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 Tim Wakefield joins NESN
ThinMan
Posted: Jun 29 2012, 07:08 PM


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NESN announced that former Red Sox pitcher Tim Wakefield will join the network as a Red Sox studio analyst. Wakefield’s first appearance will be Saturday at 9 p.m. when he joins Tom Caron and Jim Rice for one-hour of pre-game coverage before the Red Sox take on the Mariners in Seattle. “Tim Wakefield has been an integral part of the fabric of the Red Sox and the New England community for the past 17 years,” said Sean McGrail, NESN President and CEO. “We are extremely happy to add Tim to our all-star lineup of studio analysts and believe that he will bring a unique perspective to our coverage with his knowledge of the team and the rest of the league.” Wakefield retired in February after a 19-year MLB career, 17 years with the Red Sox.


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Posted: Jun 29 2012, 07:23 PM


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NESN announced that former Red Sox pitcher Tim Wakefield will join the network as a Red Sox studio analyst. Wakefield’s first appearance will be Saturday at 9 p.m. when he joins Tom Caron and Jim Rice for one-hour of pre-game coverage before the Red Sox take on the Mariners in Seattle. “Tim Wakefield has been an integral part of the fabric of the Red Sox and the New England community for the past 17 years,” said Sean McGrail, NESN President and CEO. “We are extremely happy to add Tim to our all-star lineup of studio analysts and believe that he will bring a unique perspective to our coverage with his knowledge of the team and the rest of the league.” Wakefield retired in February after a 19-year MLB career, 17 years with the Red Sox.

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The young Bill James rather famously wrote that he could not find any evidence that certain types of players could consistently hit better in the clutch – he still has not found that evidence. But unlike his younger self, he will not dismiss the idea of clutch hitting. He has been a consultant for the Red Sox for more than a decade, and he has watched David Ortiz deliver so many big hits in so many big moments, and he finds himself unwilling to deny that Big Papi does have an ability in those situations others don’t have.
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Posted: Jul 6 2012, 03:17 PM


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QUOTE (Offbase @ Jun 29 2012, 08:23 PM)
QUOTE (ThinMan @ Jun 29 2012, 08:08 PM)
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NESN announced that former Red Sox pitcher Tim Wakefield will join the network as a Red Sox studio analyst. Wakefield’s first appearance will be Saturday at 9 p.m. when he joins Tom Caron and Jim Rice for one-hour of pre-game coverage before the Red Sox take on the Mariners in Seattle. “Tim Wakefield has been an integral part of the fabric of the Red Sox and the New England community for the past 17 years,” said Sean McGrail, NESN President and CEO. “We are extremely happy to add Tim to our all-star lineup of studio analysts and believe that he will bring a unique perspective to our coverage with his knowledge of the team and the rest of the league.” Wakefield retired in February after a 19-year MLB career, 17 years with the Red Sox.

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