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Papelbon poised to pen perfect ending

By Amalie Benjamin
Globe Staff / October 4, 2005

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Deep in the perfectly trimmed outfield grass stood Jonathan Papelbon, tall and broad, commanding even amid the expanse of green. He turned, into a slightly relaxed version of his pitching stance, and threw a lazy ball to Craig Hansen, his floppy-haired coconspirator in the race to subtract years from a team that is rapidly aging. (Full article: 1065 words)

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