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August 15, 2016 - Super Smash Bros
The Cubs have been rumored to have seductiveness in giveaway representative reliever Jonathan Papelbon. The Nationals expelled a right-hander on Saturday after he put adult a unsatisfactory 4.37 ERA in 35 innings of work, forcing them to trade for All-Star closer Mark Melancon.
Papelbon also has a contemptible story of bad behavior, that includes throwing during Manny Machado‘s conduct and choking Bryce Harper in a Nationals’ cave final year, as good as crotch-chopping in a instruction of the home throng in Philadelphia in 2014. Papelbon has also been famous to watch pornography and play repulsive politically-themed music in a clubhouse.
Nevertheless, Cubs starter Jon Lester, who was a teammate of Papelbon’s on a Red Sox from 2006-11, would be totally excellent if his stream group were to move in a oft-troubled reliever, ESPN’s Jesse Rogers reports.
Lester said, “[Papelbon] is crazy. But he’s no crazier than a rest of us. He only gets a bad swat for what happened in a dugout. Knowing Papelbon, I’ve always had good things to contend about him as a teammate, how he respects a diversion and how he goes about his business.”
Lester continued, “People are discerning to burst to a conclusions formed on one event. I consider he’s a good teammate. Like we said, we don’t consider he’s any crazier that a rest of us. we consider he still has a lot to give.”