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Relief pitcher Koji Uehara clinched Boston¯¯¯s victory as the first-ever Japanese hurler to put away a World Series. WSJ¯¯¯s George Nishiyama tells Michael Arnold about changes in Japanese baseball culture since trailblazer Hideo Nomo came to the U.S. Major Leagues in 1995.
|Boston¯¯¯s Unlikely Japanese Hero: Koji Uehara|
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