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Koji Uehara Rumors & News
- Bats: R
- Throws: R
- Height: 6' 2"
- Weight: 195
- Age 41
- Seasons: 7
- Salary: 9,000,000
- Birthplace: Osaka, Japan
- College: None
The Republican 8 hours ago
The Red Sox are hopeful Koji Uehra returns by the end of the season.
Boston Red Sox's Mookie Betts didn't come out for the top of the fifth inning. He was replaced in right field by Michael Martinez. He went 1-for-2 with a homer.
Boston Red Sox's Mookie Betts has led off a game with a homer five times this year and seven times during his career. Rickey Henderson holds the MLB record (81).
Boston Red Sox star prospect Andrew Benintendi, the No. 7 overall selection in the 2015 draft, is playing left field for Double-A Portland tonight.
Boston Red Sox reliever Koji Uehara, who the Red Sox placed on the disabled list with a right pectoral strain, had a PRP injection today (Friday).
Full Count | WEEI Jul 22, 2016
If you were expected Koji Uehara to return from the disabled list after the 15 days, think again. Manager John Farrell said the reliever received a PRP injection on Friday, which suggests he will be out an extended period of time. Uehara was placed on the 15-day disabled list on Wednesday with a right pectoral […]
CSN New England Jul 21, 2016
BOSTON -- When the Red Sox placed Koji Uehara on the disabled list Wednesday, it was with the acknowledgement that the veteran reliever would be
Fenway Nation Jul 21, 2016
While there is the typical confusion over a Red Sox medical diagnosis, the consensus seems to be that Koji Uehara will be sidelined at least a month with what is now being called a "torn" pectoral muscle. First, manager John Farrell said there was no timetable for Koji's return, then the pitcher tweeted that he'd be out a month. So, in a crucial period when Boston will be almost constantly on the road, they will be without two closers. Yikes.
The Republican Jul 21, 2016
Late Wednesday night, Koji Uehara gave an update on his injury via his Twitter account, saying that he had a mild muscle strain and that he estimated that he'd return in a month.
Over the Monster Jul 21, 2016
Today’s links look at John Farrell’s responsibility with this bullpen, Drew Pomeranz’ knucklecurve, and a couple of outfielders in Greenville. Drew Pomeranz’ Red Sox debut wasn’t great, but the trade to acquire him was still a good move. (Brett Cowett; BP Boston) John Tomase explains Pomeranz’ knucklecurve, which has basically no similarities to a knuckleball. (John Tomase; WEEI) With Koji Uehara now on the shelf, Boston may need to turn back to the trade market for some bullpen help. (Sean McAdam; CSN New England) For now, though, John Farrell holds to keys for an...
The Republican Jul 20, 2016
Boston Red Sox reliever Koji Uehara had an MRI on Wednesday, which confirmed the diagnosis of a right pectoral strain.
Things don’t appear all that great for Koji Uehara. After being placed on the 15-day disabled list with a right pectoral strain earlier in the day on Wednesday, the 41-year-old had an MRI, which confirmed the is a strain, but there’s some uncertainty on the significance of the injury. “At the time of the injury […]
Red Sox manager John Farrell visited with Dale & Holley with Thornton to provide an update on Koji Uehara and discuss other team news. To listen to the interview, go to the D&H audio on demand page. Farrell said Uehara was going through an MRI on Wednesday afternoon and that the Red Sox will have […]
The Red Sox are dealing with another injury to their bullpen. On Wednesday, Koji Uehara was placed on the 15-day disabled listed with a right pectoral strain and right-hander Noe Ramirez was recalled for the sixth time this season. Many wondered why it wasn’t Joe Kelly given his recent transition to the bullpen and throwing […]
The Republican Jul 20, 2016
Drew Pomeranz, who will make his Boston Red Sox debut today at Fenway Park, already has started three times this season vs. the San Francisco Giants.
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