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Clay Buchholz

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  • For What it's Worth---World Series, Toure, KU, KSU and the Preps

    For What it's Worth---World Series, Toure, KU, KSU and the Preps
    A moment of serious reflection:  I’m watching game two of the World Series the other night with my kids, when my 11 year old daughter looks up and asks, “When’s halftime?”  Of all my considerable failings as a parent, this was...
  • Buchholz Has Chance To Change Fans' Perceptions Of Him

    Buchholz Has Chance To Change Fans' Perceptions Of Him
    ST. LOUIS — Clay Buchholz not only has a chance to win a vital World Series game on Sunday night, the lean Red Sox righthander also has the chance to forever change the way so many Red Sox fans view him. There is no pitching metric to put an exact...
  • Jeff Jacobs: The Graybeard And The Ace

    Jeff Jacobs: The Graybeard And The Ace
    ST. LOUIS — This one didn't end with an obstruction call. This one didn't end with anybody getting picked off first base. This wasn't another one of those "first time in World Series history" games. This one wasn't decided by anybody throwing...
  • Everyone is pitching in for the Red Sox

    Everyone is pitching in for the Red Sox
    Even with a resurgent John Lackey starting Wednesday night in hopes of leading the Boston Red Sox to their first World Series-clinching victory at Fenway Park in 95 years, their bullpen could be crowded. "They know the urgency," pitching coach Juan...
  • Jeff Jacobs: Cherington's Mostly Brilliant Moves Rebuilt Franchise

    Jeff Jacobs: Cherington's Mostly Brilliant Moves Rebuilt Franchise
    BOSTON — Only moments after the Red Sox had completed one of the greatest one-year turnarounds in baseball history, clinching their first World Series title at Fenway since 1918, David Ortiz broke free of a crowd of teammates and planted a giant...
  • With Champs In The House, Patriots Look Unbeatable

    With Champs In The House, Patriots Look Unbeatable
    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Truth serum time. When Chris Berman convened the 2013 NFL draft on ESPN back on April 25, as you dipped the first of many salted chips into the salsa, would you have believed either one of these scenarios? Shortly before 4:30 p....
  • Tigers' success gives Cabrera edge as MVP

    Tigers' success gives Cabrera edge as MVP
    Thank you, Miguel Cabrera. You too, Josh Hamilton. From someone who is voting for the American League Most Valuable Player award, it's really nice to have an easy choice when you write the first name on the ballot — or type it, actually, as the...
  • Reader Q&A: Mark Gonzales' Cubs mailbag

    Reader Q&A: Mark Gonzales' Cubs mailbag
    Why don't the Cubs make a push to get Joe Maddon from the Rays? I think he is, by far, the best manager in baseball and is personally worth 10 to 20 wins a year. He works mostly with young players in Tampa Bay, which obviously will be our core for the...
  • Lackey Finally Gets Some Run Support In Game 2 Win

    Lackey Finally Gets Some Run Support In Game 2 Win
    BOSTON — Joe Maddon was the bench coach for the 2002 Angels when John Lackey became the first rookie pitcher to win a Game 7 of the World Series in 93 years. The Rays manager said Friday that he was always grateful to Lackey for the winner's share...
  • Rays stave off elimination again in 5-4 win against Red Sox

    Rays stave off elimination again in 5-4 win against Red Sox
    ST. PETERSBURG — Happy Home Run Monday, everybody. Four innings after Birthday Boy Evan Longoria hit a three-run homer off Clay Buchholz, substitute catcher Jose Lobaton drilled a two-out walk-off homer off Koji Uehara to keep the Tampa Bay Rays...
  • The Beards Needed A Boost, And Ortiz Provides It

    The Beards Needed A Boost, And Ortiz Provides It
    BOSTON — All that stuff about Fear the Beard, and the hard truth is that through two chilly October nights at Fenway Park Anibal Sanchez and Max Scherzer had cut through the most productive lineup in baseball like Schick and Gillette. All that stuff...
  • David Ortiz spurs Red Sox to 6-5 comeback victory over Tigers

    David Ortiz spurs Red Sox to 6-5 comeback victory over Tigers
    BOSTON — When Boston Red Sox outfielder Shane Victorino strolls to the plate at Fenway Park, the public-address system blares the opening lyric to his walk-up song: "Don't worry about a thing …" The Red Sox faithful promptly finish the...