Pitching

STATS IP
Innings Pitched
W
Wins
L
Losses
ERA
Earned Run Average
SO
Strikeouts
BB
Base on Balls (Walk)
Regular Season 104.1 5 3 4.05 99 18

Top Nathan Eovaldi News

  • 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 MassLive.com 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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  • Red Sox's Nathan Eovaldi: Throwing another live BP

    Eovaldi (shoulder) will throw another live BP on Sunday, Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican reports.

    Eovaldi threw three innings of live batting practice Tuesday and will face hitters once again in a controlled environment this weekend. It's still possible that the right-hander requires a rehab assignment after Sunday's throwing session, and the Red Sox have emphasized that they don't intend to rush him back.

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  • Red Sox's Nathan Eovaldi: Throws three innings of live BP

    Eovaldi (shoulder) threw three innings of live batting practice Tuesday, the Red Sox' official site reports. "Yeah, he went three [innings]. That's a good sign," Red Sox manager Alex Cora said. "Now we'll just have to wait and see how he reacts to it and we'll decide what we're going to do."

    Cora indicated the goal was for Eovaldi to pitch two innings, but the right-hander felt good and kept pitching. Once he's evaluated Wednesday, Eovaldi could make a rehab start in the minors as early as this weekend.

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  • Red Sox's Nathan Eovaldi: Advances to live BP

    Eovaldi (shoulder) will throw a live batting practice session Tuesday, Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican reports.

    He has been playing catch and throwing bullpen sessions, so this will mark another step in his throwing program. It's unclear how much more work Eovaldi will do on the side before coming off the injured list.

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  • Red Sox's Nathan Eovaldi: Throwing another bullpen Sunday

    Eovaldi (shoulder) will play catch Saturday and throw a bullpen session Sunday, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe reports.

    Manager Alex Cora said in early September that Eovaldi wasn't progressing as quickly as the team had hoped, but the right-hander threw a bullpen late last week and will throw off a mound once again Sunday. The team remains optimistic Eovaldi will be able to return from the injured list before the end of the season, and the next steps in his recovery will likely be determined based on how he feels early next week.

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  • Red Sox's Nathan Eovaldi: Throws bullpen Friday

    Eovaldi (shoulder) threw a bullpen session Friday, Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican reports.

    Manager Alex Cora said Thursday that Eovaldi wasn't progressing as quickly as hoped, but it was encouraging that the right-hander was able to throw off a mound a day later. He's expected to throw another bullpen session Monday, so it seems possible that he'll be able to return prior to the end of the regular season.

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  • Red Sox's Nathan Eovaldi: Not progressing as hoped

    Eovaldi (shoulder) threw recently but isn't progressing as quickly as the team had hoped, Jen McCaffrey of The Athletic reports.

    Eovaldi threw a bullpen session Monday and was expected to face hitters soon, but the Red Sox seem to be slowing his rehab process due to his lack of progress in recent days. It's not yet clear when the right-hander will ultimately be able to face hitters, but it's still possible that he rejoins Boston's rotation at some point in September.

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  • Red Sox's Nathan Eovaldi: Facing hitters next

    Eovaldi (shoulder) will face hitters in batting practice or a minor-league rehab stint.

    Eovaldi threw a second bullpen session Monday, and facing live batters is the next step for the right-hander. Presumably, Eovaldi will rejoin the club in September when rosters are expanded to 28 players.

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  • Red Sox's Nathan Eovaldi: Tosses another bullpen

    Eovadli (shoulder) threw another bullpen session Monday, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe reports.

    The veteran right-hander returned to the mound with a 25-pitch session Friday, and he continued his throwing program Monday with another bullpen session. Eovaldi landed on the shelf Aug. 23 with right shoulder inflammation, but his quick return to mound work is a strong indication it won't be a lengthy absence.

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  • Red Sox's Nathan Eovaldi: Throws 25-pitch bullpen

    Eovaldi (shoulder) threw 25 pitches during a bullpen session Friday, MLB.com reports.

    Eovaldi resumed throwing Wednesday and felt good while throwing all five of his pitches during Friday's throwing session. The right-hander will likely throw another side session in the coming days, and manager Alex Cora expects Eovaldi to make at least one rehab start prior to returning from the injured list.

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  • Red Sox's Nathan Eovaldi: Starts throwing again

    Eovaldi (shoulder) played catch Wednesday and could throw a bullpen session Friday, Jen McCaffrey of The Athletic reports.

    Eovaldi looks to be making positive progress in his recovery from right shoulder inflammation, which kept him from pitching since Aug. 12 before he was finally placed on the 15-day injured list Tuesday. As a result of the delayed IL placement, Eovaldi won't be eligible to return until next weekend at the earliest, but that could be a realistic target for the right-hander if he continues to navigate the buildup process without any setbacks. Brayan Bello will fill Eovaldi's spot in the rotation for the time being.

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  • Red Sox's Nathan Eovaldi: Moves to IL

    The Red Sox placed Eovaldi on the 15-day injured list Tuesday with right shoulder inflammation, Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican reports.

    Eovaldi was deactivated after he demonstrated little progress in recent days in his recovery from the shoulder issue, which resulted in him being scratched ahead of his start against the Pirates last week. Boston summoned Josh Winckowski from Triple-A Worcester to replace Eovaldi in the rotation beginning with Tuesday's game against the Blue Jays.

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  • Red Sox's Nathan Eovaldi: Likely heading to injured list

    Eovaldi (shoulder/neck) will likely require a trip to the injured list, Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican reports.

    Eovaldi was scratched from his scheduled start last Thursday due to soreness in his neck and shoulder area, and Josh Winckowski will take his place as the starter Tuesday against the Blue Jays. Although Eovaldi's scratch was initially considered precautionary, he hasn't responded to treatment as well as the team had hoped, and he'll require additional time to recover. If Winckowski performs well as Tuesday's starter, it's possible that he'll remain in the rotation until Eovaldi is ultimately cleared to return.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-2, 225 lbs
Birthplace: Houston, TX
Age: 32
Experience: 10
Bats/Throws: R, R