Wed, 08 Mar 2017 00:47:47 GMT

Chicago Tribune

Soon to be 42, Cubs reliever Koji Uehara says he has 2 years left in him
Chicago Tribune
In his first meeting with the American media this spring, Cubs reliever Koji Uehara bypassed his interpreter and answered in earnest — and in English — when asked how much longer he plans to pitch. "Two more years," the soon-to-be 42-year-old said ...
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Thu, 23 Feb 2017 13:33:49 GMT


Boston Red Sox made offer to Koji Uehara before Tyler Thornburg trade but 'wasn't to what he expected'
Manager John Farrell admitted the Red Sox will miss Koji Uehara who the team did try to re-sign this past offseason. "That's not to say we're not excited about the guys here," Farrell said. "But Koji's a proven late-inning reliever. A very good closer.
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Thu, 09 Mar 2017 05:46:03 GMT

Chicago Sun-Times

Uehara ready to show Cubs he has lots of high-fives left in tank
Chicago Sun-Times
MESA, Ariz. — Now that backup catcher David Ross has retired to dance with the stars, the oldest guy on the Cubs' roster is right-handed reliever Koji Uehara, who seemed to set the stage this week for what could be a major-league record retirement tour.