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In the end, Red Sox make logical choice

By Nick Cafardo
Globe Staff / March 23, 2007

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No harm, no foul. The Red Sox, who named Jonathan Papelbon closer yesterday, did their due diligence throughout spring training. They kicked the tires to see if someone could emerge as the closer, whether it was Joel Pineiro, Julian Tavarez, Brendan Donnelly, or Mike Timlin. They tried desperately to monitor the rest of baseball, employing a ... (Full article: 1015 words)

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