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He was broken knuckler

Wakefield can't save his mates

By Adam Kilgore
Globe Staff / October 15, 2008

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Tim Wakefield, 42, last night became the oldest man to start an American League Championship Series game. He is in the autumn of his career, of course, and he may not receive many more opportunities to stand on the mound, flutter knuckleballs toward the plate, and laugh at the facial contortions of batters flummoxed by his pitch. (Full article: 713 words)

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