If there's one thing about this World Series to be thankful for, it's the the fact that Red Sox closer Koji Uehara and his son Kaz have been thrown into the national spotlight.
Koji Uehara's pickoff of Kolten Wong to close out Game 4 was the first game-ending pickoff in MLB postseason history. It was more fun to watch on FOX Deportes, too.
Does this count as dry humping or wet humping, factoring in the champagne? Either way, David Ortiz was clearly elated after the Red Sox beat the Rays in four games in the ALDS, and Koji Uehara looks happy too. Everybody's having a good time! [@CJZero]
Koji Uehara was, by any measure, the Red Sox's best relief pitcher this season. Indeed, only two Boston starters accumulated a higher WAR than Uehara, who finished the regular season with a 1.09 ERA in 74.1 innings pitched—mostly as the third-string closer after injuries to Joel Hanrahan and Andrew Bailey. While he…
Koji Uehara came on in the eighth inning and retired the White Sox in order. He was a little fired up when he returned to the dugout, where Shane Victorino got caught looking.