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Papelbon featured in children's book

Burlington High School senior Rachel Gregorio, 17, with 'Pitching with the Papelbons,' which she illustrated. Burlington High School senior Rachel Gregorio, 17, with "Pitching with the Papelbons," which she illustrated. (DAVID KAMERMAN/GLOBE STAFF)
By Russell Contreras
Globe Staff / October 28, 2007

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BURLINGTON - If the Red Sox call on closer Jonathan Papelbon at the end of a game during the World Series, it's probably because the game is on the line. The 26-year-old pitcher is expected to come into pressure situations, stare down Colorado Rockies sluggers, and blow them away with his 90-plus-mile-an-hour fastball. (Full article: 694 words)

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