7. Jon Lester, Josh Beckett, and Clay Buchholz will combine for more than 50 victories. Two seasons ago, the Red Sox got exactly 50 wins out their big three of Jon Lester (19 wins), Clay Buchholz (17) and ... er, John Lackey (14). Beckett had just six wins in an injury-plagued season in '10, but he bounced back last year with arguably the best year of his Boston career. There's no reason he can't be as effective again in '12. Nineteen wins is always a reasonable expectation for Lester -- he will get 20 one of these seasons -- and a healthy Buchholz is capable of being much more than a No. 3 starter. I'm putting the Lester-Beckett-Buchholz trio down for 54 wins.