Major League Baseball hot stove: Nathan Eovaldi signs 4-year deal with Red Sox

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Nathan Eovaldi cemented himself among postseason greats in Boston Red Sox history following his stellar playoff run through the World Series victory.

Boston Red Sox pitcher Nathan Eovaldi has signed a new deal with the MLB World Series champions.

Mark Feinsand reports the deal is worth a total of $67.5 million. Eovaldi gets paid and the Red Sox secure their pitching depth.

One day after the Red Sox championship parade, team president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski sat in the press conference room at Fenway Park and declared his intentions. "His performance in the postseason was outstanding, both as a starting pitcher and as a reliever".

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Boston lost the game when Eovaldi surrendered an 18th-inning home run to Max Muncy, but his performance inspired his teammates. Following the trade, he went 2-0 against the Yankees with a 0.39 ERA in four starts against NY including his win in Game 3 of the ALDS. His lone loss may have been his best outing, as he pitched six innings of relief in Boston's 18-inning loss in Game 3 of the World Series in Los Angeles. They weren't going to head into the 2019 campaign with Drew Pomeranz as a projected member of their rotation. He was let go by NY after the season and signed with Tampa Bay, a deal that guaranteed $2 million in 2017 and included a $2 million option for 2018. He missed the 2017 season while recuperating from Tommy John surgery.

If he spends the next four years pitching like he did in the playoffs, the contract will be a bargain.

The Yankees spent a king's ransom last season to acquire NL MVP Giancarlo Stanton from the Miami Marlins.

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