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Beckett at his best shows that he's the best

Josh Beckett was nearly flawless for eight innings. Josh Beckett was nearly flawless for eight innings. (Mike Carlson/Associated Press)
By Nick Cafardo
Globe Staff / September 17, 2008

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The Tampa Bay Rays celebrated their 2-1 walkoff victory last night as if they had just won the World Series, but on the more subdued side of the diamond, even in heart-wrenching defeat, the Red Sox might have scored the biggest victory of all: the return of a dominant Josh Beckett. (Full article: 974 words)

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