It's All Over
Tim Wakefield retires
(Steve Silva / Globe Staff)

Mission Timpossible Accomplished:
Tim Wakefield Says Goodbye

Boston.com: All About Wake
Thanks for the Memories Tim: Wake Through the Years
We'll Never Forget That Amazing 14-1 Run in '95
Clemens and Cy Stay Atop Sox All-Time Win List As They Should
Now Can 'Tek Just Do the Right Thing and Retire, Too?

"Iím very proud of the job that Iíve done so far." -- June 6, 2011, Tim Wakefield


The Gang's All Here

Pitchers come out for Wake's wake
(Steve Silva / Globe Staff)

Red Sox Players, D-Lowe, Babies and More
Come Out to Honor Wake

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

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ProJo:

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NY Post:

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