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 The Red Sox kicked off the Grapefruit League season with a game at City of Palms Park vs. Boston College. Red Sox starting pitcher Josh Beckett is shown as he fires a pitch to Boston College's Harry Darling in the top of the first inning.
(Jim Davis / Boston Globe Staff)

Beckett Looks Sharp Against College Kids

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Beckett Gives It the Old College Try, Retires All Six He Faced
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Sam Shaughnessy Struck Out Once, Rocco Twice
Buchholz, Tazawa in Good Form in Short Stints
Eno Guerrero Pinch Hits for Papi, Draws Walk

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