Tim Wakefield, Red Sox World Series Champion Pitcher, Dead at 57

Tim Wakefield, Red Sox World Series Champion Pitcher, Dead at 57

Major League Baseball has lost a respected veteran of the sport.
Tim Wakefield, a retired knuckleballing pitcher who in 2004 helped the Boston Red Sox make it to the World Series and cinch their…


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