Clay Buchholz had a quality start for the Red Sox, but it was the offense that failed to come alive in Boston's 2-1 loss to Minnesota.
The Red Sox came into the game with the series tied and were hoping for a series win. Clay Buchholz was on the mound for the Sox and in his last few outings he has looked much more like the promising pitcher we need him to be. Buchholz struggled some in the early innings, but he was able to get into the 8th and give the team a quality start. Unfortunately he didn’t get much...
BOSTON — Thursday night’s loss represented more of the same for the Red Sox: a weak offensive effort that overshadowed a very strong outing by a Boston starting pitcher.
Clay Buchholz was that pitcher Thursday, and after an inauspicious start, he kept the Texas Rangers in check for the bulk of his 7 1/3 innings of work.
The right-hander allowed two runs in the first inning...
Despite settling down after a rough first inning and pitching into the eighth, Clay Buchholz received no help from his punchless offense as Boston wasted a strong outing and lost the series finale to the Rangers 3-1.
Maybe it’s the new haircut, maybe it’s new pitching coach Carl Willis, or maybe Clay Buchholz was just good on Sunday.
Despite tweaking his ankle, Buchholz tossed one of his best games of the season. The 30-year-old lasted 6.1 innings, giving up three runs and scattering seven hits in the Red Sox’s 6-3 win over the Toronto Blue Jays.
Things haven’t gone particularly well for Clay Buchholz this season. After a difficult start, Buchholz settled down and pitched into the seventh inning of the Boston Red Sox’s 5-1 loss Monday night.
The frustrating part for Buchholz, though, is that even when things slow down or appear to go his way, something continues to go wrong.
Clay Buchholz has been taking a lot of heat lately for a guy who is the top pitcher of a potential playoff team’s pitching staff. Prior to the start of the season, former Boston Red Sox stud Curt Schilling said he doesn’t think Buchholz wants to be an ace. He’s apparently not the only one...Read More
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NEW YORK — David Ortiz had a good laugh at Clay Buchholz’s disposal Friday.
Buchholz received a letter from Major League Baseball regarding a batter’s box violation in the Boston Red Sox’s Opening Day win over the Philadelphia Phillies. The right-hander apparently stepped out of the batter’s box in his second-inning...
Clay Buchholz will start on opening day for the Boston Red Sox against the Philadelphia Phillies next Monday, but few would argue that the right-hander is an ace. While Buchholz has had stretches of dominance throughout his career, he has been wildly inconsistent. Curt Schilling believes a lot of that has to do with his...Read More
Late Monday, naked pictures of Clay Buchholz’s wife Lindsay Clubine hit the internets. Reportedly, the result of a hack of the Boston Red Sox pitcher’s phone. A day later, she hit the Twitters to explain the situation.
A woman should be able to send her husband pics of herself with out fear of the whole world seeing them! iCloud hackers should be ashamed!! — Lindsay Clubine...