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If Clay Buchholz doesn't throw in the bullpen Tuesday, he's likely headed for the disabled list. Buchholz is still experiencing pain in his neck. If heâs alright after the bullpen session, he could start Saturday in Detroit. If Buchholz can't go, the Saturday starter could be Rubby De La Rosa or Allen Webster.
That' a lot of "if's".
Manager John Farrell said, "He's not at a point physically where he feels like he can get on the mound tomorrow without the potential of setback."
Buchholz has made just one start since June 2. The longer he stays out, the more likely it becomes that he will need a minor league rehab assignment before he returns.
Mike Carp left yesterdayâs 6-3 loss to the Orioles with a tight right hamstring.
âFelt it a little bit and then I hit the line-drive and I had a little concern right there,â Carp said. âGot the rest of tonight off, tomorrow, almost two full days until we have to p...
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Boston Red Sox first baseman Mike Carp exited yesterdayâs loss
to the Baltimore Orioles with right hamstring tightness. After the game, manager
John Farrell told reporters â including Todd Karpovich of MLB.com â that he
considers Carp day to day and hopes to have him available on Tuesday following
the teamâs off-day.
"He felt cramping go up first base, but I...
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His progress slowed, Clay Buchholz is still not
100Â percent and won't throw a bullpen Sunday, thus taking him out of
"It's getting better every day," said Buchholz...
Boston Red Sox first baseman Mike Napoli has been held out of the team's lineup for the last couple of days due to illness, but manager John Farrell told reporters -- including Todd Karpovich of MLB.com -- that he's hopeful to have the slugger back on Tuesday.
Napoli's been out since June 13 due to illness. That day he was forced to exit the Red Sox' contest...
This seem to have taken a slight detour for Mike Carp.
The first baseman exited Sundayâs game against the Orioles in the seventh inning with tightness in his right hamstring. The issue doesnât appear too serious though, and Carp anticipates that he will be ready to go for Tuesdayâs matchup against the Rays.
Carp has been red-hot so far in June, and says he feels confident that...
With all his teammates taking on the Orioles in Baltimore, Mike Napoli is about 400 miles northeast, back at home in Boston. Unfortunately, itâs not just some scheduled time off for the first baseman.
Napoli had to be removed during the third inning of Thursdayâs contest against the Rays, complaining of dizziness and nausea. He hasnât been right since then, so the Red Sox sent...
Red Sox first baseman Mike Napoli has been sent back to Boston so doctors can examine him after an illness has kept him sidelined for several days.
Napoli was pulled in the third inning of Thursday night's game against Baltimore. He has not played since.
Boston manager John Farrell said Saturday that Napoli is still experiencing ''some of the grogginess and the symptoms...
Everything has been going right for Mike Carp recently. Things changed on Sunday.
Carp exited Sundayâs game against the Orioles in the seventh inning with right hamstring tightness. The good news is that the injury doesnât appear to be anything serious, and he might not miss any time.
âHopefully with the day off [on Monday] heâll be available on Tuesday,â manager John Farrell...
The Clay Buchholz situation has been a frustrating one for everybody involved, do doubt, but neck injuries are a tricky thing. However, as The Boston Globeâs Nick Cafardo says, Buchholz is calling all the shots in his rehab, and wonât push himself too far just to avoid a D.L. stint.
As of Tuesday, Buchholzâs schedule side session had been pushed back from before Game 1 of the...
The Boston Red Sox have put pitcher Clay Buchholz on the 15-day disabled list because of a strained neck.
The Red Sox made the move Tuesday after beating Tampa Bay 5-1 in the opener of a day-night doubleheader. Buchholz threw for a brief period in the bullpen following the game.
Buchholz is 9-0 and leads the majors with a 1.71 ERA.
The right-hander made an early exit from his...
Photo from Mike Carp
Ask Mike Carp what made this weekend special and he'll give you a different answer then you might expect. He won't say it was hitting a 2-run home run or going 6 - 18 on the road trip, according to WEEI. He'll tell you that recieving a picture of his 10-month old daughter recognizing him on TV on Father's Day(shown here on the left) was the...
Boston Red Sox pitcher Clay Buchholz was scheduled to start one of the games of Tuesday's doubleheader, but he is still having problems with his trapezius muscle.Â Although there has been some improvement, Buchholz isn't ready to pitch in a game.
As reported by Jeff Seidel at MLB.com,
""Clay threw today and feels a little bit better than he did yesterday...
Photo Courtesy of NESN
Mike Carp has told NESN that he tries to model himself after David Ortiz. And who wouldn't? I doubt anyone, even the most diehard Yankee fan, would dispute he's one of the great hitters to play the game. He won't pass Hank Aaron's 755 home runs (Bonds used steroids, so Aaron is still the record holder forÂ home run in my books), but he'...
After more than a week of neck discomfort, Clay Buchholz is finally headed to the shelf.
The Red Sox placed the left-hander on the 15-day disabled list with a neck strain Tuesday afternoon, activating catcher Ryan Lavarnway from Pawtucket in his place. Since Buchholz has not pitched since June 8, his move to the DL is retroactive to June 9, making his earliest possible return date...
Baseballâs newest phenom is set to make his major league debut on Tuesday in Game 1 of the doubleheader between the Tampa Bay Rays and Boston Red Sox. Who knows, maybe someday youâll be able to say you were watching at the beginning of a great career.
Wil Myers will start in right field for the Rays, in basballâs most anticipated debut since perhaps Bryce Harper. The 22-year...
Mike Carp and Jonny Gomes homered to back an effective pitching performance by John Lackey, and the Boston Red Sox beat the Orioles 5-4 Saturday to end a five-game losing streak in Baltimore.
After dropping the first two games of the series, the Red Sox fell into an early 2-0 hole before bouncing back. Carp's home run snapped an 18-inning scoring drought in the fourth, and Gomes...