Manager John Farrell announced Boston’s plan for Buchholz on Sunday.
“Seventy-five to 80 pitches is probably a reasonable number to throw,” said Farrell — according to ESPNBoston . “We know there will be an increase in intensity, as we look for him to make that first step back.”
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“Our goal for the remainder of the month would be not only to stretch him out, but to see if there’s a certain dependability we get from him "
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Buchholz has not pitched since June 8, sidelined with inflammation near his neck and shoulder. Before the injury, he was 9-0 with a 1.71 ERARead more
Red Sox pitcher Clay Buchholz is set to make his return to the rotation, which means someone has to be bumped from the starting staff for atRead more