Beckett and ???

Josh Beckett pitched his heart out again and the end result was a win for the Red Sox. It was Beckett’s 14th win of the season, tying him with C.C. Sabathia, John Lackey and Carlos Zambrano for the most in MLB. The game wasn’t without incident though as the Mariner Moose almost killed our centerfielder, Coco Crisp. Luckily, Coco wasn’t hurt and the Red Sox made the M’s pay for this with their bats as they added some insurance runs late. Not they need them with this most excellent bullpen. But before Curt Schilling takes the mound in Anaheim tonight, let’s take a look at the headlines and happenings from the Boston area and Seattle media on this overcast morning in RSN.

Seattle Troubles Put In The Past. [Hartford Courant]

Mariners get sloppy in loss to Boston. [Seattle Times]

Sox do it again. [Pro Jo]

M’s fall flat on their faces in 9-2 loss to Red Sox. [Seattle Post-Intelligencer]

Making tracks. [Boston Globe]

Sox enjoy the show. [Boston Herald]

Platoon at 1st sticks, for now. [Seattle Times]

ATV-Driving Moose Hits Crisp. [Hartford Courant]

Sexson will still get shot to snap out of slump. [Seattle Post-Intelligencer]

Schilling to take mound tonight. [Pro Jo]

Waving ‘bye — temporarily. [Boston Globe]

Schill, Sox look to future. [Boston Herald]

Manny’s fortune nears 500. [Boston Herald]

For more headlines and stories, head over to the Boston Globe, Boston Herald, Providence Journal, Hartford Courant, Seattle Times, and Seattle Post-Intelligencer websites.