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Beckett can't locate trouble

Another poor outing for ace

Josh Beckett makes an off-balance throw but can't prevent B.J. Upton's single. Josh Beckett makes an off-balance throw but can't prevent B.J. Upton's single. (Chris O'Meara/Associated Press)
By Adam Kilgore
Globe Staff / May 1, 2009

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Josh Beckett reaffirmed himself as the best pitcher the Red Sox can boast only 24 days ago. He throttled the Rays on Opening Day, yielding one run in seven innings. His fastball zipped by bats, and his curveball buckled knees. He allowed no hits from the windup. He was morphing back to the 2007 version of ... (Full article: 841 words)

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