Buchholz (shoulder) threw a bullpen session last week, Alexis Brudnicki of MLB.com reports.
Buchholz has been dealing with a shoulder strain since early May. He's making progress and will throw two more bullpens this week but will likely need a handful of rehab outings before he's back on a big-league mound.
Buchholz (shoulder) will begin long tossing soon, Alexis Brudnicki of MLB.com reports.
Buchholz was able to play catch from 90 feet without issue, so he will extend his distance next time he throws. He still has a few steps to go before he is ready for a rehab assignment.
Buchholz (shoulder) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Wednesday.
Buchholz has been dealing with a Grade 2 shoulder strain since mid-May. He'll now be ineligible to return until mid-July. The transaction clears a spot on the 40-man roster for Jordan Romano, whose contract was purchased from Triple-A Buffalo in a corresponding move.
Buchholz received an MRI on his inflamed right shoulder Saturday which revealed a Grade 2 teres major strain, Gregor Chisholm of MLB.com reports.
A Grade 2 strain means that there's been some tearing in Buchholz's shoulder, so his absence should be expected to be a fairly significant one. He'll receive a second opinion from Dr. James Andrews next week, at which point a clearer timeline could emerge.
Buchholz was placed on the 10-day injured list Friday with shoulder inflammation, Shi Davidi of Sportsnet.ca reports.
Buchholz was scratched from Friday's start and said he hoped to miss only one start, but will instead take a trip to the IL. The veteran right-hander has a 6.57 ERA, 1.54 WHIP and 12:6 K:BB through 24.2 innings this season, though it remains unclear how long the shoulder has been an issue. Daniel Hudson will start in his place Friday in what should be a bullpen game, but look for Thomas Pannone to rejoin the rotation in Buchholz's spot after that.
Buchholz is dealing with a lat strain but hopes to miss only one start, Jon Heyman of MLB Network reports.
Buchholz was scratched from Friday's start against the White Sox due to the issue, but early indications are that it isn't serious. The veteran right-hander's status for his next turn through the rotation should receive some additional clarity within a few days. Daniel Hudson will start for the Blue Jays on Friday in what appears to be a bullpen game.
Buchholz won't make his scheduled start Friday against the White Sox due to shoulder tightness, Hazel Mae of Sportsnet reports.
Buchholz also battled elbow issues earlier in the season, pushing his season debut into mid-April. It's not clear whether this injury will require another trip to the injured list. Daniel Hudson will serve as the opener Friday in what appears to now be a bullpen game.
Buchholz (0-2) gave up seven runs on eight hits and one walk while striking out one through four innings, taking the loss against the Rangers on Sunday.
Buchholz was knocked around, allowing two more home runs in the defeat. The 34-year-old has given up a home run in four consecutive outings. He has an 0-2 record with a 6.57 ERA and a putrid 4.4 K/9 through five starts this season. Buchholz will get his next start at home Friday against the White Sox.
Buchholz didn't factor into the decision in Tuesday's 4-3 loss to the Angels, allowing three runs on six hits and two walks over five innings while striking out three.
The veteran right-hander continues to give the Jays a handful of unremarkable innings each time he takes the mound. Buchholz will carry a 4.79 ERA and 11:5 K:BB through 20.2 frames into his next start Sunday, on the road against the Rangers.
Buchholz (0-1) allowed four earned runs on six hits and no walks while striking out two across five innings to take the loss Wednesday against the Giants.
Buchholz didn't allow a baserunner through his first three innings of work , but allowed an earned run in each of the fourth, fifth and sixth innings to sour his start. He lived in the strike zone a lot -- 52 of his 70 pitches were strikes -- which may have made him too predictable as the order turned over for a second time. Through three starts, Buchholz has maintained average results by posting a 4.60 ERA and 1.34 WHIP across 15 innings, though he's racked up just eight strikeouts in that span.
Buchholz allowed three runs on six hits with four strikeouts and three walks across 4.2 innings in a no-decision against the Twins on Thursday.
He wasn't quite as sharp as he was in his first start. Not that it was horrible, but Buchholz did walk three batters and failed to make it out of the fifth. Right now, keeping his walks down is imperative to his success, as early this season, hitters are batting .286 against Buchholz. Overall, he hasn't earned a decision and owns a 3.38 ERA, 1.41 WHIP and six strikeouts in 10.2 innings. His next scheduled start is home against the Giants on Wednesday.
Buchholz allowed one run on six hits with two strikeouts and no walks across six innings in a no-decision against the Rays on Saturday.
It was a strong Blue Jays debut for Buchholz, who was just activated from the injured list. He threw 69 pitches, 45 of which were strikes. Buchholz is one of the most unpredictable pitchers in the league, so while this is certainly encouraging, it's probably too early to say he's in line for the same decent numbers as last season.
Buchholz (elbow) was activated from the 10-day injured list as expected Saturday ahead of his season debut against the Rays.
Buchholz signed late in February and needed a minor-league tuneup start before being ready to go. He impressed with a 2.01 ERA in 16 starts for the Diamondbacks last season but has been generally unpredictable over the course of his career. Over the last seven seasons, he has four years with an ERA of 4.56 or higher and three with an ERA of 3.26 or lower.
Buchholz (elbow) will return from the injured list to start Saturday against the Rays, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe reports.
Buchholz had a delayed start to spring after signing in late February, so he opened the season on the injured list while ostensibly recovering from the elbow strain, which ended his 2018 campaign in mid-September. He was knocked around in his last rehab start but has nevertheless been deemed good to go.
Buchholz (elbow) gave up five runs (three earned) on four hits -- all of them home runs -- over five innings while striking out five in Sunday's rehab start for Triple-A Buffalo.
The closest thing to a big name among the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre hitters who took the veteran right-hander deep was Ryan Lavarnway, who has a .326 SLG in 390 career big-league at-bats. This wasn't exactly the kind of performance Buchholz was hoping for, but he got stretched out to 70 pitches (48 strikes) and appears close to joining the Toronto rotation. If the organization decides he needs one more rehab start, he'd be on target for a 2019 debut sometime during the Jays' seven-game road trip, which begins April 15.
Buchholz (elbow) will throw 75 pitches Sunday, Mike Wilner of Sportsnet 590 The Fan reports.
Buchholz threw 60 pitches earlier in the week and apparently felt good, clearing the way for him to ramp up his pitch count in his next session. If everything goes off without a hitch Sunday, Buchholz could be on track to make his 2019 debut sometime during the team's series against the Rays, which begins April 12.
Buchholz (elbow) will throw 60 pitches Tuesday and then 75 in his next session, which may take the form of a rehab start for Triple-A Buffalo, Shi Davidi of Sportsnet.ca reports.
Buchholz remains behind schedule after signing with the Blue Jays late in camp. He's being built up cautiously after his 2018 campaign ended in mid-September due to an elbow strain. If his next two outings proceed as planned, he could be on target to appear at some point during the Blue Jays' series against the Rays, which begins April 12.
The Blue Jays placed Buchholz (elbow) on the 10-day injured list Thursday, Hazel Mae of Sportsnet reports.
Buchholz signed with the Blue Jays shortly after camp began and wasn't able to build up his arm in time to make any starts during the Grapefruit League slate, so he'll remain at extended spring training to begin the campaign. The right-hander upped his pitch count to 45 while facing minor-league hitters Wednesday and will likely need to push to 75 pitches before Toronto is ready to bring him back in a starting role. Assuming he hits no snags in his recovery from the right flexor strain, Buchholz could be an option for the rotation by mid-April.
Buchholz (elbow) is expected to open the season on the injured list, Mike Wilner of Sportsnet 590 The Fan reports.
This was expected, as Buchholz is slightly behind schedule after linking up with the Blue Jays in the middle of spring training. The veteran right-hander is scheduled to get up to speed with a few more minor-league appearances before joining the big club in early-to-mid April. According to Shi Davidi of Sportsnet.ca, Buchholz will throw 45 pitches Wednesday as he looks to build up to 75 pitches.
Buchholz threw two innings in a minor-league game Friday, Shi Davidi of Sportsnet.ca reports.
Buchholz, who signed a one-year contract with the Blue Jays earlier in the month, fired 30 pitches in what was his first game action of spring. The right-hander isn't expected to be ready for the start of the season -- he's scheduled to make at least a couple of more minor-league starts before joining the big club -- but he could join Toronto's rotation in early April if everything goes as planned.
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