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Red Sox closer: Papelbon or Foulke?

April 9, 2006

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NICK CAFARDO Globe Red Sox reporter The point is moot because Keith Foulke isn't ready physically to be the closer, therefore Jonathan Papelbon must take the role. Papelbon is certainly a more prototypical closer because he throws 95 m.p.h. and can strike you out at the end of the game. That's always preferable to a finesse closer, though Foulke is ... (Full article: 503 words)

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