Josh Beckett reflects on the anniversary of the Daniel Peck game

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Remember when the starting pitcher was usually the postseason story? Exactly 14 years ago, that was the case with Josh Beckett in Cleveland.

It was Oct. 18, 2007 and the Red Sox were one game away from elimination thanks to a 3-1 series deficit to the Indians. Up until that point, there was no arguing the Beckett was the guy the Red Sox wanted on the mound, having already turned in a complete game shutout against the Angels to kick off the ALDS, before holding Cleveland to two runs over six innings in the Sox’ only series win to that point.