Clay Buchholz

Phillies Starter Buchholz Has Surgery, Season Likely Done
The Phillies announced the final fate for right-handed starting pitcher Clay Buchholz on Tuesday afternoon.  Dr. James Andrews, renown surgeon, performed what the Phillies called successful surgery to replair Buchholz's torn flexor tendon in his right forearm...
Phillies Name Zach Eflin Tuesday’s Starter
The Phillies are in much better a situation in their starting rotation than they were a year ago.  Four starts in, veteran Charlie Morton was lost for the season.   Adam Morgan had to enter the starting rotation.  Next on the list was Zach Eflin...
Phillies Starter Clay Buchholz Has Flexor Tendon Tear
The Phillies added veteran starting pitcher Clay Buchholz as depth, so that the young Phillies rotation could grow and protect the Phillies against an injury.  However, the first injury came to Buchholz himself.  After a series of tests, the Phillies announced that Buchholz has a flex…
Phillies Option Adam Morgan to Triple-A Lehigh Valley
After Phillies starter Clay Buchholz exited the game in the third inning of the Phillies 14-4 loss to the New York Mets on Thursday, they turned to their long man, Adam Morgan.   Morgan provided the team little relief, going three and two-thirds innings while allowing four earned runs…
Phillies Starter Clay Buchholz Exits Early With Injury
For the second year in a row, the Phillies added a veteran starter to their rotation to create some depth.  For the second year in a row, the veteran depth has been the first starting pitcher to suffer an injury.   Clay Buchholz, in just his second start of the season, departed early …
Phillies Mailbag: Starting Pitching Depth, Nava, Roster Spots
It is Tuesday and it's once again time for the Phillies mailbag, heard each week on The Sports Bash with Mike Gill on 97.3 ESPN.   Tune your radio to 97.3 or listen online at 973espn.com.  Have a question?  Send me a message on Twitter at @FrankKlose or send an email to sportstal…
Phillies Can Boost Bullpen Long-Term With Morgan and Asher
The Phillies head into Spring Training with plenty of starting pitching.  Provided all are healthy, the Phillies will feature a rotation of Aaron Nola, Jerad Eickhoff, Jeremy Hellickson, Clay Buchholz, and Vince Velasquez.   That is in addition to many arms that will not fit onto the roster: Jake Th…

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