Nathan Eovaldi clearly isn't right, but the Red Sox ace is making it work

Eovaldi’s Friday night start against the New York Yankees at Fenway Park might not be remembered by many, but it should go down as one of his most impressive in a Red Sox uniform. Clearly not fully recovered from a mid-season injury, something Manager Alex Cora and pitching coach Dave Bush have both hinted at, Eovaldi managed to piece together six innings of two-run ball while throwing a season-high 108 pitches against the American League’s best offense as the Sox walked off on the Yankees, 3-2,...