Red Sox Talk

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Welcome to First Pitch, a quick spin around the world of Major League Baseball . . . or at least the corner of it that most concerns the Red Sox.
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The WEEI Radio host thinks the Red Sox' win over the Blue Jays and the Rays' loss to the Orioles, which increased Boston's lead to four games, may have settled the race in the Sox' favor
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Tim Wakefield couldn't do it by himself, and he had tons of help -- 18 runs worth, actually -- to help him. Dustin Pedroia and Jacoby Ellsbury were the two forces behind those runs.
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Tim Wakefield expressed his feelings towards winning his 200th game in front of the home crowd at Fenway Park. The win came at a great time for the Red Sox too.
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It took nine tries, but Tim Wakefield finally got his 200th win, thanks in part to 18 runs that the Red Sox scored. Dustin Pedroia homered twice and drove in five runs.
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The Red Sox outfielder -- a big fan of Triple H and the WWE -- says ballplayers and wrestlers are 'huge entertainers, and we kind of share that in common.'
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Tim Wakefield got his 200th career win as the Red Sox batted around the Blue Jays to an 18-6 win. The win also snapped a Red Sox five-game skid.

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