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Buchholz is able to enjoy this 'anniversary'

By Adam Kilgore
Globe Staff / September 2, 2008

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PORTLAND, Maine - Failure always had been foreign to Clay Buchholz, and, at 21, he saw no reason why it wouldn't stay that way forever. He shredded Double A to the point that his pitching coach there later said, "a bad outing for him was 10 or 12 strikeouts in six innings." He made Pawtucket an eight-start speed bump. He ... (Full article: 890 words)

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