New closers keep coming to Boston while the Yankees haven't had to change in 16 years.After losing six-year closer Jonathan Papelbon to free agency (Phillies, $50 million, 4 years with vesting option), the Red Sox weren't quite set on plugging in flamethrower Daniel Bard as the full-time closer. So they added Mark Melancon, as noted earlier today, saying he would be in the mix for the job after a strong 2011 with Houston. Just minutes ago, the Red Sox acquired Andrew Bailey, the Athletics' All-Star closer.In addition to Bailey, the Red Sox get Ryan Sweeney in exchange for right fielder Josh Reddick, Miles Head, a 20-year-old 3B, and Raul Alcantera, a 19-year-old pitcher, according to Buster Olney,who first reported the news.Obviously the Red Sox haven't declared any roles yet, but it...

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