Report: Yankees To Sign Hideki OkajimaFormer Red Sox reliever Hideki Okajima will sign a minor league deal with the Yankees, according to a report.
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Okajima Clears Waivers, Assigned To PawtucketRed Sox reliever Hideki Okajima has cleared waivers and accepted an assignment to Triple-A Pawtucket.
Red Sox Make Slew Of Roster Moves, Designate NavaThe Boston Red Sox were a busy team on Friday, making several roster moves.
Red Sox Sign Pitcher Millwood, Acquire Morales; Okajima Designated For AssignmentThe Boston Red Sox have made two moves that could help fill their injury-depleted pitching staff.
Red Sox Beat Twins 2-1 in 11 InningsPinch-runner Jose Iglesias raced around from first to score on close play at the plate on Carl Crawford's one-out double off the left-field wall in the bottom of the 11th inning, lifting the Boston Red Sox to a 2-1 win over the Minnesota Twins.
Drew Leading Off, Okajima Called UpThe Boston Red Sox have yet another lineup when they close out their four-game series with the Blue Jays at Fenway Park on Monday.
Red Sox Roster Moves A No BrainerRed Sox GM Theo Epstein announced the final two bullpen sports on Monday, finalizing the 25-man regular season roster. Dan Roche says both decisions were easy for one reason: Roster Management.
Red Sox Option Okajima, AcevesRed Sox General Manager Theo Epstein announced on Monday the team has optioned relievers Hideki Okajima and Alfredo Aceves to Triple-A Pawtucket while keeping Matt Albers and Dennys Reyes, The Boston Globes Peter Abraham reports.
Showtime For Red Sox Bullpen HopefulsRelievers hoping to make the Red Sox bullpen will have a couple different chances to show off their stuff as the team tries to decide who is in, and who is out of the pen.
Red Sox Bullpen: Tito's Tough DecisionsRed Sox Manager Terry Francona has a tough decision when it comes to the bullpen with just one week left until opening day.
Tigers Beat Red Sox, 8-3In a matchup of two of the American League's top young pitchers, neither Max Scherzer nor Clay Buchholz had his best stuff.