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Moment of Levity: The Big Picture

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INERTIA

It's not that Clay Buchholz had a bad day during Boston's loss yesterday afternoon. Rather, he was better than he has been in nearly any of his starts since ascending back to the major leagues. It's just that he still wasn't good enough to win at home, with Justin Verlander outdueling him by shutting out the Red Sox. It wasn't really a fair result for Buchholz's performance, but it left his MLB career trending a lot like the ball in his glove: trending down thanks to inertia. (Michael Dwyer/AP)

By Cameron Smith  |  August 14, 2009; 5:38 PM ET
Categories:  Red Sox  | Tags: Clay Buchholz, Moment of Levity: The Big Picture, Red Sox  
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it could be worse. he could pitch like he runs the bases.

Posted by: adampschroeder | August 15, 2009 3:23 PM | Report abuse

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