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Buchholz stays zeroed in for Pawtucket

On a botched play in the sixth inning, pitcher Brad Penny winds up covering third, and the Twins' Carlos Gomez winds up safe. On a botched play in the sixth inning, pitcher Brad Penny winds up covering third, and the Twins' Carlos Gomez winds up safe. (Hannah Foslien/Associated Press)
By Amalie Benjamin
Globe Staff / May 26, 2009

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As the feats mount and the hits and runs don't, the pressure on the Red Sox front office to find a space for Clay Buchholz only increases. Not only does the young righthander have a 1.30 ERA this season in Pawtucket, but he came within three outs and one single of a perfect game yesterday in Louisville, Ky. (Full article: 1077 words)

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