Negotiations Between Red Sox, Nathan Eovaldi Reportedly "Intensifying"

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Heyman also noted that the Yankees were not interested in giving Nathan Eovaldi a deal longer than three years, which left them out of the running for the Red Sox pitcher.

Boston rewarded him with a $68 million, four-year contract.

Take away the strong postseason numbers, the righty pitched 54 innings for the Boston Red Sox since being obtained in a trade with the Tampa Bay Rays.

In six postseason appearances (two starts), Eovaldi went 2-1 with a 1.61 ERA and a 0.806 WHIP.

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While he did have a stretch in which he was inconsistent, it was his performance in the big games, particularly against the Yankees, that makes this re-signing a big one for Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowksi. He became a free agent after the World Series. He 3-3 with a 3.33 ERA in 12 appearances (11 starts) in the regular season for Boston, before putting forth a tremendous performance in the playoffs. Manager Alex Cora credited Eovaldi's effort with being one of the catalysts that helped Boston win its fourth World Series title in 15 years.

The hard-throwing, 28-year-old righty made a name for himself during the team's playoff run with his heart and intensity. The hard-throwing righty kept the NY bats at bay, allowing just one run over seven innings in a series-changing 17-1 win in Game 3 of the ALDS.

Eovaldi is part of a projected starting rotation that includes Chris Sale, David Price, Rick Porcello and Eduardo Rodriguez. He missed the final seven weeks of the 2016 season, the entire 2017 season, and the first two months of the 2018 season.