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Stuck in a batting slump all week, the New York Mets seemed unlikely to even get a hit. Scoring? That looked downright impossible.
Minus closer Jonathan Papelbon, the Philadelphia Phillies ran into all sorts of problems trying to protect a three-run lead with three outs to go.
Jonathan Papelbon thought he had induced a double-play grounder to clinch a victory for the Philadelphia Phillies.
Andrew McCutchen spun out of the batter's box, buzzed by a fastball from Jonathan Papelbon. Moments later, a Philadelphia hitter paid the price - he got drilled in the back.
Jonathan Papelbon wants to be a more positive influence in his third season with the Philadelphia Phillies.
After two seasons with Jonathan Papelbon as their closer, the Philadelphia Phillies are trying to trade him.
Ruben Amaro and other GMs in similar situations — non-contending clubs with high-priced veterans — have to make a tough decision before July 31. Will they be buyers or sellers at the trade deadline?
Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Jonathan Papelbon, a World Series-winning right-hander with the Boston Red Sox in 2007, stole headlines Thursday — not for his earned run average, but rather for his political views.
From the world of sport to finance, people are taking a moment to reflect on the tragedy that befell the Boston Marathon on Monday.