Mariners try to win series finale in Boston

Mariners try to win series finale in Boston

Seattle : WA : USA | May 15, 2012 at 1:15 PM PDT
Source: Seattle Times
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They just held a pre-game ceremony to honor Tim Wakefield, who retired last February after a career that included 17 seasons with the Red Sox. Beckett won't be nearly as popular with the crowd if he can't throw strikes early. FULL ARTICLE AT Seattle Times
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