Saturday, September 01, 2007
Buchholz threw a no-hitter and he didn't have his curve until around the fourth. Damn, his change is plus and plus plus when he commands it. Buchholz's change is, dare I say it, Johan Santana-esque - it can generate swings-and-misses up in the zone. The hook and change give him two plus pitches, which makes him a #2 right now. When Buchholz has more consistent command of all his pitches, the kid has #1 written all over him even with an average heater. And as Josh Beckett said he did "alot better than Curt Schilling did."
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