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CSN Philly Mar 15, 2017

Yankees 3, Phillies 1: Strikeouts galore and just 1 hit

Clay Buchholz (not pictured) was solid Wednesday night, but the Phillies struck out 13 times in a 3-1 loss to the Yankees. By Jim Salisbury
Over the Monster Mar 14, 2017
Daily Red Sox Links: David Price, Rick Porcello, Clay Buchholz

Daily Red Sox Links: David Price, Rick Porcello, Clay Buchholz

Today David Price, Rick Porcello and Clay Buchholz are all feeling better, just for different reasons. David Price says his elbow feels good. That’s good news but can we really trust that? (Scott Lauber; ESPN.com) Speaking of Red Sox pitchers with an injury scare, Rick Porcello is feeling “no ill effects” in his thumb. (Michael Silverman; Boston Herald) Hanley Ramirez has been a real comeback story with the Red Sox. Now he’s considered one of the 50 best players in baseball again. (Lindy’s Sports Staff; Lindy’s Sports) There’s no hard feelings from Clay Buchholz for the city...
Full Count | WEEI Mar 13, 2017

Clay Buchholz on Bradfo Sho: ‘Not surprised Red Sox traded me’

Clay Buchholz says he wasn’t surprised when the Red Sox traded him to the Phillies last December. In fact, he was expecting it to happen sooner. In an appearance on the Bradfo Sho, Buchholz said he knew he was probably going to be dealt when the team acquired Chris Sale. “I knew when they [traded […]
The Republican Mar 13, 2017
Clay Buchholz, Red Sox starter traded to Philadelphia Phillies: 'Good for me' to get out of Boston

Clay Buchholz, Red Sox starter traded to Philadelphia Phillies: 'Good for me' to get out of Boston

It won't be the same Boston Red Sox starting rotation this season, not without ol' Clay Buchholz for fans to complain about.
Boston Globe Mar 13, 2017
Clay Buchholz has no regrets being traded by the Red Sox

Clay Buchholz has no regrets being traded by the Red Sox

“The bad times outweighed the good."
Boston Herald Mar 13, 2017
Silverman: All’s well that end’s well for Clay Buchholz when it comes to leaving Boston behind

Silverman: All’s well that end’s well for Clay Buchholz when it comes to leaving Boston behind

Subtitle: Boston got to be too much for BuchholzCLEARWATER, Fla. — Clay Buchholz has beaten his sword into a plowshare.Nearly always a miscast playing his part in the theater of war that comes with pitching for the Red Sox, Buchholz has found peace and quiet on the City of Brotherly Love’s baseball team.Expectations are more realistic.Nobody’s going to get on his case in Philadelphia for not reaching 200 innings, for not pitching when he’s not 100 percent, for not stitching together consistent halves to his season, for not living up to that no-hitter he threw in his second-ever big...
MLB Trade Rumors Mar 12, 2017

East Notes: Red Sox, Braves, Mets

It didn’t surprise Clay Buchholz that the Red Sox traded him during the offseason, the right-hander told reporters – including Michael Silverman of the Providence Journal – on Sunday (Twitter links). Buchholz is now with the Phillies, though he expected Boston to send him to the White Sox as part of the Chris Sale deal.…

Bradfo Sho, Ep. 16: Clay Buchholz

Rob Bradford catches up with Clay Buchholz to discuss the former Red Sox pitcher's new lot in life with the Phillies, while reflecting on his up and down tenure in Boston. Philadelphia general manager Matt Klentak also joins the podcast to discuss his team's pursuit of Buchholz.
CSN Philly Mar 10, 2017

Clay Buchholz continues work to fine-tune high fastball

CLEARWATER, Fla. -- Clay Buchholz is continuing to refine his latest weapon in the battle to get batters to swing and miss -- the high
Outside Pitch Mar 8, 2017

Philadelphia Phillies face tough decision on what to do with heralded jerseys

Few fans of the Philadelphia Phillies might know it, but Clay Buchholz used to wear jersey number 11. That was his number in his final seven seasons of play with the Boston Red Sox before joining the Phillies for 2017. So naturally, it would be safe to assume he would wear number 11 for the Phillies. It was open […] The post Philadelphia Phillies face tough decision on what to do with heralded jerseys appeared first on OutsidePitchMLB.
Fenway Nation Mar 7, 2017
Will Buchholz's Fleeting Philly Career Make It To August?

Will Buchholz's Fleeting Philly Career Make It To August?

(Icon Sportswire)From the way the Philadelphia press corps talks about it, Clay Buchholz may be out of The City Of Brotherly Love before August 1. The Fightins are going nowhere fast, and if Clay is performing well enough in mid-summer, he's likely to be dealt to a contender (even a potentially David Price-free Boston Red Sox team). Ironically, Buchholz feels less pressured in the snake pit of Philadelphia fandom than he did in Boston. Said Clay, "Coming from an organization that has scrutiny comes with the territory, you learn how to have a short memory with the successful outings and a...
CSN Philly Mar 5, 2017

Clay Buchholz is embracing leadership role on young Phillies' staff

As the elder statesman of the staff, newcomer Clay Bucholz is embracing his role as a mentor to the Phillies' young pitching staff. By Jim Salisbury
philly.com Mar 5, 2017

Clay Buchholz taking Vince Velasquez under his wing

CLEARWATER, Fla. - Clay Buchholz owns both a World Series ring and the indignity of being demoted from a rotation to a bullpen. He is 32, and he is the most experienced starter on the Phillies roster.
Boston Herald Mar 2, 2017
Henry Owens’ struggles continue

Henry Owens’ struggles continue

SARASOTA, Fla. — It still hasn’t happened for Henry Owens.He has yet to take that daunting next step.As Adam Jones hammered one of his pitches for a long home run in the first inning yesterday and the rest of the Orioles lineup knocked him around the park for three more runs, that became clear.“One of the primary goals with Henry is better overall command,” manager John Farrell said. “And that’s still in development.”Clay Buchholz made his spring training debut for the Philadelphia Phillies on Monday. He threw two shutout innings then told reporters he only was throwing at 80...
Red Sox' imaginary pitching depth just became a real nightmare in wake of David Price news

Red Sox' imaginary pitching depth just became a real nightmare in wake of David Price news

FORT MYERS – I can think of 13.5 million reasons why the Red Sox wish they hadn't traded Clay Buchholz last December.That fiscally responsible trade just became this spring's worst nightmare for the Red Sox.

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