Report: Buchholz has stress fracture, out for season

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    and this is even more reason we needed ubaldo jimenez. theo really failed big time. what is bedard gets injured? then we gave away prospects and we are back to square one. 
     
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    In Response to Re: Report: Buchholz has stress fracture, out for season : Judging by the 14 posts it appears you have been banned yet again recently.  Seriously you must not have much of a life.  This is a red sox forum.  You will always be nothing more than a loser and a troll.  Why not post on Yankee forums?   I guarantee you won't be missed.
    Posted by william93063



    That's ok for Babe is the reason I regularly post on the MLB Yankee boards.  I've praised Jeter, Posada, Mo and Sabbathia, just enough to convince those guidos I'm a diehard Yank fan. Not only do I torment them with my high critical and sarcastic comments, I've even got them fighting with one another.  Lol. 
     
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    In Response to Re: Report: Buchholz has stress fracture, out for season : Please don't humor him.  Chances were 50/50 that Buck was done.  And waiting to announce the injury is about as obvious as the fact that ARod is a cheater.  I'll assume you were just trying to make the kid feel good about himself in case he doesn't get to kick a few puppies on his way home from his job at the 7-Eleven.....

    Posted by andrewmitch

    LOL....

    Who is Buck? Buck Showalter? Buck Rogers? Buck Owens?

    And I think you meant about as obvious as the fact that papi is a cheater.

    And, nope, I'm an animal lover so no kicking puppies for me. What you do in your spare time is your own problem.

    And I don't work in 7-11. In fact I'd wager that I made more last week than you make in a month. Dimwit.

     
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    In Response to Re: Report: Buchholz has stress fracture, out for season : The way they treat it is 6 weeks of rest followed by physical therapy before he would even begin a throwing regimen. wright didn't have to build up arm strength like a pitcher would. He will not be back for the playoffs despite all the wishful thinking on these boards.
    Posted by -The--Babe---------


    Bummer for Red Sox fans.  Cry

    You're more than likely correct that he will not be back for the playoffs, but that's not going to stop me from hoping!
     
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    So when does everyone start calling him a  sissy and a lot of the things they called Ells last year.
    Posted by wallyac


    My son was diagnosed with that when he was 15.  The specialist told him to keep working his parttime job and stick with karate classes.  He did so and earned his blackbelt.  Exercise helped in the long run so yeah Bucholtz is a sissy in my opionion. 
     
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    In Response to Re: Report: Buchholz has stress fracture, out for season : I'll let you know when your worthless opinion means anything to me.
    Posted by -The--Babe---------


    Oh I'm so crushed, because of course your opinion is SOOO valuable  you schm#ck!
     
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    In Response to Re: Report: Buchholz has stress fracture, out for season : Oh I'm so crushed, because of course your opinion is SOOO valuable  you schm#ck!
    Posted by william93063


    why do you humor her?  she just craves attention........and isn't happy unless she can take a p---- on others.......just hit the IGNORE button and get on your life.......
     
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    Thanks to EdithBunker for the informative opening posts. The rest of the thread went downhill fast. I am learning which posters to ignore here.
     
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    In Response to Re: Report: Buchholz has stress fracture, out for season : why do you humor her?  she just craves attention........and isn't happy unless she can take a p---- on others.......just hit the IGNORE button and get on your life.......
    Posted by andrewmitch


    Normally I do ignore his rantings but the constant reference to Buchholz run in with the law rubs me the wrong way, especially coming from a troll/Yankee's fan who's late owner was banned from MLB for harassing Dave Winfield and was also involved in rackateering.
     
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    Not to mention that George Steinbrenner was a convicted felon but still, far better to let it go.........whoever he is, has some deep issues.......

     
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    by Sean McAdam/CSNNE CHICAGO -- With the benefit of hindsight, it's easy to now understand why the Red Sox spent so much time and energy on finding a starting pitcher at the trade deadline. Clay Buchholz, who's been out six weeks, is suffering from a stress fracture in his lower back, according to a person with knowledge of the situation. It's unlikely that Buchholz will pitch again this season, though a return in the postseason has not entirely been ruled out yet. Buchholz, whose last start was June 15, is scheduled to see noted back specialist Dr. Thomas Watkins in Los Angeles Monday. But Watkins will likely only confirm what has already been diagnosed. Buchholz threw off the mound last Monday and told reporters afterward that he felt the session was a step in the right direction, adding that he felt about 80 percent recovered. "I think it's going to feel better," Buchholz said at the time. "There was still a little soreness coming off after I threw. I sat down for about 10 minutes, did a couple stretches and it felt better. This is, I think, the biggest step in the right direction so far in this process." However, the very next day, Buchholz experienced some additional soreness and underwent an MRI, which revealed the stress fracture. Previously, the official diagnosis had been that Buchholz was battling stress inflammation of the back. Such injuries are rare for pitchers. They are more common in position players. New York Mets third baseman David Wright was diagnosed with a stress fracture in mid-May and only recently returned, having missed about two months. No surgery is required for a stress fracture, which is usually healed with rest and treatment. It's possible Buchholz could be physically ready sometime in September to resume pitching. By then, however, the seasons for every minor-league affiliate would be complete and there would be no venue for which Buchholz could rehab. Without the benefit of live game conditions to build arm strength, it would be difficult for Buchholz to return late in the season. It's conceivable, the source said, that Buchholz could pitch in relief in the postseason, but that would be asking a great deal for someone who will not have faced major league hitters since mid-June.       General manager Theo Epstein, in a conference call with reporters Sunday to discuss the team's acquisition of Erik Bedard, said, "Clearly, we have some concern for Clay. It's been almost a couple of months now, which is longer than we expected it to be. We're still awaiting some more feedback and another opinion. I think we have a feel for what may be going on, but Clay is seeing another expert to get his opinion, then we're all going to put our heads together this week. "I'll refrain from answering in too much detail until we have a chance to talk to Clay and we all have a chance to talk things through. Clearly any time a pitcher of his caliber isn't on the mound for a while and throws a side as he did on Monday but then can't necessarily back it up with another side and getting out there on a rehab assignment, there's some concern."       The Sox may have held off on making any announcement on Buchholz's condition out of fear that the news would cost them leverage in trade talks with opposing teams leading up to Sunday's deadline.
    Posted by -EdithBunker-


    I said this in another thread yesterday, a source close to Bucholz said he was likely done for the year.
     
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    In Response to Re: Report: Buchholz has stress fracture, out for season : Haha.  You always hold the old-school tough guy line Ike.  I appreciate that.  But, what I wouldn't appreciate is Clay pitching through the pain.  Yeah, he could do it ... and I could just see our August/September division race angst as we give him the ball every five and watch him get LIT UP because he can't finish his delivery, leaving meatballs up in the zone and making his beautiful 12-6 yacker a tasty BP toss.  Lots of fun (see Beckett 2010).
    Posted by SpacemanEephus


    I realize Clay couldn't start, and I would not want his injury to get worse. Certainly if he feels any discomfort, he would not be effective. A seasoned veteran could probably find a way to pitch through it.

     
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    Anyone check out bostondirtdogs.com lately?

    They keep track of players on the Disabled List; under "DL" of course.

    Only now, they have changed "DL" to "J.D.L" - those guys crack me up.....
     
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    In Response to Re: Report: Buchholz has stress fracture, out for season : I realize Clay couldn't start, and I would not want his injury to get worse. Certainly if he feels any discomfort, he would not be effective. A seasoned veteran could probably find a way to pitch through it.
    Posted by Alibiike


    ... like Josh Beckett?
     
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    I gotta give you credit Babe. you DID say last week that buch was done for the season. and it was a smart move by theo not to announce it until after the trade deadline. I'll be the last one on this board to say that you don't know your baseball Babe.
    Posted by Hammah29r2


    Please don't humor him.  Chances were 50/50 that Buck was done.  And waiting to announce the injury is about as obvious as the fact that ARod is a cheater.  I'll assume you were just trying to make the kid feel good about himself in case he doesn't get to kick a few puppies on his way home from his job at the 7-Eleven.....

    so if I'm expressing my opinion to a poster you can't stand I'm humoring him eh?

    I wouldn't make book on it but I'd be willing to bet that Babe (Yankee Eddie) is probably old enough to be your father. He's about 55 years old and is living down in florida. Is he a ball bustah? absolutely. does he love to stir the pot. definately. does he know alot about the game of baseball. certainly. now don't get me wrong andrew. babe and I have had our own ups and downs over time. however, reading your post to me and then another one calling him she just tells me that your looking for a negitive response from him which is acting like a troll yourself.

    but hey, no need to listen to me cause I'm just your everyday garden variety red flops fan. 10,000 something posts? wow.
     
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    One doesn't need to ask for a negative response from Babe to get one

    If I called Babe a she it wasn't meant to be negative - I don't know what gender babe is.......I may have done that not to assume......

    as far as my post to you, I didn't mean anything by it towards you at all.....
     
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    www.boston.com/community/persona.html?UID=69aeabbe1fa29fa9ee22fa0d93e6937d&plckUserId=69aeabbe1fa29fa9ee22fa0d93e6937d " /> andrewmitch Posts: 10596 First: 6/4/2005 Last: 8/2/2011 In Response to www.boston.com/community/forums.html?plckForumPage=ForumDiscussion&plckDiscussionId=Cat%3aSportsForum%3a81df60f3-70ee-4ca3-9336-8cf2c0a8301aDiscussion%3a90cdbf7a-a3f9-451a-bc88-7a34176827f7&plckFindPostKey=Cat:SportsForum:81df60f3-70ee-4ca3-9336-8cf2c0a8301aDiscussion:90cdbf7a-a3f9-451a-bc88-7a34176827f7Post:20120bdd-7288-49ba-9509-fd5d16221cb3 "> Re: Report: Buchholz has stress fracture, out for season : I gotta give you credit Babe. you DID say last week that buch was done for the season. and it was a smart move by theo not to announce it until after the trade deadline. I'll be the last one on this board to say that you don't know your baseball Babe. Posted by Hammah29r2 Please don't humor him.  Chances were 50/50 that Buck was done.  And waiting to announce the injury is about as obvious as the fact that ARod is a cheater.  I'll assume you were just trying to make the kid feel good about himself in case he doesn't get to kick a few puppies on his way home from his job at the 7-Eleven..... so if I'm expressing my opinion to a poster you can't stand I'm humoring him eh? I wouldn't make book on it but I'd be willing to bet that Babe (Yankee Eddie) is probably old enough to be your father. He's about 55 years old and is living down in florida. Is he a ball bustah? absolutely. does he love to stir the pot. definately. does he know alot about the game of baseball. certainly. now don't get me wrong andrew. babe and I have had our own ups and downs over time. however, reading your post to me and then another one calling him she just tells me that your looking for a negitive response from him which is acting like a troll yourself. but hey, no need to listen to me cause I'm just your everyday garden variety red flops fan. 10,000 something posts? wow.

    Posted by Hammah29r2

    Hey hammah....I'm 42 and andrewbiatch is just a whiny little troll.

     
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