Phillies’ Jonathan Papelbon Lists Boston Pad

After the 2011 season, Jonathan Papelbon signed with the Philadelphia Phillies after six years of striking out opponents with the Boston Red Sox. The all-star closer is officially cutting ties to Beantown by listing his family-friendly Back Bay penthouse for $3.1 million, reportsCurbed. Boston Red Sox fans take note: the World Series champ's home is less than two miles away from Fenway!

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After the 2011 season, Jonathan Papelbon signed with the Philadelphia Phillies after six years of striking out opponents with the Boston Red Sox. The all-star closer is officially cutting ties to Beantown by listing his family-friendly Back Bay penthouse for $3.1 million, reports Curbed. Boston Red Sox fans take note: the World Series champ's home is less than two miles away from Fenway!
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Papelbon and his wife, Ashley, purchased the home back in 2009 for $2.67 million during his glory-filled Red Sox days. Papelbon's soon-to-be former crib features this gourmet kitchen that comes equipped with high-end appliances, custom cabinetry, and copper fixtures.
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A sweeping look at the home's kitchen. The Back Bay spread measures about 2,500 square feet total.
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A view of the living room and dining room in the Papelbon household. Papelbon was a fan-favorite, in part due to his dominance as a closer--he holds the MLB record for most consecutive scoreless innings to start a postseason career (for those wondering, the number of scoreless innings is 26).
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The unit features four bedrooms total with hardwood floors throughout. Despite a successful and colorful run with the Red Sox (Papelbon celebrated clinching the AL East title in 2007 by doing an Irish step dance in the middle of Fenway), he signed a four-year contract worth a reported $50 million with the Phillies in November 2011. The closer stands to add a few more millions to his income if he fetches the full asking price of this sweet home.
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A view of the master bathroom, which is one of three bathrooms in the Boston pad.
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This kids room is decked out with (surprise, surprise) a Boston Red Sox theme. Check out the two Fenway-like seats--no word yet whether they are actually real or if they even come with the home, but now that Papelbon's no longer a Sox, he may throw those in for free, right?
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The unit comes with private parking, as well as an elevator that directly leads up to the two swanky decks.
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Those with kids looking to snatch up this home are in luck. By buying this family-friendly home, you'll be saving a few bucks on re-doing these kid-friendly rooms
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Papelbon raised some eye brows back in 2007 when he appeared on The Late Show with David Letterman and claimed that his dog, Boss, chewed up the ball that recorded the final out of the 2007 World Series. That doesn't seem all too odd considering SF Giants closer Brian Wilson admitted to keeping the 2010 World Series clinching ball in his Halloween cookie jar.
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The condo has only been on the market a handful of days, so fervent Sox fans better act quick if they want a home away from home in time for the season to begin.
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The home features an impressive two private rooftop decks, both of which are accessible via an elevator and include city views.
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With an outdoor hot tub and a sound system, we imagine Papelbon and fam must be a little sad to leave this abode.
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