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Kenta Maeda's drive, durability translate to Dodger victories

There isn’t an English equivalent for the Japanese word mikaesu, at least not in the context it was used recently by Dodgers right-hander Kenta Maeda. Literally translated, it means look or stare back. In feeling, it’s closer to “I’ll show them.” Maeda, 28, was talking about what drove him this...
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