Grounded for Life?

Red Sox pitcher Clay Buchholz tries in vain to field an infield base hit by Baltimore Orioles batter Jay Payton in the second inning of their MLB American League baseball game in Baltimore, Maryland August 20, 2008.
(Reuters)

Buch Stopped in Baltimore, Headed for Portland
Will He Ever Make It Back to Boston?

Wednesday Night Box: Baltimore 11, Boston 6
Globe: Buchholz Pummeled Again, Then Demoted
Make It a Double-A: Another Confidence Builder for Buchholz
And It's a Crisp 202-Pitch Effort for the Staggering Sox Pitching Staff
10th Player Award: That's Just the Oriole Ballgirl Being a Sox Fan at Fenway
He's Not a Third-Inning Guy: David Gets Hit Haardsma
With Game Well Out Out of Reach, Oki Comes Through
The Cooler Strikes Again: Tito Sits Red Hot 'Tek
Note to Tito: Can't Trust Lopez Going Forward
Mora the Same as Melvin Owns Boston
Sure, Give Cora a Relief Shot, Why Not?
Lowrie Bumbles on the Basepaths
J-Bay Loves Baltimore
Photos: Scars of Clay

"People have tough games. I've had a tough season. Down there is where you develop. Up here it's a pennant race. ... If you ask if the decision was right, I'd say it was."
-- 8.20.08, Clay saying his goodbyes


Fenway Southern Hospitality

A fan holds up a sign during the game between the Boston Red Sox and the Baltimore Orioles August 20, 2008 at Camden Yards in Baltimore, Maryland.
(Greg Fiume/Getty Images)

That's Just PinkHats Being PinkHats at Fenway South

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Boston Herald:

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ProJo:

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