Clay Buchholz News Archive
Buchholz adjusted the grip of his changeup mid-game Monday night, which lowered his velocity and produced swings-and-misses in a loss to the White Sox, the Providence Journal reports. The changeup has been a problem this season for Buchholz, who hung one early in Monday's game that resulted in an Adam Dunn homer.
Buchholz lost Monday against the White Sox as he pitched seven innings and allowed four runs, five hits and one walk to go along with seven strikeouts.
Buchholz pitched 6.1 innings Tuesday, allowing only one run on five hits (no walks) while striking out two batters and taking a no-decision in the Red Sox' 2-1 loss to the Cubs.
Buchholz used all of his pitches in Wednesday night's win over the Mariners, the Providence Journal reports. He employed a mix of his cutter, changeup and curveball, more in line with last season.
Buchholz (3-4) picked up the win in his first start back from the disabled list on Wednesday. He gave up four runs on seven hits and struck out two over 7.1 innings.
Buchholz (knee) will be activated from the disabled list and start Wednesday night in Seattle, the Providence Journal reports.
Buchholz (knee) is on track to start for the Red Sox on Wednesday, MLB Network Radio reports.
Buchholz (knee) will make his next start with the Red Sox, though no date has been determined, the Providence Journal's Tim Britton reports.
Buchholz (knee) tossed six shutout innings in his second rehab start at Triple-A Pawtucket on Thursday, giving up two hits and two walks while striking out five.
Buchholz (knee) will toe the rubber Thursday at Triple-A Pawtucket, Brian MacPherson of the Providence Journal reports.