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Verrill Dana Attorney Negotiates Contract for Former Red Sox Pitcher Okajima
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David S. Abramson
San Francisco, CA (2/11/2013)
Verrill Dana attorney and Major League Baseball Players Association Certified Player Agent David Abramson and his client, former Red Sox pitcher Hideki Okajima, agreed to a split contract with the Oakland Athletics on Monday, February 10. The 37-year old pitcher spent last season pitching in Japan after playing for the Boston Red Sox from 2007-11, and being released by the New York Yankees prior to the 2012 season. “I’m very happy to be back, very happy to come back with Oakland,” said Okajima.
“This is a wonderful opportunity for the Oakland Athletics and a pitcher of Hideki Okajima's stature. After a misdiagnosis of an issue with his shoulder, Hideki is looking to continue with the phenomenal successes he enjoyed last year with the Oakland A's"
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