A Shot in the Arm

Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Tim Wakefield throws a pitch in the third inning against the Oakland Athletics during their MLB American League baseball game in Oakland, California April 15, 2009.

Wakefield Loses No-Hit Bid Late,
But It Was a Most Impressive Start

'Pen to Tim: You Complete Me
History Was in the Making into the 8th, Sox Win 8-2
You Complete Me But 25-Minute Wait May Have Cost Wake the No-No
Bigger News Than Near No Hitter: Ortiz Got an Extra Base Hit
HR No. 2: J.D. Drew Refuses to Have a 4 Strikeout Game
Ellsbury Toying With Batting .200, Threatens to Draw Another Walk Soon
Error Surprises, But Mike Lowell Gets Son On the Board With 2-Run Jack
No Surprise: Dice-K Lands on the Disabled List

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

Boston Globe:

Red Sox end losing streak > Shaughnessy: Debunking myths about the 2014 Red Sox > Cherington: Everyone needs to get better

Boston Herald:

Ortiz, Red Sox bats break out to end losing streak > Buchholz still bewildered > Memory loss haunting Red Sox


Lester was once a good hitter, now heading toward dubious record > Travis Shaw brings hot bat to Pawtucket > Ranaudo shines > Betts not a candidate for Boston, yet

NY Post:

St. Louis lets Ozzie Smith bid Jeter goodbye > Yanks prevail in extras again > Nonsense leads off in MLB broadcasts > Beltran elbow on mend

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