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Beckett didn’t have command performance

Yankees newcomer Curtis Granderson rounds first base after his solo home run in the second inning as Sox pitcher Josh Beckett watches the flight of the blast. Yankees newcomer Curtis Granderson rounds first base after his solo home run in the second inning as Sox pitcher Josh Beckett watches the flight of the blast. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)
By Amalie Benjamin and Peter Abraham
Globe Staff / April 5, 2010

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For Josh Beckett , after waiting for five months to pitch in a meaningful game, it was over all too quickly. He walked off the mound before the fifth inning had ended. Of the 14 outs he registered, just one came by strikeout, the first time since June 14, 2007, that he had struck out so few in a start. (Full article: 971 words)

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