Boston Herald "As much as anyone, Red Sox manager John Farrell knows all about Clay Buchholz’ tortured injury history, having lived through many of the right-hander’s finger, hamstring, back, neck, knee and elbow issues. Yet Farrell somehow remains confident in Buchholz’ ability to pitch 200 innings next..." December 09
Boston Globe "That the Red Sox will pick up Clay Buchholz’s $13 million option for 2016 this week — the option must be picked up five days after the World Series — seems like a formality. But that won’t be the end of the discussion concerning the 31-year-old righthander. Buchholz’s name is already rolling..." November 03
CSN New England "Clay Buchholz broke a nice sweat after throwing a bullpen on Sunday morning, just the second time he's thrown since an elbow injury put him on the shelf in mid July. Torey Lovullo said the point was for Buchholz to throw 20-25 pitches, go through a typical bullpen and get a feel for..." September 28
MLB.com "Earlier this week, Clay Buchholz at last got clearance to resume throwing, and he progressed to 75 feet on Wednesday, making 24 throws. "He's reported that he's feeling very, very good," said interim manager Torey Lovullo. "We're obviously monitoring that. He's really encouraged by where he's..." September 02
Dombro: Buchholz won't pitch this season. If he's healthy, easy decision to pick up his '16 option.
Clay Buchholz has not yet started a throwing program. #RedSox unsure about whether he'll pitch before the season ends.
WEEI Boston "Maybe Clay Buchholz will pitch this year, after all. The Red Sox starter returned from visiting Dr. James Andrews earlier Wednesday with news that he could begin a throwing program. The visit was another precautionary check-up with Dr. Andrews, whose previous examination had convinced Buchholz..." August 13
CSN New England "There's no sense in rushing Clay Buchholz back now. Buchholz told reporters Thursday in Houston that he wouldn't pitch again for another five or six weeks, taking him into early September. The pitcher recevied a PRP (platelet-rich plasma) injection the other day to aid his recovery from a..." July 25
Providence Journal "Clay Buchholz expects to be sidelined for the next five to six weeks as he recovers from an injection of platelet-rich plasma into his right elbow. Buchholz, who first felt tightness in his elbow in his July 10 start against the Yankees, decided to receive the injection after consulting with Dr...." July 24
NESN "Clay Buchholz will be on the shelf for longer than originally anticipated. Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell told reporters Wednesday in Houston that Buchholz received a platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injection in his injured right elbow from Dr. James Andrews, who confirmed the team’s initial..." July 23
Buchholz going to Dr. Andrews for second opinion Wednesday. Says just precautionary and for peace of mind like in 13
ESPN Boston "The Red Sox have placed right-handed pitcher Clay Buchholz on the 15-day disabled list with a strained flexor muscle in his forearm and promoted rookie left-hander Brian Johnson from Triple-A Pawtucket to take his place on the roster. Johnson, who was scheduled to start for Pawtucket on..." July 12
Flexor muscle strain for Buchholz. No timetable yet, but on DL. No ligament damage. Johnson a candidate for rotation.
Buchholz left with right elbow tightness, according to Red Sox.
NESN "Clay Buchholz isn’t concerned about whether he’ll follow in the footsteps of Jon Lester, John Lackey and Jake Peavy, among others. Not every July rumor carries weight. Buchholz, the only member of the Boston Red Sox’s 2014 Opening Day rotation to not be traded at last season’s Major League..." July 05
WEEI Boston "With the non-waiver trade deadline just more than a month away, and the Red Sox sitting 9 1/2 games out of first-place in the American League East, it should come as no surprise that potential trade targets are being identified. This year, Clay Buchholz has entered into the rumor mill. The Red..." June 24
NESN "David Ortiz had a good laugh at Clay Buchholz’s disposal Friday. Buchholz received a letter from Major League Baseball regarding a batter’s box violation in the Boston Red Sox’s Opening Day win over the Philadelphia Phillies. The right-hander apparently stepped out of the batter’s box in his..." April 10
Boston Herald "Curt Schilling knows a No. 1 starter when he sees one, and the outspoken ex-Red Sox ace doesn't think Clay Buchholz has the makeup to be a No. 1 starter. "Well, I don't think he wants to be one," Schilling said Wednesday in a conference call to promote ESPN's Sunday Night Baseball. "I think..." April 02
New York Post "Few things in life are more frustrating than being unable to get even with somebody who wronged you. Red Sox pitcher Clay Buchholz knows the feeling all too well after his iPhone was hacked last October, and explicit photos of his wife, Lindsay Clubine, went viral on the Internet. “Lindsay..." February 25
CSN New England "If there were ever a year for Clay Buchholz to step forward and fully realize his potential, this would be the one. As currently constituted, the Red Sox lack a certifiable No. 1 starter for their rotation and Buchholz would seem perfectly suited to assume that role. Buchholz has flashed..." February 19
TMZ "The wife of Boston Red Sox star Clay Buchholtz says she's the latest victim in the nude photo hacking scandal -- and tells TMZ Sports the racy photos were ONLY meant to be seen by her husband. We spoke with Lindsay Clubine -- a former "Deal or No Deal" briefcase model -- who tells us she was..." October 16
#RedSox will indeed start Buchholz on Wednesday. No word on corresponding move as yet.
Buchholz's next start will be with the Red Sox. Date to be determined.
Hardball Talk "Clay Buchholz had a shaky first minor-league rehab start Saturday at Triple-A, allowing three runs in 4.2 innings, and today the Red Sox announced that he’ll make at least one more start in the minors before coming off the disabled list. Alex Speier of WEEI.com reports that the Red Sox want him..." June 16
The Red Sox today placed RHP Clay Buchholz on the 15-day DL (retroactive to yesterday) due to a hyperextended left knee.
ESPN Boston "No decision has been made on whether struggling Boston Red Sox starter Clay Buchholz will make his next start, manager John Farrell said Tuesday, citing a new concern that Buchholz may have hyperextended his left knee while making a pitch the day before. Television cameras on Monday showed..." May 27
WEEI Boston "Among the many offseason stops made by Red Sox pitching coach Juan Nieves as he checked on his pitchers throughout the country, there were intriguing particularly signs when he stopped at the University of Texas. Nieves caught up there with right-handers Brandon Workman and Clay Buchholz, where..." February 09
Farrell says on @WEEI that Buchholz is available for tonight and tomorrow.
Boston Herald "There was Curt Schilling and his bloody sock gutting out a win-or-die Game 6 in the 2004 ALCS, and there was Pedro Martinez with his bad back pitching six no-hit innings of relief in the decisive Game 5 of the 1999 Division Series against Cleveland. And then there was Clay Buchholz last night..." October 28
New York Post "Clay Buchholz is banking that his right shoulder won’t be a problem on Sunday. “It’s going to be my first World Series experience being on the field,” said the Red Sox right-hander, who will be opposed by Lance Lynn in Game 4, with Boston trailing St. Louis two games to one after the Cardinals’..." October 27
Clay Buchholz says he'll start Game 4 Sunday in St. Louis #RedSox
Just watched Buchholz throw about 10-15 uncomfortable throws on flat ground. That didn't look good
WEEI Boston "After the Red Sox’ 8-1 win over the Cardinals in Game 1 of the World Series Clay Buchholz offered an update for his status for the rest of the series. The Red Sox righty explained that his goal was now to pitch in Game 4 which moves Jake Peavy into the start for Game 3 in St. Louis. While..." October 24
WEEI Boston "According to multiple team sources the Red Sox “fully expect” Clay Buchholz to be ready to make his next scheduled start which would presumably be in Game 3 of the World Series against the Cardinals in St. Louis. While a source suggested there are some physical issues Buchholz is dealing with..." October 23
Boston Herald "Tomorrow Clay Buchholz takes what could be his best and last shot this season at making folks use his name and the word “ace” in the same sentence. It’s been a while which means his timing could not be much worse. Buchholz’ omission is made even more glaring since the talk of this American..." October 18
Buchholz says there is nothing holding him back physically at this point. #RedSox
Farrell notes Peavy and Buchholz will throw in sim game Wed. "Make of that what you will." Virtually guarantees Lester Game 1 Lackey Game 2
Boston Herald "How’s this for an endorsement of the way Clay Buchholz pitched Tuesday night in his first start in three months? Pedro Martinez said not even he could have done better after such a long layoff. “Right away to have a feel for the ball and put it where I wanted to? No” Martinez said prior to..." September 12
Boston Herald "Perhaps John Farrell merely was trying to diminish expectations. More likely he really didn’t know what to expect. Regardless this is what the Red Sox manager said Sunday in anticipation of Clay Buchholz’ return to the mound tonight: “We really can’t expect that he’d come back and pitch to the..." September 11
Boston Herald "Clay Buchholz' long nightmare is over. After missing three months with a shoulder injury that seemed like it would never heal Buchholz is slated to start Tuesday night's series opener against the Rays in St. Petersburg Fla. As one final tuneup he threw a bullpen session here today. "Mentally..." September 08
Boston Herald "Clay Buchholz pitched 32⁄3 innings and allowed two runs on four hits in his third and final rehab start for Pawtucket last night. Barring any setbacks from the shoulder injury that has sidelined him since June 8 Buchholz should start Tuesday in the opener of a three-game series at Tampa..." September 06
(If no setbacks) If Buchholz able to make Sept. 4 rehab start (the day his wife is sked to be induced) lines up for return Sept. 10 in TB
Boston Globe "Clay Buchholz will make his second rehab start Friday with either the Triple A Pawtucket Red Sox or the Double A Portland Sea Dogs. In his first action since going on the disabled list June 18 (retroactive to June 9) Buchholz threw 0.2 innings Sunday for the Single A Lowell Spinners. “He..." August 28
CBS Sports "Clay Buchholz emerged beaten up from his injury-rehabilitation start for Class A Lowell on Sunday but the part Boston is hanging its red socks on is that Buchholz seemed fine physically. The right-hander who could be the key to Boston's September lasted only two-thirds of an inning throwing 38..." August 26
CBS Sports "Red Sox right-hander Clay Buchholz who hasn't started since June 8 because of a strained right bursa sac (shoulder) is finally set to begin a minor-league rehab assignment. On Sunday Buchholz will begin his stint when he starts for short-season Lowell reports MLB.com's Ian Browne. He's slated to..." August 25
Boston Herald "Mark your calendars: Clay Buchholz could make his first minor league rehab start Sunday. In the latest stage of his protracted recovery from shoulder inflammation Buchholz threw 46 pitches here yesterday in a three-inning simulated game. The Red Sox’ All-Star right-hander faced righties David..." August 21
Clay Buchholz threw about 60 pitches simulated 4 inning breaks in bullpen. Believes next step is simulated game next week #RedSox
Buchholz: "Best day so far." About 50 pitches simulated 3 innings in bullpen. Threw each of his pitches #RedSox
Clay Buchholz will throw off the mound tomorrow here in Houston. First tike since July 14. #redsox