The Buchholz watch has now entered day 49. Friday, Buchholz threw 40 "pitches". In the outfield.
Clay Buchholz, it’s time to shut up and pitch.
Buchholz hasn’t made a start since June 8 and has vowed he will not to pitch until he feels 100 percent healthy.
Tuesday, Buchholz suggested he may not be ready until September, "It's just going to be a timetable for me that's not going to be a timetable. Because I don't have an exact time for it."
Huh? Is there a timetable? Can you pitch in August? Maybe September? How about 2015 for the Marlins?
By the time Buchholz makes it back to the mound in a real game, he will have missed approximately half the season.
Meanwhile, the Tampa Bay Rays have taken over first place.
Monday, the Red Sox shipped Buchholz off to Florida to meet with Dr. James Andrews. Usually seeing Andrews is the equivalent to a visit from Dr. Kevorkian. However, even Dr. Death said things checked out fine.
“What Dr. Andrews relayed ...