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Daily Red Sox Links: Chili Davis, Clay Buchholz, Allen Craig

Daily Red Sox Links: Chili Davis, Clay Buchholz, Allen Craig

Today's links look at the World Series teams, a world without Dave Roberts' stolen base, and building a successful bullpen. Rob Bradford has sources, and they've told him that Chili Davis will be Boston's next hitting coach. (Rob Bradford; WEEI.com) Who is the real Clay Buchholz, and is there any way the Red Sox can count on him to contribute in 2015? (Jason Mastrodonato; Masslive.com) Josh Cookson looks back at some of his preseason predictions about the farm system. (Josh Cookson; Fire Brand of the AL) 2004 was an unbelievable season, but what is life like in the alternate universe...
The Republican Oct 18, 2014

Stock Watch: Clay Buchholz showed signs of growth in 2014, but Red Sox can't count on him

At his best, Buchholz can single-handedly make the Red Sox’s rotation one of the best in baseball, depending who they add this offseason. But they can’t count on that.
Full Count | WEEI Oct 16, 2014

Clay Buchholz’s wife confirms nude photos of her were hacked

Thank you @TMZ for reporting the truth.. http://t.co/U39Vaniqlx #iCloudHack ‘€” Lindsay Clubine (@LindsayClubine) October 15, 2014 Clay Buchholz‘s wife confirmed reports that nude photos of her were stolen by hackers. Talking to TMZ on Wednesday, Lindsay Clubine, a former game show model, said the photos — which were intended only for her husband — were […]
Boston Herald Oct 1, 2014
Red Sox RHP Clay Buchholz has minor knee surgery

Red Sox RHP Clay Buchholz has minor knee surgery

BOSTON — Boston Red Sox right-hander Clay Buchholz has undergone minor knee surgery after an inconsistent season.The operation to repair a torn meniscus in his right knee took place Tuesday, two days after he started the team's final game. General manager Ben Cherington said Buchholz pitched with the injury throughout the season.Buchholz finished with an 8-11 record and 5.34 ERA despite pitching two complete-game, three-hit shutouts.

Buchholz has successful surgery

Boston Red Sox right-hander Clay Buchholz underwent successful meniscus surgery on his right knee on Tuesday. Dr. Peter Asnis performed the procedure at Massachusetts General Hospital. Buchholz, who pitched six innings in Boston’s final game against the Yankees on Sunday, finished the season with an 8-11 record and 5.34 ERA -- the worst ERA of any starter in the league. According to GM Ben Cherington, Buchholz pitched with the injury during the season.
KFFL Sep 30, 2014

Red Sox | Clay Buchholz has surgery

Boston Red Sox SP Clay Buchholz (knee) had successful surgery on his knee Tuesday, Sept. ...
KFFL Sep 29, 2014

Red Sox | Clay Buchholz to have normal offseason

Updating a previous report, Boston Red Sox SP Clay Buchholz (knee) is expected to have ...
Full Count | WEEI Sep 29, 2014

Red Sox health updates: Clay Buchholz to undergo right knee procedure; Allen Craig’s foot considered a non-issue

Red Sox GM Ben Cherington announced that right-hander Clay Buchholz was expected to undergo a minor right knee procedure to repair his meniscus by head team orthopedist Dr. Peter Asnis. Cherington said that Buchholz had been dealing with the issue on and off for some time, though the discomfort hadn’t always been present and it […]
KFFL Sep 29, 2014

Red Sox | Clay Buchholz to have surgery

Boston Red Sox SP Clay Buchholz (knee) will have the meniscus in his right knee ...
Full Count | WEEI Sep 28, 2014

Sunday’s Red Sox-Yankees matchups: Clay Buchholz vs. Michael Pineda

The Red Sox conclude their 2014 season at Fenway Park on Sunday afternoon against the rival Yankees. Clay Buchholz will pitch against Michael Pineda during Derek Jeter‘s last-ever game in the major leagues. Buchholz (8-10, 5.31 ERA) has been resurgent of late, and is looking to gear up for next season. For seven innings last […]
Full Count | WEEI Sep 27, 2014

Clay Buchholz aiming to be Derek Jeter’s last pitcher

For Clay Buchholz, the scenario is a dream. He was the kid from Texas who grew up with that poster on his wall of his baseball idol, the one of the guy the young shortstop-turned-pitcher fashioned his baseball world around. And now — one week from Sunday — Buchholz will get the opportunity to become the last […]
Quantifying the Inconsistency of Clay Buchholz

Quantifying the Inconsistency of Clay Buchholz

The righty has the second-worst ERA among qualifying major leaguers -- though there have also been indications that the Red Sox shouldn't give up on him just yet, so he remains as enigmatic as ever going into 2015.
The Republican Sep 24, 2014

Poor fielding costs Clay Buchholz as Boston Red Sox fall to Tampa Bay Rays

Even though they’re meaningless games, Clay Buchholz is doing his best to end a rough season on a good note.
Over the Monster Sep 24, 2014

Red Sox 2, Rays 6: Something good gone bad

The 2014 Red Sox can always find a way to turn something good into something bad. The Red Sox fell in Clay Buchholz' last start of the season as a thoroughly encouraging start took a sudden turn for the worse in the later innings. At its heart, this game is the story of the 2014 Red Sox writ small. Or maybe just the eighth inning is. Coming off a bad outing against the Pittsburgh Pirates, Clay Buchholz started the night in excpetional form. Other than the third inning, when Yoenis Cespedes gunned down Yunel Escobar at home to keep the Rays off the board, Buchholz had little trouble keeping...

Buchholz's night quickly goes south

BOSTON -- As Red Sox manager John Farrell put it, Tuesday night was decided on a play that outfielder Yoenis Cespedes has made a number of times. A fly ball to left field was all that stood in the way of Clay Buchholz having pitched eight scoreless innings. But instead, Cespedes mistimed his leap at the wall, allowing the ball to float over his head for a two-run double and paving the way for an implosion by Buchholz that led to a 6-2 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays.

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