TIM WAKEFIELD RUMORS

Tim Wakefield Joined NESN Broadcast For Red Sox Foundation Night (Video)

NESN dedicated its entire spring training broadcast of Red Sox-Yankees in Fort Myers on Thursday night to the remarkable work of the Red Sox Foundation. Honorary Red Sox Foundation chairman and former Boston starting pitcher Tim Wakefield joined Don Orsillo and Jerry Remy in the broadcast booth, which made for a fantastic evening. Check out highlights of the game and a special segment...
Via NESN.com
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Tim Wakefield Answers Red Sox Fans’ Questions: I Still Could Pitch At Major League Level

Tim Wakefield, former Boston Red Sox pitcher and Honorary Chairman of the Red Sox Foundation, continues to leave his mark on the community. Wakefield is among those raising awareness for the Red Sox Foundation during Thursday’s Red Sox-Yankees spring training game at JetBlue Park in Fort Myers, Fla. The long-time knuckleballer also was gracious enough to respond to questions sent...
Via NESN.com
29 days ago  |  Discuss

Your Morning Dump... Where Wakefield is back

Every morning, we compile the links of the day and dump them here... highlighting the big storyline. Because there's nothing quite as satisfying as a good morning dump. The Red Sox announced yesterday that Wakefield will return to the organization as an honorary chairman of the Red Sox Foundation and as a special assignment instructor to the club’s baseball operations...
Via Ted's Army
April 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Video: Tim Wakefield stars in 'Knuckleball!' documentary

Tim Wakefield made a living off his ability to throw a knuckleball, and he'll soon be giving the world an inside look as his mastery. Wakefield will be starring in a documentary called Knuckleball!, which aims to deconstruct the unpredictable and erratic pitch. Joining the former Red Sox right-hander in the documentary are other current and former knuckleballers, including R...
Via NESN.com
April 23, 2012  |  Discuss
SOX LIFER

Wakefield turned down offers?

Tim Wakefield decided to retire after 19 seasons in the bigs, but did he walk away because of a lack of interest from teams? Maybe not.

Via NESN.com
February 18, 2012  |  Discuss

Tim Wakefield's Place Among Knuckleball Pitchers

Tim Wakefield retired yesterday after a long career, most of it spent with the Boston Red Sox. Wakefield, of course, was a knuckleball pitcher and member of a small club of such pitchers in the history of Major League Baseball. Knuckleball pitchers are an oddity and we baseball fans love them. Why though? Perhaps we love knuckleball pitchers because it doesn't take an elite...
Via The Flagrant Fan
February 18, 2012  |  Discuss

Here’s to You, Mr. Wakefield

Tim Wakefield wasn’t the best pitcher in Red Sox history (that’s Pedro Martinez), nor was he the most entertaining (guys like Bill “Spaceman” Lee, Luis Tiant and yes, Pedro, have that territory marked), but what he was one of the Nation’s favorites. For 17 years, he pitched, and acted, with the same stoicism. He never put himself above the game, and was always, always ready...
Via Fangraphs
February 17, 2012  |  Discuss

Has Tim Wakefield made a decision yet?

I guess I did not understand the statement by Barry Meister (Wakefield's agent), when he said Tim will be making a decision on his future soon. The decision whether Wake will attempt another year in the majors or hang up his cleats after 19 seasons (17 with Bos.) was supposed to be made by this past weekend. Nothing yet. Wakefield has stated numerous times in the past that he...
Via Ted's Army
February 14, 2012  |  Discuss

Wakefield will make decision on his future soon

Tim Wakefield has not been welcomed back with open arms by the Sox as he hoped. At 45, he wants to come back, but no one really wants him. By this weekend, Wakefield will make his decision whether he will retire or make a run for another season in the majors. As a result of the dilemma, Wakefield's agent, Barry Meister, said a verdict on his client is looming, according to...
Via Ted's Army
February 09, 2012  |  Discuss

Wakefield is thinking about retirement

Grandpa Tim has muttered a word I did not think he was capable of saying. Retirement. It is not a definite route for Wake, who will turn 46 during the 2012 season, yet he has taken it into consideration. "I just saw that [Jorge] Posada retired, you know, it's something that my wife and I need to talk about," said the 45-year-old knuckleballer, according to FloridaToday...
Via Ted's Army
January 29, 2012  |  Discuss
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