After Latest Implosion, Clay Buchholz Remains Mystified By Struggles

August 21, 2014 12:12 PM
After Latest Implosion, Clay Buchholz Remains Mystified By Struggles
" BOSTON (CBS) — Clay Buchholz took the mound Wednesday night at Fenway Park and for a while, he looked OK. Then came the fifth inning, which turned a promising outing into a typical 2014 Buchholz appearance.

He allowed the Angels to load the bases with no outs on two singles and a walk. He then walked Kole Calhoun with the bases loaded. Up stepped Mike Trout, who hit a ball into right field that managed to fall between Daniel Nava and Dustin Pedroia. The Sox got an out, but a run crossed the plate.

Albert Pujols singled. Josh Hamilton hit a sacrifice fly. Howie Kendrick singled.

Buchholz got David Freese to ground out to end the inning, but the damage was done. The Angels scored five runs that inning, and it was more than enough to win the game, which they eventually did, 8-3.

“Lost a little bit of feel for a couple of pitches, misfortune … that’s all I got,” a perplexed Buchholz said after the game. “Just missed location with a couple of pitches and they were able to put a big inning together "

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