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Beckett gives bullpen relief

Beckett on Monday's loss

Red Sox pitcher Josh Beckett tossed eight innings and allowed only two runs on five hits, but absorbed the loss as Boston fell to Arizona, 2-1, Monday night at Fenway Park.
By Baxter Holmes
Globe Correspondent / June 24, 2008

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Terry Francona and his coaching staff sat down after Sunday's 13-inning win and spent a long time talking about the bullpen. Seven relievers had thrown 13 2/3 innings in the last two games, wearing the Red Sox bullpen thin in the process. The Sox could have made a roster move, or maybe have a starting pitcher throw some relief innings. (Full article: 562 words)

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