What's Your Gut Feeling on Beckett's Belly?

Soft in the Middle Now?

Red Sox pitcher Josh Beckett throws while working out in the bullpen at the teams baseball spring training facility, in Fort Myers, Fla., Thursday, Feb. 14, 2008.

(AP Photo)

Looks Like Josh Did a Lot of Sitting,
and Not a Lot of Sit Ups, This Winter
But Are the Photos Telling the Whole Picture?

It's Time for Josh and Company to Get Physicals
Discuss: What's Your Take on Beckett's Shape?
Eric Wilbur: Not Exactly a Riveting Start to Spring

From Coast-to-Coast, Roger and Rusty Keep Getting Ripped from Pillar-to-Post,
Today, Mark Fainaru-Wada Does the Honors
Clemens Creeping Up on McNamee in Survey
Chad Finn: More Questions for the Ohio, Texas Con Man
Camp: Schill, Sort Of, and More from Fort Myers on Friday

DebbieClemens.com goes down, but her words will be remembered: "Roger came to me one day and told me that we had been asked to do a photo shoot for Sports Illustrated. I had major anxiety! I was a 39-year-old mother of 4! Once I realized that this WAS going to be a reality, I decided I had to give it everything I had. My mind was set. I am not a risk taker, but have since learned that with great risk, sometimes comes great reward. The responses from that experience have been wonderful and I feel it was a turning point in my life. It�s nice to have a goal for yourself and to see it through. The goal kept me motivated and focused. Using common sense and my ability to balance my life, I achieved that goal." -- Debbie Clemens, on the now defunct DebbieClemens.com website, misremembering a few details about her SI photo shoot training regimen

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