Josh Beckett has made it clear that he's thankful to the Red Sox and their fans for his time in Boston.
But that doesn't mean he's letting all the fans off the hook -- especially those he thinks had it out for him this year.
Beckett ripped the local media and the larger Boston sports culture in a column by WEEI.com's Rob Bradford on Wednesday, criticizing those who weren't satisfied with what he brought to the team and those who he says were rooting for him to fail.
"It's just a matter of time before they get you, basically," he said. "And that's unfortunate. I think [Jon] Lester knows that. I think Clay Buchholz knows that. Your time will come."
Beckett talked with Bradford about a variety of topics, from how the trade went down to what he felt he accomplished during his time in Boston. But he wasn't shy about what he calls unfair criticism. He said several times that he felt he was unfairly portrayed throughout his Red Sox career, although he did take the blame for his poor pi...