This is a team that went through the entire 2013 season without losing more than three games in a row en route to their third World Series title in a decade. At 20-25 and possessing the American League’s third worst record, Boston is just struggling to stay afloat at this point in time.
Red Sox catcher David Ross joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich show Thursday morning to discuss the state of the team and a host of other topics as well.
Perhaps no player better embodies the 2014 season than Clay Buchholz, who’s struggled with consistency and is incapable of capturing last year’s magic, in his case before he got injured.
Ross told T&R he can’t put an exact reason on what’s going wrong for Buchholz and gets the sense it’s more of a mechanical issue — because the velocity is there. Buchholz went just 4.2 innings in last night’s loss and was hit hard by a tough Toronto lineup "
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