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Red Sox losers in this pitched battle

September 6, 2009 by Staff Reporter  
Filed under Sports & Entertainment

CHICAGO – Nothing is certain for Tim Wakefield at this point in the season, at this point in his career, at this point in the pain. He can barely walk around the clubhouse, with a limp that gets more and less noticeable, based on the day. There is constant discomfort, most obvious when the aging knuckleballer attempts to do anything short of stand and throw. And even that, even pitching, is excruciating for him at times.

Still, Wakefield can throw. He did throw yesterday, surviving a shaky first to record six innings of work against the White Sox, though they all ended in futility in a 5-1 loss that was all about Gavin Floyd’s dominance at U.S. Cellular Field.


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