Early Wake Turns to Quick Funeral

Red Sox starting pitcher Tim Wakefield hangs his head in the dugout after leaving the game in the fifth inning after giving up seven runs against the Los Angeles Angels during a baseball game in Anaheim, Calif., Wednesday, May 13, 2009.
(Jim Davis / Boston Globe Staff)

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"The offense scored four runs early and gave me a comfortable lead, and I couldn't hold it. I just tried to grind it out and it didn't work. I pride myself on giving the club innings, and I wasn't able to do that tonight." -- Tim Wakefield, now officially out of the Cy Young race

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