Before landing on the disabled list and in the hospital with a gastrointestinal illness, Red Sox starting pitcher Clay Buchholz had been a bit of a mixed bag in 2012. Carrying a 5.53 ERA on the season, Buchholz has finally looked ready to settle in, posting a 2.45 mark over his past five starts.
However, the Red Sox probably aren't sure what they're going to get from Buchholz on Saturday, as the 27-year-old hit neither the 50-pitch nor three-inning marks in a single tuneup start for the Pawtucket Red Sox. So, while arm strength may be an issue for the righty, Dennis Eckersley openly wonders which version of the starting pitcher the Sox will see on Saturday.
Watch the video above to see Tom Caron, Tim Wakefield and Eckersley engage in a roundtable discussion on Buchholz.
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