// Koji Uehara

What should the Red Sox do with Alfredo Aceves?

When Red Sox hired John Farrell, the first thought was forgetting the Bobby Valentine drama and the 2012 season and focusing on getting back on track for the 2013 season. Farrell is a perfect choice to manage the Red Sox, an organization hoping to move on from past troubles. But for those thinking that firing […]

2013 Red Sox Bullpen Breakdown

In 2012, the Red Sox bullpen was a disaster.  After the injury to Andrew Bailey in spring training, Alfredo Aceves became the closer and ended up leading the American League in blown saves.  The team blew 22 saves all together, which was tied for 3rd worst in MLB.  The closer in waiting was supposed to be Daniel Bard, who decided he wanted to be a starter instead.  That did […]

Why the Red Sox Should Have Never Offered Jacoby Ellsbury for Cliff Lee

So far in the Winter Meetings, the Red Sox have been aggressive with the signings of Mike Napoli, Shane Victorino, and Koji Uehara. Still, one of the biggest topics is Jacoby Ellsbury, who remains with the team, for now. When the Sox signed Victorino, questions surfaced of what the Sox will do with Ellsbury. The latest […]

Red Sox to Sign Koji Uehara

The Red Sox have just strengthened an already solid bullpen by adding another quality right-hander in Japanese reliever Koji Uehara.  Uehara is going to be 38 years old on April 3rd and some may be cautious about adding such an old pitcher.  The good news is, the deal is only for one year and that […]

Red Sox Trade Rumors: Bailey, Quentin, Danks, Uehara

It’s the winter meetings, and as usual, the Red Sox are extremely busy working the phones. With the help of MLBTR, Twitter, and other resources, here’s the latest going on with the Red Sox on the trade market… Andrew Bailey The Red Sox are in discussions with the A’s about closer Andrew Bailey. In some […]

Scutaro Error Proves Costly as Red Sox Fall to Orioles

Marco Scutaro’s throw sailed into right field. Boston’s playoff hopes may have sailed away with it. Scutaro’s two-base error on a throw to second base in the third inning allowed the winning run to come home in the Baltimore Orioles’ 5-2 victory over the Boston Red Sox. Tuesday night at Camden Yards, the Orioles struck […]