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April 11, 2008



"When you're a good actor, you don't need lines."

Beautiful! :-)


in seriousness? we all know how effective papelbon's facial expression can be. i actually think he has a point there--but it's not acting, it's just his particular ability to register emotion. at the opposite end of the spectrum would be, say, jd drew.


Well, Old JD can be as blank-faced as he likes, providing he keeps on hitting....


I've just discovered that Josh Beckett is writing the foreward to Lowell's book (co-written with Rob Bradford). This tri-awesomeness is just extraordiary.

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"After the Sox gang-banged Bazardo..."

And now the nightmares begin.

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And speaking of Papelbon, for those who actually stuck through the hours-long rain delay, that was one hell of a job by our closer tonight.

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