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The Republican 19 hours ago

Dave Dombrowski on Clay Buchholz: If RHP is healthy, picking up option 'is a very simple thing'

Boston Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski said Friday that as long as Clay Buchholz is healthy, picking up his $13 million option for 2016 is an easy decision to make.
Boston Herald Aug 27, 2015
Red Sox notebook: Clay Buchholz' season, future in doubt

Red Sox notebook: Clay Buchholz' season, future in doubt

CHICAGO — When Clay Buchholz received an injection last month to help treat a flexor strain in his right elbow, he was optimistic he would pitch again this season.And now?“It might be a challenge,” Red Sox interim manager Torey Lovullo said yesterday.
The Republican Aug 26, 2015
Clay Buchholz injury: Boston Red Sox righthander to be reevaluated on Sept. 2

Clay Buchholz injury: Boston Red Sox righthander to be reevaluated on Sept. 2

CHICAGO - It's been just over four weeks since Clay Buchholz received his platelet-rich plasma injection. It figures to be a while longer before he starts throwing. On Wednesday, interim manager Torey Lovullo said Buchholz will be re-evaluated six weeks...
Full Count | WEEI Aug 25, 2015

Clay Buchholz: Pitching this season not driven by contract issue

CHICAGO — On a team full of uncertainty, Clay Buchholz’ future with the team continues to be one of the most undefined issues. The Red Sox pitcher, who continues to recover from a right elbow injury, still doesn’t know if he will pitch this season. Per the advice of Dr. James Andrews, Buchholz will begin […]
Boston Herald Aug 22, 2015
Red Sox notebook: No plan to rush back Clay Buchholz

Red Sox notebook: No plan to rush back Clay Buchholz

The clock is ticking on whether Clay Buchholz will throw another pitch for the Red Sox this season. What we do know is he currently is not throwing a baseball.
Full Count | WEEI Aug 21, 2015

Red Sox pregame notes: Clay Buchholz yet to begin throwing program, rest of year uncertain

Red Sox starter Clay Buchholz last pitched in a game July 10 and hasn’t been able to throw since. “Clay has not [begun a throwing program],” interim manager Torey Lovullo said. “Right now Clay is kind of in a no-throw situation. He feels good enough to throw, but we are evaluating him daily to see […]
Full Count | WEEI Aug 18, 2015

Clay Buchholz supports Ben Cherington: ‘Obviously you’d have to be stupid not to understand that it wasn’t his fault’

As one of the longest tenured members of the Red Sox, Clay Buchholz was one of the players that has known former general manager Ben Cherington the longest. After all, it was the last year of Cherington being the team’s director of player development when Buchholz was drafted in the first-round of the 2005 draft. […]
NoNoHitters.com Aug 14, 2015

Birthday wishes to Buchholz, Horlen and Dean

Happy 31st birthday to Clay Buchholz, who threw a no-hitter as a Boston Red Sox rookie on September 7, 2007. Other no-no throwers born on this day are Joel “Joe” Horlen (1937) and Paul Dean (1912). Buchholz, sidelined since July 10 this season with an elbow injury, threw a no-no in just his second career …
Full Count | WEEI Aug 12, 2015

Clay Buchholz optimistic he will pitch this season after visit to Pensacola

MIAMI — Maybe Clay Buchholz will pitch this year, after all. The Red Sox starter returned from visiting Dr. James Andrews earlier Wednesday with news that he could begin a throwing program. The visit was another precautionary check-up with Dr. Andrews, whose previous examination had convinced Buchholz to receive a PRP (platelet rich plasma) injection […]
The Republican Aug 9, 2015
Clay Buchholz injury: Boston Red Sox righthander to have another checkup before throwing

Clay Buchholz injury: Boston Red Sox righthander to have another checkup before throwing

DETROIT - It's been almost three weeks since Clay Buchholz received a plasma-rich platelet injection in his right arm following a flexor tendon strain. On Wednesday, Buchholz will return to Dr. James Andrews in Pensacola, Fla. for a follow-up appointment....
Boston Herald Aug 8, 2015
Buckley: Red Sox are fading champions

Buckley: Red Sox are fading champions

DETROIT — David Ortiz is the last remaining member of the Red Sox who played on the 2004 team that won the World Series.Remember the 2007 World Series champion Red Sox? Only Ortiz and Dustin Pedroia remain from that team. (Rookie Clay Buchholz pitched in a few games late in the season, including a memorable no-hitter, but he was not on the postseason roster.)Now it’s the plucky, from-out-of-nowhere 2013 “Boston Strong” Red Sox who are fading into history.
The Republican Jul 31, 2015
Clay Buchholz injury: Red Sox won't shut him down for season with flexor tendon injury yet

Clay Buchholz injury: Red Sox won't shut him down for season with flexor tendon injury yet

The Boston Red Sox have not shut Clay Buchholz down for the season yet, though he is on the 60-day disabled list.

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