Mission Timpossible

Mission Timpossible

Red Sox starter Tim Wakefield tips his cap to a standing ovation as he leaves the game in the 8th inning allowing only one run.

(Boston Globe Staff Photo / Barry Chin)

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Red Sox 10, Angels 1

Battery Power: Mirabelli Bangs One Out, 2 RBIs
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Pap Was in the Right Place at the Right Time
Papi Picks It Up in the RBI Dept.
C'mon Coco, No Pressure Here

"He's [Mirabelli's] so valuable to me. Tonight, he won the game for us." -- 4.13.07, Tim Wakefield making sure the much-maligned Mirabelli gets his 15 minutes for stepping up

BDD is a feature of Boston.com. All posts are by Steve Silva unless otherwise indicated.

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