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Tim Wakefield had 200 wins during his career. He won 186 with the Boston Red Sox and 14 with the Pittsburgh Pirates.

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How many career wins did Tim Wakefield have with the Boston Red Sox?

Tim Wakefield had 186 career wins and 168 career losses with the Boston Red Sox.


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At the end of the 2008 season, Wakefield had 164 wins with the Red Sox.


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Through the 2008 season, Roger Clemens and Cy Young are tied for most career wins by a Red Sox pitcher with 192 . As of 2010, Tim Wakefield has 172.


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Tim Wakefield was born on August 2, 1966.


What Red Sox pitcher has the most career starts?

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Tim Wakefield is 45 years old (birthdate: August 2, 1966).


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Tim Wakefield was born August 2, 1966, in Melbourne, FL, USA.


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