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A person familiar with the negotiations tells The Associated Press that the Philadelphia Phillies and closer Jonathan Papelbon have agreed to a $50 million, four-year contract. (Nov. 11)
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Phillies sign papelbon For 50 mil
Tim and Justin react to the Phillies signing of Jonathan Papelbon
Tim and Justin breakdown the Phillies new acquirement Jonathan Papelbon
The Philadelphia Phillies signed Jonathan Papelbon for 4 years worth $50 million! Welcome To Philadelphia Jonathan Papelbon!
now just recently adding Jonathan Papelbon and Jim Thome the phils can cruise this year in the MLB and win the 2012 world series. Heres some information of Jonathan Papelbon: -a four-time All Star - been on redsox team - horrible year in 2009 had comeback year in 2011 - my boys sign him - gonna have a world series ring 2012
...anything that might have happened on Halloween, or on the final day of the regular season against the Baltimore Orioles. Yes, Papelbon made the critical mistake pitch with two outs and two strikes in the last game when the Sox lost and fell short of the playoffs....
(Boston Globe) Ben Cherington talks about the chances of signing David Ortriz and Jonathan Papelbon. (By Alan Miller, Globe Staff)
Paps warming up at Camden yards
Jonathan Papelbon was one strike away from victory. Nolan Reimold doubles in the tying run. Baltimore Orioles vs Boston Red Sox 9/28/11
Laughable. Way to go Tampa and Baltimore! MLB NETWORK.
SEPT 21ST GAME!! PAP COMES OUT TO SAVE THE DAY! FIRST GAME EVER AT FENWAY
jonathan papelbon coming in but blows it!
Papelbon records his 30th save of the 2011 season. (First player in MLB history to record 30+ saves in their first 6 seasons)
Red Sox win against the Tampa Bay Rays 3-4. Jonathon Papelbon gets the save.
Boston Red Sox closer Jonathon Papelbon coming in for the close.
Put that coffee down, Tampa Bay.
Red Sox closer Jonathan Papelbon joins Mut and Merloni in the CF studios at Fenway Park. He talks about as soon he became a Boston Red Sox he immediately realized the importance of the Jimmy Fund.
Jonthaen Papelbon and catcher Varitek are ejected for questioning strikes and balls withthe home plate umpire
Tune in Tuesday, Aug. 30 and Wednesday, Aug. 31 on WEEI Sports Radio Network and New England Sports Network for the 10th annual WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio-Telethon. Cheer on the Boston Red Sox as they take on the New York Yankees and help strike out cancer.
sabreyow's webcam video August 19, 2011 01:30 PM--check these nice autographs out and dont forget to subscribe
Red Sox win the first game of the doubleheader 3-1 win over the Rays
BOSTON -- Shortly after recording his 28th save of the season in a 3-1 Boston Red Sox win over the Tamp Bay Rays, Jonathan Papelbon found some relaxation by bringing a bow and arrow out to center field at Fenway and working on his archery skills. He placed a white square target up against the center field wall, about 20 feet to the right of the "379" foot marker in left-center. After firing a series of arrows and hitting the target every time from marked-off distances in center. The bows and target remained out on the field for most of the time between the day-night double header as neither team took batting practice on the field.
(Boston Globe) In this episode of Globe 10.0, Bob Ryan and Kevin Dupont debate whether it would be a mistake to let Jonathan Papelbon leave after this season. (By Alan Miller, Globe Staff)
Dale and Rob are back to discuss whether or not Jonathan Papelbon is the best closer in the game.
Highlight Video of Jonathan Papelbon, former pitcher at Mississippi State and current closer for the Boston Redsox.
studioumemories's webcam video August 7, 2011 10:05 PM
Jonathan Papelbon enters the game
August 2011 Entrance
Red Sox Nation welcoming closer Jonathan Papelbon against the Toronto Blue Jays on a rainy July 6th, 2011. This is also the first ever upload from my brand new HD camera. I wanted to see what it would be like on YouTube. Thanks.
BOSTON -- Prior to Monday's game with the Kansas City Royals, pitchers Josh Beckett, Daniel Bard and Jonathan Papelbon turned back the clock to spring training with some pitcher's fielding practice at Fenway Park. The trio took turns fielding balls back to them and firing to second base, as they would when fielding a bunt and trying to force the lead runner at second base. Beckett, Bard and Papelbon also took turns fielding soft grounders to either side of the mound and back to the box and throwing onto first base from various arm angles.
Jonathan Papelbon enters the Red Sox game at Fenway Park on 7/5/11
Two Red Sox players with some big question marks hanging over their heads heading into 2011 were fan-favorites Jacoby Elsbury and Jonathan Papelbon. Elsbury's injury-plagued 2010 and Papelbon's up-and-down (mostly down) previous two seasons warranted causes for concern for both of them, but they have rebounded this year, cementing themselves as key cogs in the machine of a team that the Sox currently are. Marc Normandin takes a look at both players and whether or not both will be sticking around for the long haul.
A great Boston Red Sox pitcher comes in to close the game up.
Paps intro to the game
Jonathan Papelbon joins host David Wells on The Cheap Seats with cameos from some of his fellow Red Sox.
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"Shipping Out To Boston" with Johnathon Papelbon during the Red Sox 2007 World Series Parade
Jonathan Papelbon pitching (slow motion)
Nick and jonathan have a debate to see which way to shave is better lol
Drew immitating Red Sox pitcher Jonathan Papelbon
letsgosox.blogspot.com Here's Jonathan Papelbon and his future wife in New York, desperately trying to get a cab. This is from September 10th, 2005, after the Red Sox-Yanks game in which Papelbon made his ninth major league appearance. Rebecca and I were hanging around the Red Sox' hotel that day. The adventures were originally documented (with pics from her digital camera) on Reb's blog here: rebsportspage.blogspot.com (Note: Nothing's cut out of the video--the cuts are from when I stopped recording at the time, so you're seeing everything I shot of Pap/Ashley.)
Jonathan Papelbon enters game in 9th to record his 2nd save of the 2011 season. New video intro using center field screen. Awesome. Red Sox beat Toronto Blue Jays 4-1 (3rd win of the season)
(Boston Globe) In this episode of Globe 10.0, Kevin Dupont and John Powers debate whether we take Jonathan Papelbon for granted. (By Alan Miller, Globe Staff)