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On final push, Papelbon pulled through

By Ben Collins
Globe Correspondent / June 22, 2009

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The Red Sox had gone through two relievers yesterday who couldn’t hold a lead. It was uncharacteristic - statistically, the Sox have the best bullpen in baseball - but not implausible. Tied entering the ninth tied, it was time to give Jonathan Papelbon a try. (Full article: 528 words)

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