The morning after Jonathan Papelbon is traded you won't need to read his scathing comments about the atmosphere surrounding the current Phillies. He's already been quoted on the subject on numerous occasions.
Papelbon signed with the Phils because of the outrageous amount of money they handed him. Every other consideration was secondary. He'd already won a World Series. He'd been named an All Star. So let's dispense with all the BS about winning. He was in it for the money. Oh, sure, it's a drag to lose, especially with the frequency of these Phillies, but Papelbon's failure to see the direction the team he signed in was heading is consistent with his overall lack of insight. Pap, as my mother-in-law used to say "isn't overburdened".
So, good riddance to you, Papelbon. No one is going to miss you.