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Jul 28, 2014
Rotoworld
Mopping up after Clay Buchholz was pulled, Felix Doubront gave up six runs while getting just two outs in the sixth inning Monday against the Red Sox.
Full Count | WEEI 19 hours ago

Clay Buchholz: Sox hurt by loss of some key players from last season

A year ago on July 28, the Red Sox were 20 games above .500. They maintained a slim half-game lead in the AL East. Fast forward to this season, and they occupy the cellar of the division and were just handed one of their worst defeats of the season, falling 14-1 to the Blue Jays. […]
Boston Herald Jul 29, 2014
A scary Plan B-uchholz

A scary Plan B-uchholz

Clay Buchholz not only pitched lousy last night, but his timing was impeccably bad as well.At a time, when everyone still is trying to get used to the rapidly increasing reality that Jon Lester is going to be traded by Thursday at 4 p.m. or signed by a deep-pocketed team like the Yankees or Dodgers before Thanksgiving, Buchholz went out and delivered a brutal start: seven runs, four walks in five-plus innings.
Rotoworld Jul 28, 2014

Clay Buchholz gives up seven runs to Jays - Clay Buchholz (S) Boston Red Sox

Clay Buchholz surrendered seven runs in five-plus innings Monday in a loss to the Blue Jays.
Over the Monster Jul 24, 2014

Red Sox starting pitchers and the nine-inning curse

For Red Sox starters, going the distance might be an achievement best avoided. Looking for a crackpot theory that confuses correlation and causation and is couched in superstition? I've got just the thing! Red Sox pitchers should stop going nine innings because it only leads to disaster. Remember last week when Clay Buchholz fired off nine innings of shutout ball, striking out 12 Astros? Remember how impressive he looked, and how convinced we all were that he was back in earnest? Now look at his last two starts. Sixteen hits and nine runs (eight earned) in twelve innings, with as many walks...
Fenway Nation Jul 24, 2014

Buchholz 'Walks' His Way Into A 6-4 Loss To Jays

(Photo by Tom Szczerbowski/)Well, The Carmine Hose pretty much have to sweep the rest of this road trip (one more afternoon tilt in America Lite and three more at the MostPulpDome in Tampa) to have any realistic chance at the post-season. Clay Buchholz put one nail in the 2014 coffin with six lifeless innings in which he surrendered 3-0 and 4-3 leads. He coughed up five earned runs and walked four—all coming back to haunt him. Not exactly ace material in the 6-4 loss. With Brock 'Babe' Holt inexplicably riding the pine, Boston's offense was led by David Ortiz (24th HR), Daniel Nava and...
Boston Herald Jul 24, 2014
Clay Buchholz gives it away

Clay Buchholz gives it away

TORONTO — Xander Bogaerts dropped to one knee, angry with himself for rushing a throw that didn’t need to be quite so rushed and committing an error that allowed the go-ahead run to score.But that wasn’t why the Red Sox lost last night, and Clay Buchholz knew it.“I’ll take the blame for this one,” Buchholz said. “For sure.”

Buchholz escapes injury, but can't dodge loss

TORONTO—There was a dazed aspect to Clay Buchholz’s pitching Wednesday night, and that was even before he took a comebacker from Munenori Kawasaki off the side of his head. The Red Sox barely had time to savor the 3-0 lead David Ortiz gave them with his fourth home run in three nights before Buchholz gave it all back in the bottom of the first, foreshadowing what would become a 6-4 Sox defeat. “I’ll take the blame for this one, for sure,’’ Buchholz said.
Full Count | WEEI Jul 23, 2014

Clay Buchholz will be ‘all right’ after taking grounder off head

TORONTO — The first inning Wednesday night was a nightmare for Clay Buchholz. Not only did he allow the Blue Jays to claim three runs in the frame after the Red Sox had busted out with three in the top of the first, but the Red Sox starter also experienced another uncomfortable incident in the [...]
Full Count | WEEI Jul 23, 2014

Wednesday’s Red Sox-Blue Jays matchups: Clay Buchholz vs. R.A. Dickey

The Red Sox continue their four-game series against the Blue Jays in Toronto on Wednesday when Clay Buchholz opposes R.A. Dickey. Buchholz (5-5, 5.46 ERA) wasn’t at his best in his latest outing last Friday, but he was effective enough to lead the Red Sox to a 5-4 win over the Royals. The right-hander gave [...]

Buchholz keeps damage to a minimum

BOSTON -- As alarming as 10 hits allowed in six innings can be for a pitcher, for Red Sox starter Clay Buchholz such a stat line represented a continued positive development. Sure, the hits weren’t ideal. But such is the territory with another walk-free outing for the right-hander, his fourth in five starts since returning from the disabled list June 25, a span in which he’s pitched 35 2/3 innings and allowed just one walk. Friday night’s 5-4 victory over the Kansas City Royals marked Buchholz’s fifth win of the season and third since his return.
Boston Herald Jul 19, 2014
Clay Buchholz gets help from his friends

Clay Buchholz gets help from his friends

Clay Buchholz outmaneuvered his tormenters long enough to earn his fifth win of the season last night.Buchholz contained 10 Kansas City hits over six innings and was the pitcher of record in the Red Sox’ 5-4 victory over the Royals in the opener of a three-game series at Fenway Park.
Coming Off Shutout, Buchholz Looks to Continue Strong Stretch

Coming Off Shutout, Buchholz Looks to Continue Strong Stretch

Thanks to the four-day All-Star break, Clay Buchholz has the distinction of starting back-to-back games for the Red Sox while still getting his regular rest between starts.
Full Count | WEEI Jul 18, 2014

Friday’s Red Sox-Royals matchups: Clay Buchholz vs. James Shields

The Red Sox will kick off the second half of the 2014 season Friday when they host the Royals for a three-game set at Fenway Park. Boston will send Clay Buchholz to the mound against James Shields in the series opener. Buchholz (4-5, 5.42 ERA) turned in his best outing of the season Sunday against [...]

Minor league recaps on Gonzalez, Alvarez, Walker, Yastrzemski and Johnson - School of Roch

Miguel Gonzalez made his start tonight at Triple-A Norfolk and threw 88 pitches in six innings. Gonzalez, optioned by the Orioles so he could get some work during the All-Star break, allowed three runs and five hits over six innings. He walked two, struck out one, gave up a home...
Fenway Nation Jul 14, 2014

ClayMationNation; Buchholz Fans 12 In 11-0 Win

(AP Photo/Pat Sullivan)This is what we've been waiting for from Clay Buchholz. The pre-injury snappy breaking stuff, the nasty cutter, the poise on the mound—the results. The tall righty fanned 11 Astros, giving up just three hits on the way to a complete-game shutout of Houston, 11-0. There was no doubt about the dominance of Buchholz from start to finish—he tossed seven pitches in the first and seven in the ninth. The offense was keyed by (who else?) Brock 'Babe' Holt who collected five hits—including a lead-off home run to start the scoring (he's now hitting .327). Christian Vazquez...

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