Jonathan Papelbon, the all-time Red Sox leader in saves who left after last season for the Phillies (just in time, apparently), has sold his 4-BR, 3-BA penthouse at 273 Beacon Street. The sales price appears to be around $3 million; it was listed in January for $3,100,000. The 2,500-square-foot spread has what you'd expect for Back Bay luxury: high ceilings, top-shelf appliances, custom cabinetry, an outdoor hot tub, two decks, private parking and direct elevator access. It also had, at least when Papelbon listed it, two seats from Fenway. We presume the pitcher is celebrating the sale with two Bud tallboys. Cheers.