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Relationship Facts of Clay Buchholz

Clay Buchholz is married to Lindsay Clubine.
Clay Buchholz married on November 14, 2009.
💑 Anniversary in 211 days 💑
He is father of Three (Colbi, Landri, and Jax).
Clay Buchholz is not having an affair with anyone presently.
His sexual orientation is straight.

How many children does Clay Buchholz have?

Clay Buchholz is married to the model, Lindsay Clubine.

They were married on the 14th of November 2009 Trump National Golf Club in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA.

In 2008, they were first introduced by the future president, President, Donald Trump at the event UFC fight in Anaheim, CA.

Together, they have three children: two daughters Colbi Dawn and Landri Grace, and a son, Jax Daniel.

Clay Buchholz: Biography in Details

Who is Clay Buchholz?

American Clay Buchholz is a professional baseball player pitcher who has played in MLB.

Buchholz is renowned as a no-hitter pitcher in 2007.

Currently, he is playing for the Canadian professional baseball team, Toronto Blue Jays.

Clay Buchholz- Birth Age, Family

Clay Buchholz was born Clay Daniel Buchholz on the 14th of August 1984 in Nederland, TX to Skip Buchholz and Robin Buchholz.

He is of Jewish-Germanic ancestry.

Early Life of Clay Buchholz

Clay attended Lum Lumberton High School in Lumberton, Texas. During his High school days, he used to play baseball for local clubs.

Later, in 2004, he joined McNeese State University. He continued playing baseball for the baseball team of the University.

However, he was banished from the team when he was caught stealing 29 laptops from middle school and selling them at the McNeese State University campus.

After the incident, he took the transfer to Angelina College in Lufkin, Texas.

For the college, he competed for Roadrunners. In the competition, he won 14 games among the 15 games that he played.

Clay Buchholz- Professional Career

Journey as a Professional Pitcher

In 2005, he started his professional journey as a baseball player with the baseball team, Red Sox.

For the team, he played against the major league baseball teams like Wilmington Blue Rocks and Greenville Drive.

In 2007, he first played in the spring training game against the Tampa Bay Rays. Following that, he played against the Portland Sea Dogs.

Journey to Major Leagues

On the 17th of August 2007, he made his MLB debut with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim at Fenway Park with the baseball team, Boston Red Sox.

The game was won by Red Sox with a point of 8-4. After the game, he was promoted to be an optional player for Sox’s Triple-A team.

In the same year, he became the first rookie to throw a no-hitter and blanked out Baltimore Orioles.


– Despite her phenomenal performance in 2007, the 2008 season didn’t go well for him.

At the time, he tore a fingernail and hence placed on the 15-day disabled list. After his game in 2008, he was demoted to Double-A Portland.

– In 2009, he played as optioned Triple-A- Pawtucket. Also, he pitched against the Toronto Blue Jays. Overall, he finished the season with 7-4 with a 4.21 ERA.

– In 2010, he was selected to play American All-Star Team League for Red Sox. 

– After the season, he was placed on a disabled list due to unexpected stress fractures in his back. In the same year, he signed a 4-years contract with Red Sox.

– Following the year, he gave an unexpected performance in the 2012 season.

On the 16th of August, he pitched an immaculate inning against the Baltimore Orioles in the sixth innings of the game.

– In 2016, he was traded to Philadelphia Phillies for the minor league baseman Josh Tobias.


– On the 6th of April 2017, he debuted with the Phillies against the Cincinnati Reds. Following the game, he played against e New York Mets.

On the 18th of April, he went through right forearm surgery. He was expected to recover in six months.

– Later, in 2018, he signed with the baseball team, Kansas City Royals. However, he left the Royals and signed Arizona Diamondbacks.

After that, he debuted with Diamondback against New York Mets.

– Last, on the 5th of March 2019, he signed with Toronto Blue Jays under one year contract.

Buchholz’s Awards, Nomination

  • 2013- World  Series champion.
  • 2010, 2013- 2x  MLB All-Star.
  • 2007- Eastern League All-Star.
  • 2006- Red Sox Minor League Pitcher of the month.

Clay’s Height, Weight

He is a blue-eyed auburn. His height is 6 feet and 3 inches and weighs around 86 kg.

Clay Buchholz’s Net Worth, Salary

He has an estimated net worth of $15 million. His current earnings as a player for Toronto Blue Jays is $3 million.

Before that, his estimated earnings as the player of Diamondback were $1 million.

To date, the highest salary is $13.5 million that he received as a player of the New Phillies in 2017.


In 2019, he signed a one-year contract with BlueJay.

His signing amount was $3 million which includes the payroll salary of $3 million.

In 2011, he signed a 4-years contract with Red Sox that was worth $30 million.

Clay Buchholz- Social Media

He is not active on any sort of social media account.


  • He is a relative of Taylor Buchholz.
  • His wife was named 100 Most Beautiful People by People’s Magazine.


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