8:16 PM EDT, Sun April 26, 2015
The Republican Apr 23, 2015
Clay Buchholz spins another strong performance despite Boston Red Sox loss

Clay Buchholz spins another strong performance despite Boston Red Sox loss

Clay Buchholz threw another strong start in a loss to Tampa Bay.
Over the Monster Apr 23, 2015

Red Sox 1, Rays 2: No offense for Clay Buchholz

Clay did his part. Nobody else did theirs. The Red Sox dropped their first series of the year Thursday night as the bats fell silent behind an impressive Clay Buchholz. It was a game which more or less followed the script for a quiet day from the Red Sox offense. While they've got plenty of runs this year, many have come with the help of opposing defenses, leaving plenty of cold bats in the lineup. For some, like Mookie Betts, it's been more a matter of luck than anything--hard-hit balls finding gloves while teammates reach on errors. For others, it's been simple mediocrity. Tonight, it was...
The Republican Apr 23, 2015
Tampa Bay Rays walk off with 2-1 win despite Clay Buchholz gem for Boston Red Sox

Tampa Bay Rays walk off with 2-1 win despite Clay Buchholz gem for Boston Red Sox

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - Clay Buchholz fired six innings of two-hit ball, but it wasn't enough for the Red Sox. Rene Rivera shot a single just inside the third-base line to score Allan Dykstra in the bottom of the ninth...
DRaysBay Apr 23, 2015

C.J. Riefenhauser to the DL, Mahtook Promoted

Riefenhauser become the 12th player to be placed on the DL, already a franchise high The Rays took the second game of the series last night against the Red Sox, thanks to a come from behind victory, in which the offense finally managed to come through with runners in scoring position, and also a strong debut from Jake Elmore, who pinch ran and scored, then homered in his first Rays at bat. Tonight they'll send Jake Odorizzi to the mound against Clay Buchholz, who's had an up-and-down beginning to the season. Steven Souza seems to have shaken off the cramp that caused him to be pulled from...
Full Count | WEEI Apr 23, 2015

Thursday’s Red Sox-Rays matchups: Clay Buchholz vs. Jake Odorizzi

In the Red Sox‘ last game at Tropicana Field until June, righty Clay Buchholz will be tasked with handling the ball for Boston, facing off against Jake Odorizzi of the Rays. Bouncing back from his shaky start against the Yankees, Buchholz tossed six innings of two-run ball against the Orioles on Saturday, fanning seven batters. […]
Boston Herald Apr 23, 2015
Joe Kelly latest in rotation to take wrong turn

Joe Kelly latest in rotation to take wrong turn

ST. PETERBURG, Fla. — So now that we’ve seen three complete turns of the Red Sox rotation, what’s the bright side?That Joe Kelly is the only starter with an ERA that begins with a “4”?In the name of Justin “Cinco” Masterson (5.74) and the Tres Seises — Clay Buchholz (6.06), Wade Miley (6.08) and Rick Porcello (6.63) — this every-fifth-start check-in is beginning to resemble an exercise that only a mother could love doing.Three times through, the Red Sox rotation is trending, rapidly, in the wrong direction.
Over the Monster Apr 22, 2015

Why Clay Buchholz's start to 2015 is encouraging

Clay Buchholz may always be an enigma, but his early-season numbers for the Red Sox provide reasons for optimism. Trying to predict the future can be a maddening task, and that is especially the case when Clay Buchholz is involved. The right-hander has been anything but consistent throughout his career with the Red Sox, and it remains something of a mystery as to why he can flash elite stuff one start and hardly resemble a major-league pitcher the next. We've already seen the full Buchholz experience just two weeks into this season. He looked nearly unhittable in Boston's Opening Day...
Boston Herald Apr 19, 2015
Hanley Ramirez, Clay Buchholz both insist things aren’t as they seem

Hanley Ramirez, Clay Buchholz both insist things aren’t as they seem

Hanley Ramirez said the fly ball hit The Wall and then his glove.Everyone else saw the fly ball hit the heel of his glove.Clay Buchholz said that it didn’t feel like he gave up 11 hits and that the Orioles hitters just hit his pitches where the defenders weren’t standing.Everyone else seemed to agree that it felt like more than 11 hits and that Buchholz was extremely fortunate to get away with allowing just two earned runs in the Red Sox’ 4-1 loss yesterday afternoon.
Boston Herald Apr 19, 2015
Clay Buchholz bounces back

Clay Buchholz bounces back

Clay Buchholz wasn’t perfect, but he did exactly what he needed to do yesterday afternoon, delivering a bounceback performance after putting his worst career start (a 10-run outing against the Yankees) in the rearview mirror.“After that outing, the last thing you want to do is just let them hit the ball around,” a relieved Buchholz said after the Red Sox’ 4-1 loss to the Orioles.
Full Count | WEEI Apr 18, 2015

Buck Showalter, Chris Tillman take swipes at ‘forever’ pace of Clay Buchholz

Clay Buchholz has earned a reputation as one of the slowest pitchers in baseball with runners on base. The Baltimore Orioles felt the Red Sox pitcher Saturday reached a new low – or long – as he slowed the game down to a crawl in the fourth and fifth innings. Buchholz threw 30 pitches in […]
Fenway Nation Apr 18, 2015

Buchholz Pitches Better (Sort Of), Still Loses

(AP Photo)For the Red Sox to be 7-4 with inconsistent starting pitching and occasional offense is nothing short of a miracle. Both deficits were on display today as Clay Buchholz gave up 11 hits (and somehow only two runs) in six innings of spotty work and the offense eked out 7 hits (six from two players) in a 4-1 loss. David Ortiz and Brock Holt (of course) has three hits apiece, but Boston's offense (just 4 hits last night despite the win) is sputtering (four runs in the last 18 innings). Be thankful they're in first place—they don't really deserve to be there.
Over the Monster Apr 18, 2015

Red Sox 1, Orioles 4: Quiet bats can't back up Clay Buchholz

Clay Buchholz turned in a quality start, but the Red Sox couldn't support him at the plate. The Red Sox fell to the Orioles 4-1 Saturday evening, with the bats that struggled to put together three runs on Friday going almost entirely quiet against Chris Tillman and Baltimore's bullpen. Headed into the game, the real question was whether Boston's lineup would even get a shot. In his last outing, Clay Buchholz had allowed seven runs to the Yankees in the very first inning. When he started off Saturday's game with an up-and-down first featuring a line drive, a bloop, and a strikeout, it was a...
Full Count | WEEI Apr 18, 2015

Closing Time: Clay Buchholz better, but still not good enough; Red Sox lose to Orioles

It was hard to tell if the perception of Clay Buchholz was altered Saturday. The result of the starter’s outing was clearly better than what transpired the last time out, yet much of the six innings in which Buchholz was thick with uneasiness. The end result of Buchholz’ third start of the season was a […]
MASN Sports Apr 18, 2015

O's game blog: It's Tillman time in second game of series - Steve Melewski

Game blog: Tillman and Buchholz have both had up-and-down start to their seasons
Full Count | WEEI Apr 18, 2015

Saturday’s Red Sox-Orioles matchups: Clay Buchholz vs. Chris Tillman

In the second game of this battle for the top of the AL East, the Red Sox will send Clay Buchholz out to the mound Saturday while the Orioles opt for Chris Tillman. Buchholz got the ball in the first game of the season and put together a scoreless seven innings, striking out nine and […]

Clay Buchholz Photos

Red Sox Player News

  • 5

    Wade Miley

    Boston Red Sox's Wade Miley struggles again; unlike Farrell, he doesn't think his pace affecting him

  • 3

    David Ortiz

    Red Sox vs. Orioles lineups: David Ortiz sits, Brock Holt starts in left

  • 3

    Koji Uehara

    Koji Uehara coughs it up

  • 3

    Brock Holt

    Red Sox lineup: David Ortiz sits, Brock Holt starts in left in series finale vs. Orioles

  • 2

    Matt Barnes

    Red Sox minor lines: Pawtucket's (literal) power problems

  • 1

    Shane Victorino

    Red Sox place Shane Victorino on 15-day disabled list, recall Matt Barnes

  • 1

    Allen Craig

    Papi Sits, Hanley DHs, Holt Plays LF Today

  • 1

    Junichi Tazawa

  • Clay Buchholz

    Clay Buchholz spins another strong performance despite Boston Red Sox loss

  • Rick Porcello

    Red Sox Notebook: Time to sink to old low