Deloisio On T&R: Playoff Success Depends On Buchholz

August 12, 2013 1:36 PM
Deloisio On T&R: Playoff Success Depends On Buchholz
" The Red Sox lost three of four to the Kansas City Royals, but still have a three game lead over the Tampa Bay Rays for the division. What are the chances that this Sox team will have success in the playoffs?

“In my opinion a lot of that question depends on what happens with Clay Buchholz once he comes back over the last month of the season,” Tim Deloisio of FireBrandAL told 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich on Monday morning. “If he slots in at the top of the rotation where he left off I think this team is very dangerous in the post season.”

Deloisio isn’t so positive about this team if the young pitcher doesn’t make a return "

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