Playing the Sox is weird for Pap . . . but not for Cinco

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Playing the Sox is weird for Pap . . . but not for Cinco

Phillies closer Jonathan Papelbon and his alter ego Cinco Ocho will face their former team, the Boston Red Sox, this weekend at Citizens Bank Park. Pap and his pal "Cinco" talked to WEEI.com's Rob Bradford the other day, and things got a bit convoluted as to just who Bradford was talking to.

It wont be weird, Papelbon said. It might be a little weird for Pap, but it wont be weird for Cinco. Cinco is like a Great White, when he smells blood he attacks.But what about the way things ended in Boston last season?

Cinco dont feel bad. Cincos gutless. He dont feel bad for people. Pap felt bad. I didnt feel bad for some of the players. It was more that I missed some of the guys.

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Tomase: Farrell saved by a good team, not horrible schedule

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Tomase: Farrell saved by a good team, not horrible schedule

John Tomase joins Sports Tonight to give his opinion on whether John Farrell has earned more job security after the Sox lead the A.L. East after 25 games.