Veteran right-hander Ivan Nova will get another chance to prove himself, joining the Colorado Rockies organization, FanSided.com reported Monday.
It is expected to be a minor-league deal for the 34-year-old, who has a 90-77 record over 11 seasons with a 4.38 ERA. In 240 career appearances (227 starts), he has pitched 1,347 2/3 innings for the New York Yankees (2010-16), Pittsburgh Pirates (2016-18), Chicago White Sox (2019) and Detroit Tigers (2020).
Nova, 34, pitched in just four games with the Tigers last season, a year after he made a career-best 34 starts with the White Sox in 2019. He was 1-1 with the Tigers and had an 8.53 ERA, with his season limited to 19 innings because of triceps tendonitis.
Nova had a minor-league deal with the Philadelphia Phillies earlier this year but was released from that deal in March when he did not make the major league roster out of spring training.
–Field Level Media