Homecoming King

Homecoming King

Red Sox manager Terry Francona, center, congratulates starting pitcher Josh Beckett after completing the seventh inning against the Toronto Blue Jays on Opening Day at Fenway Park in Boston, Tuesday April 11, 2006. Beckett gave up one run on three hits in his seven inning outing.  At right is interim pitching coach Al Nipper.

(Boston Globe Staff Photo / Barry Chin)

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Bronson Woulda Had It

Red Sox Willie Mo Pena cannot come up with the ball as Blue Jays Frank Catalanotto hit a two-run home run durng 8th inning action at the home season opener at Fenway Park on Tuesday

(Boston Globe Staff Photo / Jim Davis)

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