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Nick Pivetta

Nick Pivetta

#37P,
W
9
L
8
ERA
4.53
K
175
BB
65
Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 5"/214 lbs
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born: Victoria, Canada
College: New Mexico JC
Draft: 2013 4th round by the
  • e-edition.stltoday.com

    PressReader - St. Louis Post-Dispatch: 2021-10-21

    If the Red Sox are fuming about the missed ball and strike calls that altered the course of Game 4, they aren’t showing it publicly. Alex Cora, Nick Pivetta and Nathan Eovaldi all passed on the chance to criticize home plate umpire Laz Diaz’s strike zone following the team’s 9-2 loss. Pivetta bluntly declined to comment and shut down the line of inquiry entirely, while Cora said he didn’t agree with the one specific strike three call on J.D. Martinez in the third inning but otherwise felt he nee...

  • BoSox Injection

    Red Sox: Nick Pivetta earned his shield in first ever postseason start

    Nick Pivetta shines in first postseason start despite Red Sox loss In the blink of an eye last night, Game 4 of the ALCS went from within our grasp to in a completely different area code. The Red Sox had the slimmest of leads on the Astros in a game that felt inevitable after the last two blowout wins. The bats didn’t show up and the bullpen couldn’t finish the job but Nick Pivetta more than did what was asked of him in his first-ever postseason start.

  • The Eagle-Tribune, North Andover, Mass.

    Sox-Astros Game 4: Six quick takes

    Oct. 20—BOSTON — The Boston Red Sox had chances to open up a lead in Game 4 and take full control of the series. But it never happened. There was a lot to discuss. Here are six quick takes from the 9-2 win by the Houston Astros, tying the ALCS at 2-2: Blown opportunities It wasn't like the Red Sox has a lot of opportunities to break this open, leading 2-1 after Xander Bogaerts 2-run blast in ...