Koji Uehara retired the final five Detroit batters to clinch Boston’s 4-3 win in Game 5 of the American League Championship. It was the third time this postseason that Uehara had to work 1+ innings and closing out the Tigers was especially important because the top of the Tigers’ lineup was looming. So many emotions. So much relief. Someone needed to hold Koji Uehara. Hold him tight and never let go. Thank you, David Ross.
No love lost, no love found.
Plenty joy and sorrow to go around for Kobe fans this season.
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Tough (fun?) week for sports fans: Monday Night Football, World Series, World Series, Thursday Night football.
“You know I love it.” – Erin Andrews
Cousins wasn’t very good and was the 10th highest scoring QB while he played. The opportunity is there.