NEW YORK -- Clay Buchholz is ready to rejoin the Boston Red Sox rotation after missing three months with a strained neck. The right-hander said he threw about 30 pitches in a routine bullpen session Sunday at Yankee Stadium, his final hurdle before starting Tuesday night at Tampa Bay. Struggling left-hander Felix Doubront will be skipped this time through the rotation. "Just to give him some recovery time, a little added rest, just as weve done with a couple of other guys in the rotation," manager John Farrell said. Buchholz will be followed by Ryan Dempster and Jake Peavy against the second-place Rays. Farrell said he probably would prefer not to use Doubront out of the bullpen right now. "I think for this time through well stay away from him for now just to give him, we feel, the rest needed," Farrell said. Before the game, Farrell said the decision would be based on which starter is most effective right now, not which one would transition best to the bullpen. Buchholz opened 9-0 with a 1.71 ERA in 12 starts this season and was selected to the All-Star team. He hasnt pitched in the majors since beating the Los Angeles Angels on June 8. Buchholz made three rehab starts in the minors, the final one on Thursday in a playoff game for Triple-A Pawtucket. Farrell said Buchholz should be able to throw 75-80 pitches Tuesday. "Were hopeful we get a guy thats close to what he was prior to the injury, and it would be an additional lift to this rotation," Farrell said. Boston began the day with the best record in the majors and an 8 1/2-game lead in the AL East. Buchholz said he wants to get in peak form in time for a potential trip to the post-season. "I want to make sure that Im ready for that," Buchholz said, adding that his body should feel fresher than most other pitchers because of all the time off. Buchholz acknowledged there was a point this summer when he doubted whether he would make it back this season. "Mentally, Im ready. I think thats what everybody was questioning -- mental toughness. But I know my body better than anybody else," he said. Farrell said Friday he thought Buchholz was "in a pretty good place from a mental standpoint, in addition to physically being sound." Clearance Nike Shoes From China . He looked very comfortable Wednesday night. Konerko had a big three-run double and Gordon Beckham homered for the second straight game, leading the Chicago White Sox to an 8-3 victory over the sliding Chicago Cubs. Fake Nike Shoes From China . Minutes before the final whistle of Sporting Kansas Citys 3-0 victory over a shorthanded Montreal Impact squad on Saturday afternoon, Saputo tweeted: "Our fans deserve better. https://www.nikeshoeschina.us/. That still leaves a big hole.You dont replace the leadership, defensive co-ordinator Billy Davis said. You just dont. Leadership is something that is earned over time. Nike Shoes China . - Vince Wilfork has played only two career games in Kansas City. Cheap Nike Shoes From China . Goodell said in an ESPN Radio interview Monday (http://es.pn/1gkbauy ) that participants played harder and made the game very competitive. Goodell says he had fun watching the game Sunday and thinks fans did, too.Rangana Herath registered his second five-wicket haul in as many days as Sri Lanka closed in on victory in the second Test against Zimbabwe at Harare Sports Club on Wednesday. Herath followed up his five-wicket haul in the first innings with 5-45 in the second as Zimbabwe, set 491 to win, went to stumps on the fourth evening on 180-7.The feat not only took Herath to 50 wickets in the calendar year - in just his eighth Test - but also gave him the seventh 10-wicket match haul in his career.The tourists began the fourth day on 102-4 in their second innings, with an overall lead of 334, and spent the first half of the day extending that aadvantage.ddddddddddddWith Dimuth Karunaratne anchoring the innings with a patient 88 and Kusal Perera adding a quickfire 62 towards the end, Sri Lanka were able to declare their second innings on 258-9 to set Zimbabwe 491 to win.Left with 136 overs to bat in order to save the match, Zimbabwe were soon reduced to 39-3 before a 74-run stand for the fourth wicket between Sean Williams and Craig Ervine briefly revived them.Once Williams edged to slip off Lahiru Kumara to fall for 45, Sri Lanka were able to chip away at the middle order and move within three wickets of a 2-0 series sweep.Ervine reached stumps unbeaten on 65, with Donald Tiripano for company. ' ' '