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He left them in his wake

Fluttering knuckleball had Yankees on run

By Fluto Shinzawa
Globe Staff / April 12, 2005

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When Tim Wakefield is on, his knuckleball typically drops down and darts to the left, away from righthanded hitters. But in the fifth inning of yesterday's game against the Yankees, Wakefield's 0-2 knuckler busted down and to the right against Derek Jeter, surprising the shortstop and causing him to swing wildly at the inside pitch. (Full article: 695 words)

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