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The Boston Red Sox have to be encouraged by Clay Buchholz’s performance in spring training so far. The veteran pitcher took the mound Friday against the Toronto Blue Jays and pitched four scoreless innings, while giving up just two hits, zero walks and striking out three. The Red Sox went on to beat the Blue Jays 3-1. Check out the video above for highlights and analysis on Buchholz’s latest start.Filed under: Boston Red Sox, Boston Red Sox Video, NESN Sports Today, NESN Video, Top Stories, Video

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FORT MYERS, Fla. — Clay Buchholz has shown an ability to be elite. The problem is that Buchholz’s flashes of brilliance so often are followed by periods of frustration. Taking that into consideration, the Boston Red Sox must temper their excitement when it comes to Buchholz’s strong spring training performance thus far. However, it’s hard not to be encouraged by the right...

Kendrys Morales, Stephen Drew willing to waiting for long-term deals

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Boston Red Sox catching prospect Jon Denney was arrested for the second time in three months, but this one takes the cake by far. According to a police report obtained by Yahoo! Sports’ Jeff Passan, Denney was pulled over just before midnight Wednesday night after cops observed his truck fishtailing. Denney gave the police a […]

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