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Regardless of which team you root for, if you are a fan of the game, you have 
to be impressed with David's latest comeback:

> Wells is the oldest starting pitcher in Red Sox history. He left with a
5-4 >lead after 6 2/3 innings, giving way to 22-year-old Craig Hansen - who,
like >Verlander, had not yet been born when Wells pitched his first pro
season at >Medicine Hat in 1982.

>Hansen provided a bridge to Jonathan Papelbon, who earned his 32nd save.
The >Boston closer is practically a grizzled veteran - when Wells turned
pro, >Papelbon was 1 year old. 

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