After two scoreless innings, Tim Wakefield had thrown just 14 pitches, and the Toronto Blue Jays were in serious trouble.
"They come in thinking they've got to be patient," said Red Sox catcher Doug Mirabelli. "They see that thing coming in there at 68 miles an hour and he's throwing strikes with it."
That means they'd better start hacking, and that meant something else.
"I saw a lot of bad swings up there," said Pokey Reese, who observed all of Wakefield's handiw...