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Another outing of great import

Okajima stymies the Yankees again

Hideki Okajima continues to deliver against the Yankees. In his five innings against the Bombers, he's struck out seven. Hideki Okajima continues to deliver against the Yankees. In his five innings against the Bombers, he's struck out seven. (JIM DAVIS/GLOBE STAFF)
By Amalie Benjamin
Globe Staff / April 30, 2007

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NEW YORK -- If performance against the Yankees is a barometer of success for each Red Sox player -- from the ace down to the last man off the bench -- then an amazing thing has taken place. Hideki Okajima has become more valuable, or at least has pitched better, than his more heralded countryman, Daisuke Matsuzaka. (Full article: 702 words)

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