It has been a rough Red Sox season, especially rough for Clay Buchholz who had a hellacious start. The Red Sox starter threw a nine-pitch, three-strikeout half-inning, which is apparently termed an “Immaculate Inning.” It would be the “Imperious Inning” were I czar of quirky baseball terminology. He is the 47th player to do so all-time.
Since June 1st Buchholz has gone at least 7 innings while allowing three runs or fewer in nine of his 11 starts.
[Video via MLB.com]
Previously: Red Sox Mutiny: Dustin Pedroia and Adrian Gonzalez Reportedly Called For Valentine to Leave in “Ugly” Meeting
Previously: The Red Sox Are 0-13 on Ben Affleck’s Birthday Since the Release of Good Will Hunting
Previously: John Lackey Was Double Fisting Beers in the Red Sox Clubhouse