Koji Uehara

Boston Red Sox #19 - Relief Pitcher

  • Born: 04/03/75
  • Age: 39
  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 190
  • Bats/Throws: R/R
Year Team G GS W L SV CG SHO IP H R ER HR BB K ERA WHIP
2014 Red Sox 6 0 0 0 3 0 0 6.0 4 0 0 0 0 8 0.00 .67

Daily Red Sox Links: Victorino, Uehara, Lester

Today's links look at Edward Mujica taking over closing duties, Xander Bogaerts' boyhood idol, and the Jon Lester contract negotiations.

Daily Red Sox Links: Pierzynski, Uehara, Bradley

Today's links look at the best lineup combinations for the Red Sox, Clay Buchholz's rough start to the year, and Craig Breslow's return to Boston.

Daily Red Sox Links: Middlebrooks, Cordero, Uehara

Today's links look at who fills the final spot in the bullpen, where the Red Sox will be on April 1st, and an unheralded minor-league pitcher making a name for himself.

Daily Red Sox Links: Uehara, Cecchini, Britton

Today's links include stories on Koji Uehara's Monday, Garin Cecchini's baseball acumen, and a friendship between Drake Britton and a former Red Sox farmhand.

Daily Red Sox Links: Uehara, Middlebrooks, Lester

Today's links look at Koji's chances of repeating 2013, next year's free agent starting pitchers, and an interesting participant in Texas' spring training.

Koji Uehara's second-half dominance

From July through the end of October, Red Sox closer Koji Uehara dazzled the American League, compiling a 0.58 FIP and a 0.313 WHIP. What changes did Uehara make over the course of 2013 that explain his otherworldly success?

Reliever hidden perfect games

Perfect games are one of the most celebrated achievements in baseball. So, why don't we praise relievers that retire 27 or more consecutive hitters in the same way?

The surprise team of 2014

Going back to 2013 to look ahead. Spoiler: who knows.

Masahiro Tanaka narrows search for an agent

Masahiro Tanaka narrows his search for an agent as the Rakuten Golden Eagles deliberate whether or not to post him

The Dodgers, the Red Sox, and paying for relievers

The Dodgers gave Brian Wilson an expensive one-year deal, while the Red Sox signed Edward Mujica to a far more sensible two-year contract. What do these deals tell us about the two franchises differing attitudes toward roster construction?

Daily Red Sox Links: Farrell, Francona, Uehara

Today's links look at yesterday's Manager of the Year results, why the Red Sox free agents rejected the qualifying offers that were extended to them, and how contracts could be changing around the league.

Chemistry? Sure, but Red Sox loaded with talent

Chemistry means little if the team isn't any good, and this Red Sox team was great.

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