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Marlins scouting director Al Avila said at the time, "Beckett has good size and has an overpowering fastball.
He's a bulldog on the mound." but he eventually signed on August 28, 1999 to a four-year million contract that included a .625 million signing bonus.
As the Opening Day starter for the Cougars, he pitched four innings and allowed only one run, on a double by Albert Pujols.
Beckett suffered from injuries that season, including shoulder tendinitis and a frayed rotator cuff, injuries which took longer to heal because he did too much weight lifting while on the disabled list.
His coach was so frustrated with him he threw him off the team.
As a high school junior, Beckett was ranked by Baseball America as the top high school prospect in the country and his team as the top high school baseball team.
He won the 2003 World Series with the Marlins and the 2007 World Series with the Red Sox, and received the 2007 American League Championship Most Valuable Player (MVP) award and the 2003 World Series MVP award.
In game three, he struck out 10 and allowed only two runs in 7 In a deal that was made official on Thanksgiving Day 2005, Beckett was traded to the Boston Red Sox along with third baseman Mike Lowell and relief pitcher Guillermo Mota for minor league shortstop Hanley Ramírez (the top prospect in the Red Sox system at the time) and pitchers Aníbal Sánchez, Jesús Delgado and Harvey García. He is best known for being a co-host on the ITV2 spin-off show I'm a Celebrity... He presents BBC One entertainment series Wedding Day Winners and All Together Now. Beckett started performing stand-up in 2009 and quickly enjoyed success in all of the new comedian competitions winning four in his first year. Since 2016, Beckett has been a team captain on the More4 panel show 8 Out of 10 Cats.Since 2016, Beckett has been a team captain on the More4 panel show 8 Out of 10 Cats. Beckett was a regular contestant and eventual winner on the third series of Taskmaster, which aired on October 2016.Joshua Patrick Beckett (born May 15, 1980) is an American former professional baseball pitcher.