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Papelbon is Papelgone.

What the frick, Red Sox?

This means no more Papface.

No more Papjig.


He’s leaving us, see, for the SANDWICHES.

Seriously, Paps. I bet you could have found a sandwich in the dugout underneath all the KFC bags.



I am never, ever, ever leaving town again.



I am most upset about this. I need some time to process my emotions. And… the candy at the office today is… CIRCUS PEANUTS??? What the frick?

PS- You know what hurts worse than watching your ex move on?

When your ex moves on with your best friend.

This is a TERRIBLE day in sports.

  1. FireDannyAinge
    November 11, 2011 at 4:52 pm

    We always knew he was leaving. He only cares about himself and his money.

    Looks like no one else wanted him for this money.

    Just remember what he did for us this year against Baltimore. Or last year of the year before. The year before that he was fine (if my math is correct)

    NO ONE has any loyalty anymore and Papelbon never had any .

    Good riddance. If they don’t want to be here than we don’t want them here. it’s called rooting for the shirt. I am done liking any player. They have no loyalty neither do I.

  2. November 11, 2011 at 6:17 pm

    Here’s hoping Bard or someone else can step up and fill the role of closer. The Phillies got themselves one heckuva closer.


  3. November 11, 2011 at 7:20 pm

    You had to know he was gone, the way he was talking his whole career. The Sox were NOT going to set a record for a closer’s contract. That was a LOT of money. Hopefully Ben puts the $50 million he saved to good use.

  4. FireDannyAinge
    November 11, 2011 at 9:27 pm

    Gotta love the news. The headline was something like Papelbon bails on bean town. Classic stuff there channel 7.

  5. November 14, 2011 at 10:16 am

    The Phillies don’t need a high-priced, psycho closer. They need batters. Clutch, professional batters. I am not pleased. Maybe there is more money being printed in the basement at Citizens Bank Park but you may have noticed we don’t lose playoff games because of pitching. Boo.

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