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Wakefield goes deep this time

He tames Tigers for eight innings

By Christopher L. Gasper
Globe Staff / August 30, 2004

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When it comes to giving up long balls, Red Sox pitcher Tim Wakefield has a short memory. Just three weeks after he surrendered a club-record six home runs to the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park, tying the post-1900 major league record, the wily knuckleballer delivered one of his best starts of the season in the rematch. Striking out a season-high ... (Full Article: 615 Words)

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