Seabold is off to Pitcher's Purgatory after he got hit hard in Boston. Gulp. In the end, the Phillies just gave away Pivetta in that trade since Seabold turned into a nothing for the Red Sox in the long run. And, barring a strong late-season run here in 2020, there was probably at least a good chance that the Phillies would have eventually cut or nontendered Pivetta after that season anyway since it just wasn't happening here and none of the four Phillies pitching coaches he worked under (McClure, Kranitz, Young, Price) could get things to click with him. He simply needed a change of scenery and/or a completely new set of eyes looking at him. Same was true for Velasquez who was cut the following season. Pivetta has had stretches of brilliance in Boston but has mostly been mediocre there.