7th Wonder
Red Sox pitcher Josh Beckett throws against the Detroit Tigers in the seventh inning of a baseball game in Detroit, Wednesday, June 3, 2009.
(AP)

Josh Beckett Was On His Way to a No-Hitter,
Until He Handed One to Granderson

Beckett Flirts with No-Hit Bid in Win | Boston 10, Detroit 5
Josh Beckett Is Back: Last 3 Starts -- 1 ER in 22 2/3 Innings
We Interrupt This Sentence to Report That David Ortiz Hit a Double Last Night
Looks Like Takashi Saito Has Been Hanging Around with Papelbon
And the Defense Rests... and the Sox Make Three Errors in Eighth
Congratulations J.D. Drew on Hitting Honest Home Run No. 200
Laird Tries for a Cheap Hit, Then Beckett Hits Him
What the Eck Was That? Talking 'No Hitter' While One Was in Progress?

"He was throwing strike one when he was throwing offspeed. Just hitting corners. It seemed like he really never missed over the middle. With his stuff, he's got enough velocity where he can miss over the middle a couple times and still get away with it. I don't think he gave too many guys any easy looks." -- Mike Lowell, really impressed with Josh's outing

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