MIAMI — On this night, few trades ever looked more lopsided.
Nathan Eovaldi and David Phelps, involved in a December deal between the Yankees and Marlins, faced each other Tuesday night, and it was embarrassingly one-sided as the Bombers fell 12-2 in front of 33,083 fans at Marlins Park.
Eovaldi, a hard-throwing but underperforming righty who was the centerpiece of the deal from the Yankees' perspective, lasted just two-thirds of an inning Tuesday, rocked for nine hits and eight runs.
The eight runs were the most ever scored by the Marlins, who had 16 hits overall, in a first inning in franchise history.
The frame, one in which Miami sent 12 to the plate and at one...