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Clay Buchholz was quicker, more aggressive and more economical on Thursday. It was all by design, and it’s no surprise that the right-hander also saw better results. Buchholz, who was lifted from his first spring training start in the second inning because of a high pitch count, lasted all three frames he was scheduled for on Thursday. When his day was done, Buchholz walked away with a stat line far more impressive than the one he put up on Saturday, and he also left with a mindset that should bode well for the Red Sox moving forward. Buchholz’s health and use of all pitches were enough to be pleased about Saturday’s spring debut, but there were clearly some issues despite the “good day of work.” One of the flaws that needed to be addressed was the time that Buchholz spent between pitches, and the Red Sox’ coaching staff did its best to nip that problem in the bud. The Boston staff actually busted out a stopwatch while Buchholz was pitching in the bullpen between starts, with the go...
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