The Red Sox are in the midst of a seven-game losing streak, but Clay Buchholz isn’t one of the issues the team needs to be concerned with.
Buchholz, who has been arguably Boston’s best starter since the middle of May, tossed another stellar game on Monday but came out on the losing end thanks to some bad defense and stagnant offense. Those are issues the team needs to try to straighten out if they hope to finish this season off with some positivity.
NESN’s Tom Caron checks in with Jerry Remy about Buchholz’s performance of late and what the Sox need to do to turn things back around.
Check out Remy’s thoughts in the video above.