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The St. Louis Cardinals NLDS celebration may have started off slow but things picked up in the locker room and TBS cameras were the victim of champagne attacking their lens in slow motion. This is one of the coolest images of seen in a locker room celebration, well except that time David Ortiz tried to impregnate Koji Uehara. The post Watch The St. Louis Cardinals Spray Champagne In Slow Motion appeared first on Ride The Pine.
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Koji Uehara is human. He’s also a ninja.
OK, maybe only one of those is true. But Clay Buchholz revealed Sunday — before Uehara suffered a Game 3 loss Monday that had his teammates saying that he’s only human — that the Red Sox have a unique nickname for the Japanese closer.
“We call him ‘The Ninja,’” Buchholz said Sunday. “He throws two pitches and it always seems...
The Boston Red Sox are one of the wilder teams in baseball. After they beat the Tampa Bay Rays 3-1 in Game 4 of the ALDS to clinch a berth into the ALCS, you knew they would be partying hard. But nobody was prepared for the scene we saw inside the clubhouse. Reliever Koji Uehara […]
There was champagne popping, major league ballplayers cheering and what looked like like a lap-dance in the middle of it all down in Tampa last night. A scene at the notorious Mons Venus strip club? Nope. It was actually the Boston Red Sox cutting loose after defeating the Tampa Bay Rays in four games in the ALDS.
David Ortiz was so happy he even hoisted Koji Uehara and took him...
Evan Longoria hit a walk-off home run on the final day of the 2011 regular season to crush the Red Sox’ playoff hopes. Two years later, Koji Uehara struck out Longoria to finish off the Rays in the ALDS and punch the Red Sox’ ticket to the 2013 ALCS.
Uehara’s series-ending strikeout wasn’t before four hard-fought games between Boston and Tampa Bay. The Red Sox jumped out...
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Their lineup led the majors in runs scored, the defense was second in defensive efficiency and their starters were experienced and dependable. If the team was vulnerable, the thinking went...
Things just got a lot more interesting.
The Red Sox entered Monday’s Game 3 in Tampa Bay with a 2-0 series lead. Then, they jumped out to a 3-0 lead on the scoreboard with Clay Buchholz toeing the rubber. Everything was looking up for those in the Boston dugout. The only problem was that the Rays were in the opposing dugout.
The Rays have fought tooth and nail just to get into...
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He might be hard to see in the Red Sox clubhouse as a Ninja is a master at hiding, but he is there.
Lean on in and listen close.
It all started with a comment during an interview yesterday with Clay Buchholz.
He was talking about how effective Koji Uehara has been saying, "It's been crazy to watch all season how he can go out there...
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One second, we’re all, “Stop the
playoffs and just give ’em the trophy.” And the next, Jose Lobaton unloads on
Koji Uehara and suddenly the American League Division Series is anybody’s...
What happens if they win the ALCS? Over the pants hand-job?
David Ortiz and closer Koji Uehara had a very aggressive/sexual way to celebrate their 2013 ALDS victory over the Tampa Bay Rays.
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3:09 p.m.: You’ve got to have amnesia as a big league closer. Koji Uehara must put Monday’s wild finish out of his mind right away.
The talk surrounding Uehara after Monday’s loss, during which he surrendered a walk-off home run to Jose Lobaton, was that the Red Sox closer is only human. While that’s certainly the case — I, for one, agree that he was born on planet earth...
The reality of Jose Lobaton‘s walk-off home run is that we don’t know what it’s going to mean yet. This is going to depend in large part on series context, on how the rest of the series goes, and if the Rays still lose to the Red Sox, Lobaton won’t be remembered forever. He’ll forever be a part of Rays history, but the next couple games will determine whether or not he...
Rays 5, Red Sox 4. With AP Photos By MARK DIDTLER Associated Press Boston closer Koji Uehara had been virtually untouchable the past three months.
Jose Lobaton changed that with one swing.
Lobaton hit a solo home run with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning off Uehara into the giant fish tank beyond the center-field wall, and the Tampa Bay Rays staved off elimination once...
The Tampa Bay Rays were against the ropes in game 3 of ALDS, but they found a way to escape and live to see another day, as they defeated the Red Sox 5-4 at Tropicana Field. After the Red Sox tied up the game in the top of the 9th, closer, Koji Uehara, came in and got 2 quick out before giving up a monster blast to Jose Lobaton, that sent the Rays “fans” home happy.
Now that the Sox are barrelling their way through the postseason, it’s getting to be the time for awards. No matter what team wins, there’ll be an ALCS MVP and a World Series MVP. So who are all the MVPs on the Red Sox?
This one is a little tricky for me. If we’re talking regular season, I’m going to have to go with David Ortiz....