jonathan papelbon

Attention all schadenfreude enthusiasts, it's time to take a look back and see who really shined in this year's public relations blunders, bloopers and boners (trademark pending).
"It needed to be done," one MLB player reportedly said.
"The whole thing started because the fans booed him and he made an obscene gesture," West said after the game, via The Boston
Phillies closer Jonathan Papelbon has some interesting taste when it comes to Christmas sweaters. Check out the photo his
Before the Phillies' eighth straight loss on Sunday putting them at seven games under .500, the five-time All-Star suggested
As the season enters that delicate time between the All Star Break and the trade deadline, it is clear that the Phillies as sellers makes about as much sense as a sand-flavored ice cream sandwich.
Just hours later, the 22 year-old Cuban had a three-hit game that included a 451-foot solo home run. It was his fifteenth
"You know, the Phillies did a thing the other day here for us and Opening Day where we walked through the crowd," he said
Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano drove in the tying run in the bottom of the ninth after Papelbon walked Alex Rodriguez
Shaq becomes the 5th NBA player to reach 28,000 points. Shaq said if he didn't miss so many free throws he'd be at 30,000 by now.
I have yet to make the acquaintance of a Boston sports fan who, having witnessed six championships in a little more than six years, is capable of sitting back and saying, "OK, I'm good."
Congratulations to the Pittsburgh Pirates. By losing yesterday they officially set the record. 17 straight losing seasons. Nobody, in any major sport, has done it better.
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