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Buchholz settles in after rocky ride

By Michael Vega
Globe Staff / April 18, 2010

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When Clay Buchholz delivered the first pitch of the Red Sox’ 6-5 loss to the Rays last night — a 96-mile-per-hour fastball for a called strike against Jason Bartlett — little did he realize he would need 42 more pitches to extricate himself from a 26-minute first inning that featured four unearned runs and left him staring at his first ... (Full article: 606 words)

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