Wakefield Passes Clemens For Innings Pitched

CLEVELAND (AP) – Tim Wakefield bounced back from two rough

outings and became Boston's all-time leader in innings pitched,

leading the Red Sox past the Cleveland Indians 3-2 on Tuesday


Wakefield (2-4) gave up four hits and one earned run over 7 1-3

innings to push his career innings pitched to 2,777, one more than

Roger Clemens worked in a Red Sox uniform.

The 43-year-old left after yielding a pinch-double to Travis

Hafner, who had been 0 for 10 against the knuckleballer.

Hideki Okajima and Ramon Ramirez each got one out, stranding

pinch-runner Anderson Hernandez at third base to end the eighth.

Daniel Bard worked the ninth for his second save in five chances.


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