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Papelbon is trying to re-locate

Chop, chop. Jason Varitek takes his bat with him after popping up in the fifth. Chop, chop. Jason Varitek takes his bat with him after popping up in the fifth. (John Bohn/Globe Staff)
By Amalie Benjamin
Globe Staff / September 10, 2008

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There it was again. Fastball, fastball, fastball, fastball. The pitch the same, the location different, the results devastating for the Red Sox. But, even though it clearly didn't work out last night, with Jonathan Papelbon beaten by fastballs to Dan Johnson , Fernando Perez , and Dioner Navarro , the reliance on the fastball is by design. (Full article: 1199 words)

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