Clay Can't Pitch Away

Red Sox starting pitcher Clay Buchholz leaves the game after being pulled by manager Terry Francona during the fifth inning of their MLB American League baseball game against the Minnesota Twins at the Metrodome in Minneapolis, May 12, 2008.
(Reuters Photo)

Another Rough Road Start for Buchholz

Box: Twins 7, Sox 3
Sox Offense Gives It That Old Celtics Try After the 1st
Brutal Night for Buchholz: 4 1/3, 7 Runs, 5 Walks, 8 Hits
0-for-4 'Tek's Hitting the Quietest .252 on the Planet
Homer in the Dome: Manny Inches Closer to No. 500
J.D. 3 Hits

"It's tough, but you have to give the Twins credit. They have a great bullpen that pitched great, and you have to tip your hat to them... He [Twins starter Livan Hernandez] changed his speed a lot, with good location. When he's on, he's on, and he pitched great. You have to give him credit." -- 5.12.08, new Red Sox spokesperson Manny Ramirez

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