Tag "Nick Pivetta"

MLB DFS 6/19: Jacks and Aces

We are back again with another edition of MLB DFS, as we have a great eight-game slate starting at 1:35 p.m. EDT on DraftKings.

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Nick Pivetta is Rounding Into Form

For Nick Pivetta, April did not go as planned.

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Eduardo Rodriguez has Provided a Boost in his Return

Through their first 33 games, the Boston Red Sox have the best record in baseball. Their resurgence has been lead by an improved pitching staff and the return of Eduardo Rodriguez. The Red Sox lefty missed all of 2020 but is 5-0 in his first six starts.

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Adam Ottavino is Finding his Groove

As the Red Sox relievers have rebounded from a tough 2020 campaign with the help of a few new additions, Ottavino has been a key piece. After a rough start, the New York native has been one of Boston’s most effective arms the past two weeks.

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The Red Sox Starting Pitching has been impressive

Last season, the Boston Red Sox’s biggest weaknesses was their starting pitching. So far, in 2021, that has not been the case. In the first six games this year, the starters have made a good first impression.

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Can Nick Pivetta Build On His Dominant September?

With the 2021 season only a few months away, the Boston Red Sox still have some question marks on their roster. While the offense is mostly set, the rotation and bullpen still need help. However, one player on the roster who could play an important role is Nick Pivetta.

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Column: Red Sox Already Won Brandon Workman Trade

Neither Nick Pivetta nor Connor Seabold have seen big league action since being traded to Boston. But have the Red Sox still won the trade already? Jordan Leandre thinks so, and tells us why here.

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Analyzing The Red Sox Deadline Trades

While the Red Sox did not make any drastic seller trades, they did however make a couple of moves. How did the Red Sox fare in these trades? Let’s find out!

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Report: Boston Red Sox Trade Brandon Workman, Heath Hembree

In a surprising move, the Red Sox trade relief pitchers Brandon Workman and Heath Hembree to the Philadelphia Phillies for right-handed pitchers Nick Pivetta and Connor Seabold.

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Week 2 In Review: Buy Low, Sell High, Cut Bait

Not to say that pitching sucks, but pitching has kinda sucked this year. With more rumors of a rebirth of the juiced baseball, more elite pitchers are getting shelled and leaving their starts earlier than expected, while elite names and young prospects are flourishing. The following point totals are from a standard head to head CBS points league.

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