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With the heat on, his heater was on

Papelbon coolly silenced Tampa Bay

By Adam Kilgore
Globe Staff / September 9, 2008

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Jonathan Papelbon kicked the spikes of his right red-black-and-white Reebok across the front of the rubber, digging in for the most important out of last night's game, if not the Red Sox' season. Runners strayed off second and third base while Papelbon hurled his warmup pitches. It was the eighth inning. Both "out" lights on the Fenway Park scoreboard were ... (Full article: 596 words)

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