Buchholz Gives Up Run, Three Hits In Spring Debut: ‘Everything Is Good’

March 4, 2014 8:13 PM
Buchholz Gives Up Run, Three Hits In Spring Debut: ‘Everything Is Good’
" BOSTON (CBS) – Red Sox starter Clay Buchholz made his spring debut on Tuesday, allowing one run off three hits over an inning of work against the Tampa Bay Rays.

Buchholz threw 14 of his 26 pitches for strikes, striking out one and walking one.

“First game jitters,” he told reporters after the game. “The velocity is creeping back up to where it needs to be, and no problems throughout the whole thing. Just a couple pitches spinning off, and that’s mechanical so it’s an easy fix.”

Buchholz said his fastball was clocked from 88-93 mph, and he felt like he had good command of his secondary stuff. He didn’t feel any lingering issues with his neck or shoulder, which limited him to just 16 starts in 2013.

“Everything is good "

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