Gag Job! Red Sox Chokajima in Baltimore!

Gag Job!

Eric Gagne of the Red Sox hands the ball to Manager Terry Francona after giving up 4 runs in the eighth inning against the Baltimore Orioles at Camden Yards August 10, 2007 in Baltimore, Maryland.

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Sox Chokajima!

Red Sox relief pitcher Hideki Okajima (R) and designated hitter David Ortiz leave the dugout after losing to the Baltimore Orioles in their MLB American League baseball game in Baltimore, Maryland August 10, 2007. Okajimi was the losing pitcher in the game.

(Reuters Photo)

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"I'm not doing my job right now. The last four games have been horrible. I've got to step it up and do my job and get people out. There's no excuse. It's the same, the adrenalin has been there, everything has been there. I'm just not making my pitches." -- 8.10.07, Not Jermaine Dye ... the Other Guy

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NY Post:

How Mariano Rivera has influenced Yankees' top pick > Why starting rotation could be a big Yankees' strength

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