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Beckett felt teammate's pain

Red Sox righthander Josh Beckett, who played long toss in the outfield yesterday morning, said ex-teammate Keith Foulke 'was so miserable last year.' Red Sox righthander Josh Beckett, who played long toss in the outfield yesterday morning, said ex-teammate Keith Foulke "was so miserable last year." (JIM DAVIS/GLOBE STAFF)
By Gordon Edes and Amalie Benjamin
Globe Staff / February 17, 2007

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FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Keith Foulke's announcement that he was retiring at age 34, on the eve of joining his new team, the Cleveland Indians, did not come as a complete surprise to the Red Sox pitcher who sat next to him in the clubhouse last season. (Full article: 916 words)

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