Beck on Track

Red Sox starter Josh Beckett pitches against the Detroit Tigers in the second inning of a baseball game Thursday, May 8, 2008, in Detroit
(AP Photo)

Josh Shows Signs of Returning to Form
Sox Take Out Tigers Again

Box: Sox 5, Tigers 1
The Mayor of Detroit Rules Again
Finish Line: Beckett Put the Pedal to the Metal in Motown
No Complaints: Hansen in the 8th, MDC in the 9th
NOTE TO AL GMs: COCO'S HITTING .315
Note to Julio Lugo: You Don't Know Nothing About Negativity in Boston.
Sincerely, Edgar Renteria

"I did some good things today, I've been working on a few things the last couple weeks. I did some good things tonight. That's probably about as high praise as I'll give myself." -- 5.8.08, Josh Beckett postgame analysis

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