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Dominant Buchholz fine with the end result

Red Sox starting pitcher Clay Buchholz pumps his fist as he watches rightfielder J.D. Drew make a nice sliding catch near the wall down the line to rob Detroit's Brennan Boesch of a hit in the second inning. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff) Red Sox starting pitcher Clay Buchholz pumps his fist as he watches rightfielder J.D. Drew make a nice sliding catch near the wall down the line to rob Detroit's Brennan Boesch of a hit in the second inning.
By Robert Mays
Globe Correspondent / August 2, 2010

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Clay Buchholz acknowledged that around this time last year, as trade rumors swirled and each day he seemed destined for a new team, the talk crept into his mind. (Full article: 593 words)

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