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(NECN) - Clay Buchholz has put up some impressive numbers pitching for the Pawtucket Red Sox this season. Going into Monday night's game, Buchholz is 4-0, with an ERA of 1.75. He believes those numbers should allow him to pitch in the big leagues. NECN's Mike Giardi spoke with Buchholz at McCoy Stadium for a <a href="http://www.necn.com/Boston/Sports/2009/06/14/Candid-Buchholz-itching-to/1245029231.html" target="_blank">candid interview</a>, in which Buchholz makes his intentions clear -- he wants to be pitching in the big leagues as soon as possible. "Until I got to the big leagues is whenever I faced the problems that arose, and I feel like I'm more equipped with everything that I have right now -- as far the pitches, and the mental aspect and I'm physically healthy -- to be up there and helping that team. And if not that team, I want to be in the big leagues and I do want to go somewhere where I'll be able to play and pitch every fifth day." Giardi, and WEEI.com's Joe Haggerty discuss Clay's comments, and his future in the Red Sox organization.