While the end result was a World Series championship, Clay Buchholz is hoping to avoid a similarly difficult season in 2014.
Jon Lester pitched more innings last year than ever before, and the Red Sox never envisioned using John Lackey as much coming off of Tommy John surgery. For those reasons, Peter Abraham of the Boston Globe thinks the team might use six starters to begin the season.
While Clay Buchholz admits he isn’t at 100 percent, the Red Sox right-hander is ready for his start Sunday night in Game 4 of the World Series.
CSNNE’s Sean McAdam joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich on Friday, and doesn’t think Clay Buchholz will be on the hill Sunday night in St. Louis.
Dan Roche passes along a few thoughts from Boston’s 8-1 win in Game 1 of the World Series.
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It will be a battle of two of the best pitchers in baseball in Game 2.
The Red Sox lost Game 1, but they won’t be fazed when they take the field in Game 2.
The Boston Red Sox switched up their rotation just a little bit for the ALCS against the Detroit Tigers.
The Red Sox had some fun at Fenway Park on Friday ahead of a team workout.