We can assume that Timmeh will be in the house when Fenway Park pays tribute to the heroes of the 2004 season prior to tonight’s game.
But you can also check Wakey in the brilliant documentary film Knuckleball!, which premiered in Boston last week, and is now playing at the Coolidge Corner movie house in Brookline. It’s a heartfelt look at the “brotherhood” of this awkward pitch, with Wakey reflecting on his career as RA Dickey revives his own career with the knuckler. If you missed my interview with the directors of Knuckleball!, you can check it here.
Our pal Mediacrity was at the premiere, and sent us the photo above (from a close encounter with Wake as she stepped out of the ladies’ room). She also provided a link to some footage she shot of Wake during the Q&A that followed last week’s screening. Check it out, if for nothing else than Wake’s great DeMarlo Hale anecdote: