Found March 10, 2012 on NESN.com:
PLAYERS: Clay Buchholz
TEAMS: Boston Red Sox
Clay Buchholz allowed two runs on three hits in three innings in his second start of the spring on Friday. Those aren't exactly eye-popping numbers for a pitcher, but the start was encouraging, nonetheless. Buchholz featured a solid changeup and curveball, showing increased sharpness on his pitches. Most importantly, however, is that the right-hander felt good physically. His last start in 2011 came on June 16, so it's encouraging to hear such news, as Buchholz will play an important role in the Red Sox rotation in 2012. Check out the video above from NESN Daily to hear more about Buchholz's...
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