Tag Archives: Nathan Eovaldi

What ex-Dodger could help the team right now?

DodgerYard tweeted out the question: A former Dodger who still plays today that you wish still played for us? — Dodger Yard (@DodgerYard) August 10, 2019 It is an interesting question with many varied answers. Some answered the question with their heart, some with practicality, and some with humor. I took the question to mean …

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Just your typical World Series game three victory

If you expected Walker Buehler to show why he’s already the ace of this team you were not disappointed. As  one time World Series hero Adam Wainwright tweeted: I guarantee that anybody who played against or saw @buehlersdayoff pitch this season isn’t surprised at all by how he’s pitching tonight. Hands down best stuff I …

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Ex-Dodgers flourish for Tampa for one night

Three ex-Dodgers who now all pitch for Tampa and had seen nothing but tough times put all that behind them for one night as the three combined to pitch a one-hit shutout over the Oakland Athletics. First up was Nathan Eovaldi the fireballing right-hander who was traded by the Dodgers to the Marlins almost exactly …

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Broadcast Notes 4/4/17

Listening to Joe Davis and Orel telling stories, so I thought it might be fun to document them for those who don’t have Spectrum. When Ross Stripling entered the game in relief of Kenta Maeda, we learned a little more about Ross. He was a walk on at Texas A&M and only went there for …

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Hurlers for hire

You can’t seem to check in on daily baseball transactions without being hit by an ex-Dodger hurler being signed. Either these pitchers were bonafide free agents, or were simply released by their previous team. There are so many I couldn’t decide if I should list them alphabetically or chronological. Several former number one picks on …

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Young guns for hire

Once upon a time the minor league fireballing heroics of Nathan Eovaldi, Rubby De La Rosa, and Chris Withrow made Dodger prospect hounds salivate with the idea of adding these three high-velocity prospects  to the Dodger rotation. All three have several things in common: Each of them was a top five Dodger prospect Each of them …

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Nathan Eovaldi hits free agency

The NYY designated old friend Nathan Eovaldi making him an interesting free agent in this year of very few interesting free agents. Eovaldi is recovering from TJ surgery and is expected to miss all of 2017 so any team that signs him would need to sign him to a minimum two-year deal. I’m not that …

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