Clay Buchholz (elbow) said he will start throwing when the Red Sox return home next week.
The Red Sox are not sure Clay Buchholz (elbow) will make it back this season.
Clay Buchholz (elbow) hopes to be cleared to resume a throwing program when he has a follow-up visit with Dr. James Andrews on Wednesday.
Red Sox transferred RHP Clay Buchholz from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list.
Clay Buchholz (elbow) estimated Thursday that he's about five or six weeks away from throwing off a mound.
Clay Buchholz will be shut down temporarily following a platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injection in his right elbow.
Clay Buchholz (elbow) is scheduled to visit Dr. James Andrews on Wednesday for a second opinion on his elbow.
Red Sox manager John Farrell said Thursday that the stiffness in Clay Buchholz's right elbow is starting to dissipate.
Red Sox placed RHP Clay Buchholz on the 15-day disabled list with a right flexor strain.
Clay Buchholz was forced to leave Friday's start against the Yankees due to tightness in his pitching elbow.
Clay Buchholz was removed from Friday's game against the Yankees with an apparent arm injury.
Clay Buchholz allowed one run in a complete-game victory over the Astros on Saturday.
Clay Buchholz delivered eight innings of one-run ball in a win against the Blue Jays on Monday.
Clay Buchholz limited the Orioles to one run over seven innings in winning Wednesday.