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March 14 Notes: Eovaldi’s Performance; Jeter Downs’ Injury; Devers Homers

Nathan Eovaldi was on the mound for the Boston Red Sox on Sunday afternoon against the Minnesota Twins and he was letting it eat early on. According to Ian Browne of MLB.com, Eovaldi hit 100 mph six times in the first inning. Overall, his stat line wasn’t great–going four innings and allowing four earned runs …

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March 13 Notes: Martin Perez’s Spring Dominance; Renfroe’s Power Display; Cordero’s Red Sox Fandom

The Boston Red Sox took on the Atlanta Braves on Saturday afternoon and Martin Perez was on the mound. The veteran starter went four innings and surrendered two hits with five strikeouts in another tune-up for the season. Perez has yet to give up a run this spring, which is a very encouraging sign for …

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March 12 Notes: Garrett Richards Bounces Back; 12 Players Sent Down

Garrett Richards started his third game of Spring Training on Friday afternoon after struggling in his first two appearances. The former Padre starter bounced back, allowing no runs and one hit. He did walk three batters which is certainly something he needs to work on if he wants to pitch later in games but overall, …

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New Arms Shine in Yankees’ Win Against Detroit

Newcomer Jameson Taillon made his first spring training start for New York on Friday in a 4-2 win against Julio Teheran and the Detroit Tigers. Taillon, who joined New York from Pittsburgh in a deal for right-handed pitcher Roansy Contreras, shortstop Maikol Escotto, left fielder Canaan Smith and right handed pitcher Miguel Yajure, is hoping …

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March 11 Notes: Eduardo Rodriguez’s Second Spring Start; Bogaerts and Cordero Get At-Bats

The Boston Red Sox were in action yet again on Thursday against the Minnesota Twins. Eduardo Rodriguez made his second start of the spring and hit the fourth inning threshold, which is encouraging because he is definitely making progress towards being in the rotation to start the season. He would start Opening Day if he …

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March 10 Notes: Ottavino’s Red Sox Debut; Chavis Talks “Awkward Situation”

Ottavino In Action Adam Ottavino was traded from the Yankees to the Red Sox in a rare trade between the division rivals this offseason, and the 35-year-old reliever was on the mound for the first time on Wednesday. He only pitched one inning in relief of Matt Andriese and got himself out of trouble. Ottavino …

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March 9 Notes: Another Bogaerts Injury Update; Pivetta Continues Bid for Fifth Starter

The Boston Red Sox fell to the Tampa Bay Rays on Tuesday afternoon, but the big story coming from this game was Nick Pivetta‘s performance. Pivetta is vying for the fifth and final spot in the starting rotation and Boston hopes to see more of what they did from him on Tuesday. Pivetta pitched three …

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March 5 Notes: E-Rod’s Back; Bogaerts Injury Update; Verdugo’s 2021 Spring Debut

There was plenty of good news for the Red Sox on Friday afternoon and it’s headlined by the return of Eduardo Rodriguez. He, of course, missed all of 2020 because he contracted a heart condition called myocarditis. Rodriguez made the start, pitching 2.1 innings and allowing one earned run. But the fact of the matter …

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Yankees Suffer Big Loss to Philadelphia in Clearwater

The New York Yankees were steamrolled by the Philadelphia Phillies 15-0 in the first of eight spring training games between the two clubs. Deivi García took the mound for New York while Matt Moore started for Philadelphia, but neither pitcher went beyond the second inning as both managers wanted to use the game to give …

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