Baseball Blogs Weigh In: Orioles, D’Backs, Buchholz

On this date in 2006, Red Sox ace Curt Schilling gave up ten extra-base hits to the Royals, tying an American League record.  The nine doubles and one homer surrendered put Schilling in a tie with Dale Gear and Luis Tiant for the unfortunate mark.  Here’s this week’s look around the baseball blogosphere..

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7 Comments on "Baseball Blogs Weigh In: Orioles, D’Backs, Buchholz"


Karkat
11 months 24 days ago

Nobody needs to break down Clay Buchholz. He does that in public every fifth game.

Mackster248
11 months 24 days ago

Last season a couple BOS fans kept arguing with me that if LAD and BOS ever met in the WS, Kershaw and Buchholz would cancel each other out because they believed he was almost as good as Kersh.

Man that went south fast for Buch. He had a good season last year when healthy. Wonder what happened.

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start_wearing_purple
11 months 24 days ago

Yeah, they didn’t know what they were talking about. Verlander or King Felix don’t cancel out Kershaw. The man is Hall destined.

At this point I’m hoping it’s a health issue with Buch.

Karkat
11 months 24 days ago

Although when it comes to postseason track records, Jon Lester had Kershaw beaten by a mile.

FOmeOLS
11 months 24 days ago

Caleb Joseph is a CURRENT all star. His defensive stats are amazing and his bat is heating up.
Bye bye Wieter

Jaysfan1994
11 months 24 days ago

Give the man 12/300M!

SFGiantsfan_10
11 months 24 days ago

If he can prove over the rest of the season that his bat is anything close to Wieters’s, then I say let Wieters walk post-2015 season and spend that saved money on a frontline pitcher. Price, Samardzija, Jordan Zimmermann, Doug Fister, and Scott Kazmir are just some of the free agent TOR pitchers that will be available (provided that they don’t sign extensions with their current team.)

The key thing here is determining whether or not Joseph’s bat is really THAT good or not.