Of course, with A.J. Pierzynski and Ramon Castro being very familiar with Buehrle's body of work, it's easy to trust in their game plan. But Buehrle actually sees a positive in Tyler Flowers and Donny Lucy getting to catch him, with both Pierzynski and Castro on the disabled list.
"To be honest, I think it's good," Buehrle said. "You get into a pattern with A.J. catching or whether it be Castro. I always think it's good to have a different catcher catch you.
"I know when Castro was here, he called more curveballs than what A.J. does. Sometimes A.J. gets in a pattern calling certain stuff. Obviously, when it's working, you keep going with it. But I honestly think it's good to have a different catcher back there every once in a while, just to call a different game."
Buehrle is the same pitcher who threw a perfect game the first time he threw to Castro, so he's fairly low maintenance. But he pointed to Gavin Floyd's nine-strikeout effort against Cleveland with Flowers catching this past Tuesday as a good example of mixing things up.
"Gavin struck out tons of guys on fastballs with two strikes," Buehrle said. "They were sitting curveball, thinking that's what he did a lot early in the season. So that's why I think it's good."