11:10 PM EDT, Thu August 25, 2016
#19 | RP / P
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 Aug 16, 2016
Boston Red Sox reliever Koji Uehara, who has not pitched in a game since suffering a pectoral strain July 19, threw long toss at 150 feet Monday.
Redleg Nation Aug 12, 2016
First game of three against the Brewers, who promote a problematic anti-woman culture by staging races between giant sausages in their own stadium. Also Jay Bruce is currently 6 for 35 since being banished to raise his infant child in the horrors of New York City. This is what happens when you leave Ohio. THIS …
Braves Journal Aug 12, 2016
So the bad news is, Alabama lost its Heisman Trophy running back, its senior quarterback, its most freakishly athletic defensive lineman, its Rimington Trophy center, its Butkus Award-finalist defensive captain, and its defensive coordinator from the 2015 national championship team. The good news is, the Crimson Tide have clear successors who shouldn’t miss a beat […]
The Republican Aug 12, 2016
BOSTON -- Boston Red Sox reliever Koji Uehara has been throwing for "a little more than a couple days" as he makes his way back from a strained right pectoral muscle. Uehara last pitched for the Red Sox on July...
Viva El Birdos Aug 12, 2016
...at least it wasn't a shutout? Cards lose to Cubs 13-2 A wet game at Wrigley surprisingly starts on time with Adam Wainwright and Jake Arrieta pitching. Lineup: Before the game, licensed psychiatrist Joe Maddon provided the following details on how he thought the game would shake out after Holliday was sent to the DL after being hit yesterday: Maddon was asked if he expects any retaliation after Holliday was hit and broke his thumb yesterday pic.twitter.com/Unp4hxI8FH — Sahadev Sharma (@sahadevsharma) August 12, 2016 1st Inning: Cardinals went 1-2-3, as Arrieta...
The Republican Aug 3, 2016
Koji Uehara, who the Boston Red Sox placed on the 15-day disabled list with a right pectoral strain and who had a PRP injection July 22, has not thrown yet.
Fenway Nation Jul 29, 2016
As soon as it happened, we knew disaster was looming—and we said so right here. Basically, we stated that the injury "could be long and nasty—especially when happening to an over-worked 40-year old" (not to mentioned the ineptitude of the team's medical staff). Now, even the Red Sox have to acknowledge that Koji Uehara is likely done for the season. The pectoral muscle injury that happened on July 19th wasn't just a minor tweak, it's probably a tear and might even end his career. Said manager John Farrell last night, "At this point, that’s an unknown, his return date." Uh-huh.
Full Count | WEEI Jul 28, 2016
It makes sense for the Red Sox to ask about Wade Davis. The 30-year-old closer is actually what the Sox need, another game-ender to go along with Brad Ziegler and Craig Kimbrel. (We still can’t really target a return date for Koji Uehara.) Davis has been dominating once again this season, managing a 1.60 ERA […]
Full Count | WEEI Jul 26, 2016
A pectoral strain is extremely rare for a baseball player to suffer, which is why it’s hard to have an idea of what Red Sox reliever Koji Uehara is going through and what a realistic timetable for his return might be. Although it was two years ago, Tigers starter Anibal Sanchez suffered the same injury […]
The Republican Jul 25, 2016
Boston Red Sox President of Baseball Operations Dave Dombrowski called reliever Koji Uehara's strained pectoral injury 'unusual' on Monday, noting that the strain is not easily compared to others because of it's rarity. "I think the unusual situation is such that the...