Need Someone to Blame This Summer?

Sox starting pitcher Josh Beckett looks out from the mound after giving up a 3-run homer to Hideki Matsui in the 6th inning as Matsui heads home
(John Tlumacki / Boston Globe Staff)

Look No Further Than Josh Beckett

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Hey, 19 Has Given Up 19 Runs in His Last 3 Outings
It Was a Very Bad Year. Sincerely, Frank Sinatra
Bright Side: Ortiz

"He hit his spots all night and then he missed three or four consecutive hitters. Sometimes you need a break, maybe a foul ball. It just happened. He was very good up until that point. It was nothing physical and then he came back and got the hitters after that." -- Tito, being creative, and kind, to Beckett

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