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The original plan was for Clay Buchholz to return to the mound this Tuesday, but it appears that won’t happen.
Buchholz was supposed to throw 45 pitches off the mound on Saturday as a part of his rehab program from a neck injury, but instead he threw off of flat ground, which is a sign that he won’t pitch on Tuesday against the Rockies.
“We’re moving forward, just not at as quick a pace as I’d like,” Buchholz said to The Boston Herald. “Intensity went up today without any more soreness than yesterday or the day before. I guess if it’s time that it needs to help it heal, then we’re going to have to give it a little bit more than we were expecting to.”
Buccholz is currently on the disabled list, and is eligible to be reactivated on Monday. He has made just two starts since May 22 and hasn’t pitched since June 8. Manager John Farrell said Buchholz will also need to make a rehab start before he returns to the Sox rotation.
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Clay Buchholz will not be coming off the disabled list Tuesday as the Red Sox had hoped. Buchholz was scheduled to throw in the bullpen Saturday, but he was still dealing with neck pain and only threw in the outfield.
Buchholz has been on the DL since June 9 with a sore right trapezius muscle.
With Buchholz unable to go, he will need at least a one...
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The Clay Buchholz injury situation has been all over the place. They say he might start, and then he gets scratched. They say he may or may not go to the disabled list, and he does. Now, the Red Sox are saying that he might be back in the rotation on Tuesday.
“He went out and threw today, out to 100 feet, did some flat...
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