Papelblown

PAPELBLOWN

Red Sox closer Jonathan Papelbon is upset at himself in the dugout after getting out of the ninth inning, but nor before surrendering a two run home run to Travis Buck.

(Boston Globe Staff Photo / Jim Davis)

It Happens: Jon Doesn't Get the Job Done
35Pitches.com: It's All Distress, No Success in the 9th

Mayday Call on May Day: "MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAY, This is the S.S. Red Sox, Position 1, 5 1/2 games North of New York in AL East, our closer can't put out small fire, may require immediate assistance, Okaji on board if we need a lifeboat, OVER."

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Donnelly Woke Up Too Late, Tagged for Loss
Ballboy Fouls Up, Too

"You're not going to win them all. I'll take that loss on my back and I'll pick up the team again when they need me." -- 5.1.07, Mr. Imperfect, Jon Papelbon

Maybe Stay Mum on All the Money Talk?

They'll Be Time Enough for Counting When the Pitching's Done

ďIíve got a lot of money to be made in this game, whether itís with Boston or not. My goal is to make sure Iím ready to play every day and to make money, and you canít make money if youíre sitting on the bench. Thatís the way I look at it.Ē -- 5.1.07, Jon Papelbon in the Boston Herald, who maybe should speak through Dice-K's interpreter next time

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