that day without papel-news was harsh, yo"This was fun for me," the 25-year-old righty said. "Things don't get much better than coming into Yankee Stadium, into a hostile environment and winning a series like this."
That's right, crazy hostility junkies make the best closers. Apparently. A whole article all about Papelbon from The New York Post here.
"Dreams are made of these games," Papelbon said.
Last night's AP game recap here.
Really, any game that starts with Matsui breaking his wrist is
Oh, and don't forget the Globe game recap as well as their look at the bull pen's performance last night here.
"I knew I had to stay focused," said Papelbon. "I didn't want to get ahead of myself.
"I executed my pitch and stayed within myself."
Please to note that this article, while it does discuss Papelbon, is especially good on Mike Timlin content. If you care about that kind of thing, which I can assure you, around here we do.