Red Sox turn to Beckett in Game 2
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Jon Lester stood just a few feet from Josh Beckett's locker in a quiet clubhouse. He said he thought the pitches that he threw on Thursday night were done so with conviction. He felt he made a few mistakes, but could walk away without any despair.
Then he referenced his teammate, who will be starting Game 2 on Friday night against the Angels, who won the opener 5-0 and beat the Red Sox for only the second time in the past 11 postseason games the teams have played. ...
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