Trade them eovaldi + a closer and get a haul for delivering them the world series.
Defensively he got to the ball very frequently and yes he was above average, but he also made a lot of ill-advised throws which led to a lot of errors.
He's a #2 option for a WS caliber team? As in, start game 2 of a series?
fair enough, i just know when that happens he's going to command considerably more money.
With an arm injury in the middle. I want one season of 200IP, that's all I'm asking for.
TH: Nathan Eovaldi. He meant business and did not give in to despair. Period