Wake No Mistake

Boston Red Sox manager Terry Francona, center, talks to pitcher Tim Wakefield before taking Wakefield out of the game in the sixth inning of the Red Sox 7-1 loss to the New York Yankees in their spring training baseball game at Steinbrenner Field in Tampa, Fla., Tuesday, March 24, 2009.
(AP)

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"I'm very comfortable throwing to Georgie. He's got unbelievable hands. I know he's doing a lot of work with Gary Tuck as far as catching knuckleballs on the machine twice a day. Just getting his comfort level there. But as far as I'm concerned, I'm very comfortable throwing to him. I thought he did an outstanding job last night." -- 3.25.09, Tim Wakefield on WEEI's Dale and Holley


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