Despite the flurry of conjecture surmising where Jonathan Papelbon might land after he was granted his release by the Washington Nationals on Aug.
Jonathan Papelbon is expected to choose his new team among a reported several interested parties as soon as Wednesday.
A fast-talking, smooth-seguing reporter briefly confused Jonathan Papelbon into believing he had referred to the Washington Nationals closer as “Johnny Jonathan.
The Washington Nationals season ended with a thud after the preseason World Series contender failed to even reach the postseason.
Jonathan Papelbon’s brief tenure with the Washington Nationals came to an end when he went after Bryce Harper and locked his hands around the superstar’s neck during a dugout confrontatio
Washington Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo almost exactly echoed manager Matt Williams when he indicated there wasn’t much Bryce Harper could have done differently regarding his dugout ski
With a nightmarish season winding down and coming to a merciful end, Washington Nationals manager Matt Williams was asked some pointed questions Wednesday about his future with the organization and t
The Washington Nationals on Monday removed Jonathan Papelbon jerseys from the team store ahead of the team’s 2015 season home finale.
Major League Baseball on Friday announced that Washington Nationals reliever Jonathan Papelbon has been suspended three games and is subject to an undisclosed fine for “intentionally throwing i
Major League Baseball announced in a press release issued Wednesday that umpire Joe West has been suspended for one game without play for initiating contact with Jonathan Papelbon after he had ejecte
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Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Jonathan Papelbon has been known at times over his career for being something of a surly interview subject.
Big league closers, to a man, are notoriously rather strange fellows, prone to eccentricity and oddball behavior.
For some reason or another, Philadelphia Phillies closer Jonathan Papelbon decided to grant an interview to a radio station in his former stomping ground of Boston.
Get this: if it isn’t bad enough for Red Sox closer Jonathan Papelbon that he and his teammates have been reduced to spending the last several weeks of the season playing out the string with no