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It'll take some extra effort to see Papelbon

Braves outfielder Andruw Jones shows he’s young at heart, shagging fly balls with some kids before the Home Run Derby.
Braves outfielder Andruw Jones shows he’s young at heart, shagging fly balls with some kids before the Home Run Derby. (Reuters Photo) Reuters Photo
By Gordon Edes and Nick Cafardo
Globe Staff / July 11, 2006

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PITTSBURGH -- The fallout from Sunday's 19-inning Red Sox loss to the White Sox spread to tonight's All-Star Game. Red Sox rookie closer Jonathan Papelbon , who threw more pitches (52) in back-to-back games last weekend than on any other occasion this season, including the three times he has pitched three games in a row, said he doesn't expect to ... (Full article: 1549 words)

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