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It's a joint decision as rotation turns to Zink

By Amalie Benjamin
Globe Staff / August 12, 2008

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Charlie Zink had long suspected that no team, even the Red Sox, would be able to justify having two knuckleball pitchers in the rotation. So it would make perfect sense to him that, when Tim Wakefield goes on the disabled list today, it will be Zink who fills the slot. (Full article: 1089 words)

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