Following the Red Sox' rain-shortened, 11-5 loss to Toronto, Monday night at Fenway Park, Sox manager Terry Francona insinuated that Josh Beckett is still probably going to make his next scheduled start, Saturday, against Cleveland. Beckett was scratched from his start Monday after struggling with mild spasms in his upper left back. "During the game isn't the easiest time to discuss that stuff, but we talked a little bit," Francona said. "We'll see how he does. I think our thought right now is that we'll probably keep him on his turn, which means he'll pitch Saturday. We just want to make sure we do what is in his best interest, and that's probably realistic. That doesn't mean it's a done deal, but I wouldn't be surprised if that's how it works out."
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