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Buchholz looks to regain edge against White Sox

One of the main priorities for the Red Sox is to get Clay Buchholz on track. That quest continues on Wednesday night, when the righty faces the first-place White Sox, who counter with lefty Carlos Rodon at U.S. Cellular Field.
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So far, so good for the refreshingly entertaining first-place Red Sox

COMMENTARY Here’s a quick recap of the last 10 days for the Boston Red Sox: Win. Clay Buchholz. Win. Win. Win. Win. Clay Buchholz. Win. Win. Win. That’s an 8-2 stretch that helped the Red Sox surge ahead of the Baltimore Orioles into first place in the American League East two days into May. The outcome is […] The post So far, so good for the refreshingly entertaining first...
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John Farrell: Red Sox Have To Get Clay Buchholz Back On Track In Rotation

BOSTON — There were plenty of questions about the Red Sox’s rotation behind David Price going into the 2016 season, but overall, things have been better than expected. Price has been shaky at home, but there’s no reason to think he’ll be a concern long-term, especially with an American League-leading 46 strikeouts going into Sunday’s game against the New York Yankees...
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Clay Buchholz Looking To Get Back On Track

Clay Buchholz of the Boston Red Sox has had a rocky start to the 2016 season. He looks to turn things around against the struggling Atlanta Braves. Buchholz is 0-2 with a 6.33 ERA. Maybe all he needs is a little Braves actions to get thinks going in the right direction!
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Dustin Pedroia Hits Grand Slam Off Pesky’s Pole; Brock Holt, Clay Buchholz Dance

BOSTON — The Red Sox have had some bad luck with opponents hitting shallow home runs around Pesky’s Pole this season, but Dustin Pedroia turned that luck around. The Red Sox second baseman didn’t just hit a home run, but he sent a grand slam off the right-field pole against Bud Norris on Wednesday to put Boston ahead of the Atlanta Braves 6-1 in just the second inning. It...
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Let's not give up on Clay Buchholz just yet

Bill Foley (@Foles74) Contributing Writer That headline is going to drive many Red Sox fans crazy because they are tired of the ultimate tease that is Clay Buchholz. When he was just a kid, Buchholz busted onto the Fenway scene with a late-season no-hitter against the Orioles in 2007. Immediately, Red Sox fans had visions of an already solid pitching staff, led by Josh Beckett...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

How About A Little Perspective On Clay Buchholz?

By Mark Lawrence, International EditorSydney, Australia. For quite a while now, there’s been significant concern about Boston’s pitchers and their apparent inability to perform consistently at the MLB level. One guy in particular seems to have been getting it in the neck on a fairly regular basis. But before we examine the misfortunes of one Clay Daniel Buchholz, let’s have...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Red Sox Notes: Clay Buchholz Suffers Second Loss As Astros’ Offense Heats Up

Clay Buchholz made one mistake against the Houston Astros on Saturday afternoon, and it cost him. The Boston Red Sox starter missed his location on a 2-2 pitch to Colby Rasmus and the Astros center fielder hit a grand slam to give Houston a 5-1 lead in the fifth inning. That was more than enough offense for Houston’s pitching staff in an 8-3 win. Buchholz had made Rasmus look...
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Dave Dombrowski Encouraged By Clay Buchholz’s Patriots’ Day Outing

The Boston Red Sox didn’t beat the Toronto Blue Jays on Monday, but they did receive an encouraging start from Clay Buchholz. Buchholz allowed six hits and two walks while striking out two in 6 2/3 scoreless innings for the Red Sox in their 4-3 Patriots’ Day loss. Hear what Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski said about Buchholz’s encouraging start...
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Should the Boston Red Sox move on from Clay Buchholz?

Spring has finally arrived, bringing about a sense of hope in the Boston Red Sox organization to kick off another campaign toward the ever elusive world series title. However, seven games into this season, there is an all too familiar feeling that the pitching staff remains as their Achilles heel. The starters have not been able to string together quality outings nor has the bullpen...
20 days ago  |  Discuss

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