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Boston Red Sox 2015 rotation preview

After the Boston Red Sox traded away four of the five members of their opening day rotation, they’ve had to inject youth into the lineup and pick up the pieces in preparation for the 2015 campaign. Let’s take a look at the options the Red Sox have and the odds for each pitcher in the starting rotation.   Clay Buchholz: The only member of the Opening day rotation left, has had...
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Red Sox Nation heartfelt birthday wishes for Clay Buchholz

Happy Birthday Clay Buchholz?Eric D. Schabell Contributing Writer We have all watched Clay Buchholz grow older and better with the Red Sox as a solid starting pitcher since breaking into the Majors in 2007.We also know that the last few years have taxed the Red Sox Nation to its very limits.Last year he was phenomenal up to another injury that blew pretty much the entire second half...
Via RedSoxLife
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Red Sox Notes: Clay Buchholz Starting To Feel Like 2013 Version Again

BOSTON — The Boston Red Sox’s four-game winning streak ended in unusual fashion. The Red Sox fell to the Houston Astros 5-3 in 10 innings Friday at Fenway Park. Boston carried a 3-2 lead into the eighth inning, but Houston tied the game on a strange play. The Astros later grabbed a victory when Jake Marisnick blooped a two-run double down the right field line. The teams will...
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Clay Buchholz Pitches Well, Earns No-Decision In Red Sox’s Loss To Astros (Video)

Red Sox starter Clay Buchholz pitched seven strong innings in Friday night’s game at Fenway Park, but he wasn’t able to earn a victory when Boston lost 5-3 in 10 innings to the Houston Astros. Buchholz gave up two earned runs, walked two, struck out nine and left the game with a 3-2 lead after the seventh inning. The Red Sox couldn’t hold that advantage, though, as the Astros...
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Buchholz Takes Hill In Search Of Consistency

The Red Sox will send Clay Buchholz to the mound tonight in search of another victory over the Houston Astros (Buchholz shut out the 'Stros on July 13th). The tall righty is coming off a terrific outing against the Angels—when he gave up three runs over eight innings. The question is: Can he sustain multiple good outings? Here Boston's line-up tonight: Brock Holt RF, Dustin...
Via FenwayNation
5 days ago  |  Discuss

In A 19 Inning Marathon, Sox Walk Away With A Loss

The Red Sox had Clay Buchholz on the mound and hoped he would have a rebound start from his horrible outing last time verses the Yankees.  Clay struggled in the first, but then really settled down along the stretch.  The Red Sox offense went from almost being no hit, to having the lead and then heading into a marathon extra innings outing.  The Sox would come up short when Albert...
Via Fenway West
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Clay Buchholz Looking To Build Confidence Amid ‘Baffling’ 2014 Season

Clay Buchholz’s 2014 season has been bad. Really bad. That being said, the Red Sox still view Buchholz as an integral part of their future, especially now that he’s the rotation’s elder statesman in light of Boston trading Jon Lester and John Lackey before last week’s Major League Baseball non-waiver trade deadline. The real quandary, however, is that Buchholz’s season...
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Sox Focus Needs To Shift From Bats To Arms

Last night's performance by Clay Buchholz brings into sharp relief the dilemma facing the Red Sox. After partially solving their need for right-handed power with the acquisition of Yoenis Cespedes, it's pretty clear that 2015 will be a disaster without adding veteran starting pitching. It's completely unrealistic to think we can rely on the likes of Joe Kelly, Rubby De...
Via FenwayNation
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Buchholz Pitched the Game Away and Yankees Take Series

The Red Sox bats came out to play, but unfortunately the last remaining starter from 2013 wasn’t able to keep the home team ahead.  Clay Buchholz not once, but twice threw away a 3 run lead and allowed the Yankees to tie the game in his 5 innings of work.  The Yankees went ahead in the 6th inning and never looked back.  This game showed just how much trouble the Sox are going...
Via Fenway West
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Clay Buchholz: Trades ‘Are Part Of The Game’ (Video)

Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Clay Buchholz hosted the second annual Buchholz Bowl charity event on Thursday night. In an interview with NESN’s Jamie Erdahl, the Red Sox ace said it was tough to see his teammates traded before the deadline, but he also added that the departures will create opportunities for young players to prove themselves. Watch the entire conversation in the...
19 days ago  |  Discuss
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