Tim Wakefield sets humorous Red Sox record

Tim Wakefield has set an unusual record for the Boston Red Sox.  He has become the oldest pitcher in Red Sox history to record a victory.

His age of 44 years and 37 days surpasses previous record holder Dennis Eckersley.

Wakefield, with 16 years in Boston, is one victory closer to becoming the winningest pitcher in Red Sox history.

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