Saving Papelbon

Saving Papelbon

Kansas City, MO 04/05/2007: Jonathan Papelbon, the Red Sox closer turned starter turned closer comes in from his familiar spot in the bullpen, on his way to his first save of the year.

(Boston Globe Staff Photo / Jim Davis)

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