MARK BUEHRLE RUMORS & GOSSIP
Mark Buehrle has no idea what’s going on.
More importantly, neither do the hitters he’s facing.
For the fourth time this season, Buehrle made the start and, for the fourth time, he came away with the win.
It is the third time in Buehrle’s career that he has opened 4-0 and just the second he has achieved it over his first four starts.
His latest victim was the Cleveland...
The Toronto Blue Jays recently defeated the Cleveland Indians 5-0, with Mark Buehrle picking up the victory. Entering the ball game, the story was how Jose Reyes was returning from a hamstring issue to the starting lineup. If a fan was checking today’s box score, they may have been amazed with how the Jays were able to score five runs in a game, considering the streakiness the...
CLEVELAND—It’s not quiet Easter, but the Indians offense tallied for a big egg Saturday afternoon at Progressive Field.
Backed by the arm of four-time All-Star Mark Buehrle (4-0, 0.64 ERA), Toronto shutout the Tribe for the first time this season, 5-0, to take the first two games of the three game series.
“He gets a lead, and kind of puts you in a rocking chair,” Indians...
CLEVELAND -- When your offense is struggling, the last thing you want to face is the pitcher who has gotten off to the hottest start in the American League. Considering the Indians luck the past 10 days that is exactly what happened.
Toronto's Mark Buehrle became the AL's first four-game winner as he dominated Cleveland for seven innings en route to a 5-0 win at Progressive...
CLEVELAND (AP) -- Mark Buehrle pitched shutout ball into the eighth inning and remained unbeaten this season, leading the Toronto Blue Jays over the Cleveland Indians 5-0 on Saturday.
Jose Reyes hit an RBI single in his first game since opening day, when he strained his left hamstring in his first at-bat of the season and went on the disabled list.
Buehrle (4-0) lowered his ERA to...
Mark Buehrle hasn't required much offensive support this season, but the Toronto Blue Jays' bats have given him plenty and the tools for more are on the way.
The veteran left-hander will go for his fourth win in as many starts Saturday against the Indians with shortstop Jose Reyes set to join the club in Cleveland for the second of a three-game series.
However, Toronto (9...
Long bombs bursting in air. Slumps turned inside out. Breathtaking defensive plays in the field.
“We won it with force,” boasted Brett Lawrie, who did indeed have much to swagger about for the part he played in an 11-3 trouncing of the Orioles.
And look here, an absurdly miniscule 0.86 ERA for Mark Buehrle, the slop-ball pitcher who’s now 3-0 just barely two weeks into the...
The fastest pitch Mark Buehrle threw Wednesday was just shy of 84 miles per hour. For Buehrle, in early April, that’s not out of the ordinary, and he’s long been a guy who’s managed to make it work in the low- to mid-80s. What was a little more out of the ordinary was everything else. […]
Mark Buehrle’s Marlins debut went pretty well overall last Thursday, but Miami gave him no run support. Buehrle managed to go six innings and allowed just two earned runs on seven hits, but he still picked up the loss. Had he been more careful while making a sandwich earlier in the day, the left-hander says he could have given his team an even better chance to win.
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