Buchholz Stable, But Remains In Hospital

June 26, 2012 12:00 AM
Buchholz Stable, But Remains In Hospital
" BOSTON (CBS) – Red Sox starter Clay Buchholz is stable, but was still in the hospital as of Monday night with intestinal bleeding.

On Monday, Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine said the team is still no sure what caused the bleeding, but assured the media the 27-year-old right-hander was OK.

“Last night he was hoping to get out today, but I was just in the training room and they decided to keep him a little longer,” Valentine said Monday prior to Boston’s 9-6 loss to Toronto "

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