Sunday, August 22, 2010

The Clay Buchholz for Cy Young Links

Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Clay Buchholz throws against the Toronto Blue Jays during the first inning of their MLB American League baseball game at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts August 22, 2010.  REUTERS/Adam Hunger (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASEBALL)



Red Sox:
The simple question is this; How can't Clay Buchholz being the front runner for the AL Cy Young? Buchholz goes 6 shutout innings, survives the rain, lowers his league leading ERA to 2.26. And with a little help from former Sea Dogs Daniel Bard and Felix Doubront, the Red Sox finish off the Jays 5-0 at Fenway.

Hideki Okijima did well in his rehab assignment in Pawtucket.

Jed Lowrie will get more starts at first base in the future.

Mike Lowell shows signs that he is leaning towards retirement after the season.

Red Sox to increase Daniel Bard's workload for the stretch run. He is turning into the next Scott Proctor folks.

Patriots:
Get all your Patriots training camp news and notes with Patriots beat writer and good buddy Ian Rapoport.

CSNNE Tom E. Curran gives you his remaining questions about the Patriots at the mid way point of the preseason.

Former Patriots fullback Kevin Turner battling ALS.

Nick Kazcur undergoes back surgery; season very much in flux.

Kade Weston is going to be waived and then put on IR, which will make room for recently acquired offensive lineman Quinn Ojinnaka, who was acquired from Atlanta (and who won't be available week one).

Celtics:
Rajon Rondo sits out Team USA, but is not injured.

Bruins:
Bruins backup center Trent Whitfield ruptures Achilles, may be out for the year.

Pine Tree Pucks:
The Lewiston MAINEiacs complete a home and home sweep of Victoriaville Sunday. Check it out at Pine Tree Pucks.

Daily Pigskin:
Get all the latest college football and NFL news at the Daily Pigskin Report.

Hadlock Headlines:
Sea Dogs get a walk off single from Jose Iglesias check out recaps and much much more at the Hadlock Headlines.

Senior League World Series
Bangor's magical run came to an end, as they fell to Aruba.

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