Michael Griffin - RotoBaller

Clay Buchholz probably looked at his calendar app on his phone and wished he could change it over to May after his less-than-stellar outing against Atlanta on Thursday. The righty went 6 1/3 innings and gave up five earned runs on eight hits. He walked four and struck out two. It was a lousy night... Read More

Clay Buchholz will start against the Braves at home on Thursday and it looks to be a solid match-up. Current Braves hitters are batting .177 with a .484 OPS in 124 at-bats against Buchholz. Atlanta as a team is dead last in the National League with a .224 average and is tied for last in... Read More

Clay Buchholz didn't pitch that poorly for much of Saturday's start, so we can't say he was Bad Clay. It was the fifth inning that was his undoing. He had only given up a run before that, but Colby Rasmus ruined his day by clubbing a grand slam. That gave Houston a lead it wouldn't... Read More

Clay Buchholz went 6 2/3 innings against Toronto's fearsome lineup and gave up no runs over six hits, two strikeouts, and two walks. Sadly, he wasn't able to get a victory as Koji Uehara and Craig Kimbrel faltered in the late innings to give the Blue Jays the win. It was Buchholz's best start this... Read More

As week two comes to a close, fantasy owners are going through the first motions of roster decisions. In most mixed leagues, the talent floor between free agents and the bottom of a team's roster are fairly close, allowing for less agonizing over dropping slumping players. For AL-only owners, that is not the case as... Read More

Perhaps it was a bit much to hope for Clay Buchholz to right himself this start. The Orioles have been just on fire to start the season. Sure enough, Buchholz got knocked around on Tuesday night, giving five runs in his five-plus innings. His ERA remains an ugly 10.00. There's not good news around the... Read More

So, let's have the Panic Watch in Boston again. Bad Clay Buchholz showed up on Wednesday night in Cleveland. He gave up five runs, all earned, in four innings . He did strike out four but that's a small consolation. The Red Sox really need him to be consistently good when pitching right after David... Read More

Boston fans have needed a sign that someone was going to continue pitching well after David Price's turn in the rotation. Clay Buchholz offered that glimmer of hope after Thursday's outing against the Twins. He went four innings and gave up a single run and two hits. Yes, that run was from a homer, but... Read More

BALLER MOVE: Target ~200 CURRENT ADP: 231 ANALYSIS: The question surrounding Clay Buchholz every year is whether this will be the year that he finally stays healthy and produces at an elite level. Clay's 2010 and 2013 campaigns showed owners that he can be a scary pitcher worth owning and reaping the benefits. But on the other hand his... Read More

Clay Buchholz pitched four innings against the Minnesota Twins on Wednesday and gave up three earned runs. That wasn't the ugly part. The ugly part was seeing his ERA of 6.75. There are those who would make soothing noises and remind us that it's just Grapefruit League play and that we shouldn't worry. Yes, David... Read More

After an injury-riddled 2015 season, during which he was the number one starter for the Boston Red Sox, Buchholz and fantasy owners are hoping 2016 will be much better. The question is, do you take the right-hander? Editor's note: Be sure to check out our 2016 fantasy baseball rankings dashboard, which is already loaded up... Read More

Ever since he got that final out in his no-hitter against Baltimore in 2007, Clay Buchholz has been chasing something. He looked like he was on track in '10, finishing sixth in the American League Cy Young voting. Then he backslid badly, suffering from depression/anxiety in '11 and various injuries over the years, though he... Read More

BALLER MOVE: Add in All Leagues OWNED IN: 41% of Fleaflicker Leagues ANALYSIS: Even when a pitcher struggles, the good ones always seem to figure it out. Clay Buchholz has always had electric stuff and if there was ever a time to buy in again that time is now. The Boston Red Sox are struggling... Read More

Nearly everyone now agrees that sabermetrics have a use both in MLB front offices and in the fantasy arena, but the extent of this belief still varies. The Boston Red Sox have a league average starting rotation according to the advanced metrics, and are therefore still a popular postseason pick in some analytical circles. Their... Read More

BALLER MOVE: Add in All Leagues OWED IN: 42% of Fleaflicker Leagues ANALYSIS: It has never been a question whether or not Clay Buchholz has the talent to be one of the top pitchers in all of baseball. He still might not quite be there, but he should be owned in all fantasy leagues because of his talent... Read More

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