Okajimania Continues!

Okajimania Continues!

Boston Red Sox lefthanded pitcher Hideki Okajima of Japan talks to members of the media at the team's Player Development Complex in Fort Myers, Florida February 15, 2007. Pitchers and catchers report to spring training camp February 16 and have their first workout the next day.

(Reuters Photo)

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Boston Herald:

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