Were you looking at the framed picture of Cervelli you keep on your nightstand when you typed this?
He framed it, and he held it. It was
Nathan Edward Eovaldi
this is why i'm unconvinced he'd be effective "airing" it out for an inning.
i do wonder, if the FO are worried about him sucking
Five-and-fly. A fine 5 innings but if Chasen Shreve weren't so damned good, no one would be swooning over this one.
That is correct, but the 133 he pitched over 2 years to the 210 he pitched in 1977 and the 273 he pitched in 1978 is quite a bump-up. Then again, Guidry
Yeah, I think that works. Evo turning out to be pretty decent.