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Hideki Okajima's scoreless streak ended at 20 2/3 innings, but he limited the Yankees' damage to one run in the eighth. Hideki Okajima's scoreless streak ended at 20 2/3 innings, but he limited the Yankees' damage to one run in the eighth. (RAY STUBBLEBINE/REUTERS)
By Gordon Edes
Globe Staff / May 23, 2007

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It's a tossup who's bigger, rookie second baseman Dustin Pedroia or assistant athletic trainer Mike Reinold , who mostly goes unseen by the public but already has played a major role for the Red Sox this season. (Full article: 1203 words)

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