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Beckett doesn't hold anything back

Beckett gave up five runs to Tampa Bay, but threw the ball hard in his first spring training start.
Beckett gave up five runs to Tampa Bay, but threw the ball hard in his first spring training start. (AP Photo) AP Photo
By Chris Snow
Globe Staff / March 7, 2006

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The fourth and 12th pitches of Josh Beckett's Red Sox career exited Progress Energy Park yesterday alarmingly fast (a liner off leadoff hitter Julio Lugo's bat and a parabolic shot off Jonny Gomes's bat). In three innings against Tampa Bay, the 25-year-old Beckett dug a 5-0 hole, leaving him to say, ''I want to get a ... (Full article: 985 words)

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