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Wakefield: It's his decision

This time it goes in veteran's favor

Dustin Pedroia slaps a tag on Frank Thomas, who tried to leg out a double to left and was thrown out by Manny Ramírez. Dustin Pedroia slaps a tag on Frank Thomas, who tried to leg out a double to left and was thrown out by Manny Ramírez. (JIM DAVIS/GLOBE STAFF)
By Gordon Edes
Globe Staff / July 13, 2007

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There is no middle ground for Tim Wakefield when he pitches. Eighteen times he has started this season; 18 times he has gone home with either a win or a loss. No other pitcher in baseball has had as many decisions as Wakefield, who is now 10-8 after beating the Toronto Blue Jays last night, 7-4. (Full article: 986 words)

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