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Clay Buchholz hasn’t pitched for the Red Sox since July 8. Exactly two months later, the Sox’ ace says sounds like he’s finally ready for a return.
Buchholz spoke to the media at Yankee Stadium before the Sox’ series finale against the Yankees on Sunday, discussing Sunday’s bullpen session, his health and mindset as he prepares for a potential return to the mound this week. The 29-year-old said he’s ready and is feeling mentally prepared to make his return.
Listen to what Buchholz had to say in the video above.
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(Jim Rogash/Getty Images)Our long national nightmare is over. Finally, Clay Buchholz will take to a major league mound on Tuesday night for the first time since the day after the Bruins beat the Penguins in the Eastern Conference Finals. Yes, it's been that long. After innumerable bullpen sessions and rehab starts, the 9-0 righty will face the Rays in the first of three big games...
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"Longest 94 days of my career? Yeah, probably so," Buchholz said
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Clay Buchholz' long nightmare is over.
After missing three months with a shoulder injury that seemed like it would never heal Buchholz is slated to start Tuesday night's series opener against the Rays in St. Petersburg Fla. As one final tuneup he threw a bullpen session here today.
"Mentally I'm ready" Buchholz said. "I think that's what everyone...
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Clay Buchholz was on the disabled list for a large stretch of the season, but the Boston Red Sox starting pitcher was looking like a Cy Young contender until a shoulder/neck injury derailed him in June. Buchholz started the season 9-0 with a 1.71 ERA, and was one of the finest pitchers in the American […]
Clay Buchholz looked like a solid candidate for this year's AL Cy Young Award until he missed three months with a strained neck.
Last year's winner, David Price, has hardly looked like one at all.
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8 a.m. ET: After three months and two days on the shelf, Clay Buchholz will finally take the mound again Tuesday night in Tampa Bay.
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First Pitch: Tuesday 7:10, Wednesday 7:10, Thursday 7:10
Arms: Tuesday: Clay Buchholz, RHP (9-0, 1.71 ERA) vs. David Price, LHP (8-7, 3.51 ERA)
Wednesday: Ryan Dempster, RHP (8-9, 4.79 ERA) vs. Alex Cobb, RHP (8-3, 2.99 ERA)
Thursday: Jake Peavy, RHP (3-1, 3.55 ERA) vs. Jeremy Hellickson, RHP (11-8, 5.04 ERA)