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Okajima has been blowing his inheritance

Hideki Okajima had reason to sweat after surrendering a descive grand slam to Jay Payton, the latest of the lefty's woes. Hideki Okajima had reason to sweat after surrendering a descive grand slam to Jay Payton, the latest of the lefty's woes. (Joe Giza/Reuters)
By Nick Cafardo
Globe Staff / May 15, 2008

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Hideki Okajima might as well leave his interpreter behind, because after yesterday's 6-3 loss to the Orioles, in which the lefthanded reliever allowed a seventh-inning grand slam to Jay Payton, he couldn't muster a word of explanation. (Full article: 986 words)

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