Clay OK?
Red Sox pitcher Clay Buchholz winds up for a warm-up throw in the first inning of an exhibition baseball game against the Tampa Bay Rays, Tuesday, March 4, 2014, in Fort Myers, Fla. The Rays beat the Red Sox 8-0.
(Jim Davis / Boston Globe Staff)

In the Big Inning, Buchholz Gets Banged Around By Rays

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"Definitely feels completely different than the last month and a half, two months I threw last year. That’s what I wanted to feel like coming into camp and I just have to keep working day to day and getting out there every five days... I feel good. Everything’s good, no problems, no stiffness just by sitting around. It’s definitely a good thing." -- Clay Buchholz on his inning vs. the Rays

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Boston Globe:

Red Sox end losing streak > Shaughnessy: Debunking myths about the 2014 Red Sox > Cherington: Everyone needs to get better

Boston Herald:

Ortiz, Red Sox bats break out to end losing streak > Buchholz still bewildered > Memory loss haunting Red Sox


Lester was once a good hitter, now heading toward dubious record > Travis Shaw brings hot bat to Pawtucket > Ranaudo shines > Betts not a candidate for Boston, yet

NY Post:

St. Louis lets Ozzie Smith bid Jeter goodbye > Yanks prevail in extras again > Nonsense leads off in MLB broadcasts > Beltran elbow on mend

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