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Francona tries to clarify Wakefield's injury

Defensive replacement Jacoby Ellsbury made an immediate impact, snagging Chone Figgins's sinking liner to left in the ninth. Defensive replacement Jacoby Ellsbury made an immediate impact, snagging Chone Figgins's sinking liner to left in the ninth. (STAN GROSSFELD/GLOBE STAFF)
By Gordon Edes
Globe Staff / October 4, 2007

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That back injury that has sidelined Tim Wakefield for the American League Division Series? Red Sox manager Terry Francona amended his description of the injury yesterday, saying it was in the "back of the shoulder." (Full article: 1308 words)

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