Mission Tim Possible

Red Sox starting pitcher Tim Wakefield works against the Philadelphia Phillies during an interleague baseball game Sunday, May 23, 2010, in Philadelphia. Wakefield pitched eight shutout innings for his first victory in nearly a year  The Red Sox won 8-3.

Wakefield Over Halladay? You Betcha

Boston 8, Philadelphia 3 | Phillies Fooled by Fill-In
Anything is Possible!!!!! Sincerely, Kevin Garnett
Is Red-Hot Kevin Youkilis Making a Run at AL MVP?
Ramon Ramirez... a Little Rusty
J.D. Playing Through It

"Somebody asked me the other day if I think it’s [recent success of starters] contagious. If it is, I hope we get an epidemic." -- Terry Francona on the recent spurt

Surprise, Surprise, Surprise


Stepford Matsuzaka Flirts with No-Hitter in Philly

Boston 5, Philadelphia 0 | Dice Was on a Roll
Bigger Surprise: A Matsuzaka Start Ends in Under 3 Hours

"I think I was close but haven't seen the replay. I know the whole country of Japan hates me. Sorry, sorry. My bad." -- Marco Scutaro on not getting to the hit

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

Boston Globe:

Hanley enjoying his return > Victorino slowly getting up to speed > Ramirez fitting right in > Manuel Margot in stars in Salem

Boston Herald:

Pablo Sandoval struggles against lefties continues > Buchholz says he's sorry for the effort > Red Sox doing more right than wrong > Miley put Sox in hole


Brentz walkoff helps PawSox win at McCoy > Marrero more aggressive > Vic ready to make impact > Workman receives PRP injection

NY Post:

The latest way ESPN ruined Sunday Night Baseball > Girardi dusts off Mike Stanley story for Jeter's panicked replacement > Yankees all-in on Carlos Beltran, and that's a problem

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