Tim Wakefield Says He Felt Good, Pitched Well Despite Loss to White Sox

Tim Wakefield entered Wednesday's matinee against the Chicago White Sox only five wins shy of 200 for his career. Unfortunately, he wasn't able to inch closer, receiving a no-decision as the Red Sox suffered a 7-4 loss at the hands of the Chicago White Sox — their fourth straight loss overall.

Wakefield allowed four runs on seven hits in six innings, while Matt Albers took the loss out of the bullpen after giving up a run on three hits in 1/3 innings of work.

The veteran knuckleballer said he felt good following the game, though, and that he thought he pitched pretty well for the most part. He said there were only a few balls that got hit hard off him, including a two-run home run by Brent Lillibridge in the sixth that gave the White Sox a 4-3 lead at the time.

To hear what else Wakefield had to say after the loss, check out the video above.

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