Absent Nathan Eovaldi gets biggest cheers at Red Sox video premiere

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But Eovaldi wasn't done there, he came up big in the World Series against the Dodgers. He joined the Red Sox in July after a trade with the Rays.

Free agent Nathan Eovaldi was the star of the Red Sox 2018 World Series highlight video, and he didn't even have to attend the red carpet premiere.

Eovaldi was victorious in both of his playoff starts, winning a pair of Game 3s against NY in the American League Division Series and Houston in the A.L. Championship Series.

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He then exploded in the playoffs, going 2-1 with a 1.61 ERA in six appearances, including two starts. Given the fact that Red Sox ace Chris Sale wasn't 100 percent, Eovaldi's performance as both a starter and bullpen arm was a major factor in the team winning their ninth World Series championship.

"I saw him this morning and he was telling people he's ready to go", Red Sox manager Alex Cora said.

Heyman reported on Thursday that the Yankees' next target is pitcher J.A. Happ, who spent several months with the team past year after being acquired in a trade with the Blue Jays. He averaged 8.19 strikeouts per nine innings, up from his career mark of 6.78. He missed the 2017 season while recovering from surgery and returned in 2018 with the Tampa Bay Rays, and also with a fastball that neared 100 miles per hour.

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Passing a team physical Thursday evening was the final hurdle for Eovaldi, who averaged a career-best 97.2 miles per hour on his fastball last season. We all are! Price may have another reason to be celebrating Eovaldi's return though.

Eovaldi, 28, endured his first ulnar collateral ligament reconstruction procedure as a junior at Alvin (Texas) High School, his second as a Yankee in the summer of 2016. He agreed to terms on a deal with Boston earlier today.

Craig Kimbrel, Ian Kinsler, Drew Pomeranz, Joe Kelly and Brandon Phillips are Boston's remaining free agents.

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Eovaldi reportedly has re-signed with the Red Sox on a four-year deal worth $67.5 million.

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