Newark Star-Ledger "The Yankees and starting pitcher Nathan Eovaldi have agreed to a one-year deal, avoiding salary arbitration, the team said Tuesday. The team didn't say how much the deal was worth. Last week, Eovaldi filed for a $6.3-million salary while, days later, the Yankees filed at $4.9 million. It's..." January 19
Nathan Eovaldi says his best case scenario for a return is to "come back and help the bullpen, depending on how deep we go."
Yahoo! Sports "Monday was a good news, bad news day for the New York Yankees. On the plus side, they defeated the Baltimore Orioles to move within one-half game of the division-leading Blue Jays. On the down side, they learned they will be without their most effective and consistent pitcher this season,..." September 08
New York Post "After being humiliated in Miami four starts ago, Nathan Eovaldi is evolving. Perhaps the biggest thing he is learning is opposing teams aren’t exactly Murderers’ Row. Eovaldi is learning how to pitch out of trouble. There is still a long way to go but at least the Yankees right-hander has..." July 02
New York Post "Michael Pineda had just turned 23 when the Yankees surrendered one of their top prospects, Jesus Montero, to get the young right-hander in pinstripes. Pineda was coming off a solid rookie season in Seattle and the Yankees were intrigued by his size and the fact he could throw hard. Three..." February 12
New York Post "The Yankees are close to bolstering their biggest question mark. The team is finalizing a deal with the Marlins on a deal that would send Martin Prado and David Phelps to the Marlins for right-hander Nathan Eovaldi and first baseman Garrett Jones plus power pitching prospect Domingo German, The..." December 19
CBS Sports "Officials from the Cubs and Marlins both agree they may have something to talk about. The Cubs have a stockpile of high-end position prospects and the Marlins have a long list of fine young pitchers. Prospect-for-prospect deals are rare because they require a strong stomach. Needless to say,..." November 13
#Marlins starter Nathan Eovaldi has been scratched from his start on Thursday and will be replaced by Brian Flynn.
Fish Stripes "During the past week and a half, we have discussed two of the five Miami Marlins who may become critical core pieces who could support future superstars Jose Fernandez and Christian Yelich as the team rebuilds to contention. While Fernandez and Yelich will attempt to serve as the Josh Johnson and..." February 13