Clay Buchholz, Red Sox Have Little Trouble ‘Playing It Cool’ on Cold Night in New York (Video)

Clay Buchholz made just one mistake against the Yankees on Wednesday night, and that was more than enough of a performance to beat the team New York sent out to face him.

With the Yankees looking not quite like their former selves, Buchholz had no trouble limiting the Yanks to just one run over seven innings. The lone run came from a Travis Hafner home run, but the Red Sox offense matched that and more with an onslaught of timely hitting. Shane Victorino and Jose Iglesias continued their hot starts, and the Red Sox rolled to a 7-4 victory in the chilly Bronx.

NESN Nation’s Dan Duquette is awarding Buchholz our “Playing It Cool” player of the game. Who’s yours?

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