With Red Sox pitcher Clay Buchholz looking to improve to 9-0 in Saturday night's game against Angels left-hander C.J. Wilson, the "Baseball Tonight" crew looks at why Buchholz has been so successful this year.
Rick Sutcliffe thinks that being fully healthy has helped Buchholz feel confident mentally as well as physically.
"He actually looks healthy," Sutcliffe says. "There's a difference between not feeling any pain, and trusting the fact that you don't have any pain."
Sutcliffe also says that Buchholz's faster pace is conducive to team success.
"When you start working quicker, the defense is much better behind you, the offense is ready to go as soon as they get an opportunity to do that, and usually good things follow."