Found July 10, 2013 on FenwayNation:
PLAYERS: Koji Uehara
TEAMS: Boston Red Sox
Apparently, Red Sox Nation is not all that enthused about helping Koji Uehara get into the All-Star game. Maybe it was his role in last Saturday's Nightmare On LaLa Street, or maybe they'd rather the Carmine Hose trade for a real closer. In an event, Uehara has dropped from second to fourth place in the most recent tally of fan voting for the final ASG spot. If you like him, you'd better vote quickly! You can still do that HERE.
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