Payback's a pitch
Five times with two out in the nightmarish ninth inning Sunday, Boston Red Sox closer Jonathan Papelbon reared back and fired the pitch he hoped would end the game, needing one more strike to allow his team to live another day.
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#1 Oct 20, 2009
without pap they would never have made it this far. he had a bad night but he didn't deserve the boo's i am sure no one felt worse then he.
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