Manny Being Papi

Stand And Deliver

Manny Ramirez f the Boston Red Sox celebrates after connecting for a three-run home run to defeat the Los Angeles Angels, 6-3, in Game 2 of the American League Division Series at Fenway Park October 5, 2007 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)

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It's Gone, Baby, Gone

That's Just Manny Being Papi

Manny Crushes 3-Run Walkoff Homer Over Everything
Edes: Manny of the Hour, Sox Head West Up 2-0
MacMullan: His Response Was Intentional
Ryan: Monster Blast Spoke Volumes
Shaughnessy: A Walkoff Winner
Kapler's Corner: Gabe on Manny
Game 2 Photos | Game 2 Fenway Scene Photos
Video: Manny Speaks! (in Spanish, Too!) | Fenway Video

"In that situation, that guy has gotten me out so many times," said Ramírez in a rare postgame interview. "But baseball's like that. Sometimes you get me, sometimes I get you."

"It feels great," said a buoyant Ramírez. "It's been a long time since I've done something special like that. But I haven't been right all year long. When you don't feel good and still get hits, that's when you know you're a bad man." -- Manny breaks it down | 10.6.07, Jackie MacMullan, Boston Globe

California Here We Come!

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Pennant Express Heads West to Anaheim

'My Train Doesn't Stop'-- Manny Ramirez, Oct. 6. 2007

Big Misstep: Angels Walk Papi to Get to Manny

"You walkin' to me? You walkin' to me? You walkin' to me? Then who the hell else are you walking... you walking to me? Well I'm the only one here. Who the #@%! do you think you're walking to? Oh yeah? OK." [Draws] -- Manny Travis Bickle, Taxi Driver, Part Deux

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