With Falling Velocity, Can Buchholz Re-Invent Himself Like Pedro Did?

April 10, 2014 4:31 PM
With Falling Velocity, Can Buchholz Re-Invent Himself Like Pedro Did?
" BOSTON (CBS) -  Clay Buchholz didn’t have such a great season debut last Saturday against the Brewers. The 29-year-old lasted just 4.1 innings, giving up six runs on 13 hits, including two home runs.

Buchholz did however get off to a great start in 2013, going 11-1 before being sidelined for three months with a neck injury.

Since then, the starting pitcher just hasn’t been the same. Red Sox fans are frustrated with him, and so are Andy Gresh and Scott Zolak. On Thursday, the two discussed the matter and what the future holds for him.

Zo compared Buchholz to Pedro Martinez, and how Martinez reinvented himself at the end of his career. Zo doubts that Buchholz could do the same if he is truly losing velocity on his throws "

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