Would you sign Papelbon for 3 years/$45 million?

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    Re: Would you sign Papelbon for 3 years/$45 million?

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    Let me just say I love having him on the team, and wouldn't want to face him on another team. Besides there aren't many proven closers in his category. And like I've said in another post, I loved the "Doubt me" shirt he wore in spring training. It's definitely working for him. He seems to have a natural instinct for the closer role, which I'm guessing is not easy. I believe he loves being a part of the Red Sox, and wants to continue here.  I hope they are able to work out a deal to sign him.
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    Re: Would you sign Papelbon for 3 years/$45 million?

    Probably would do it, and he may be able to get that deal elsewhere if the Sox won't go there.  But to me, a hungry Papelbon is a better pitcher.

    And I believe Boras is Ellsbury's agent, not Papelbon's. 
     
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