Yep! Wished we signed him long term because he's been unreal.
Eh, signing aging relievers to multi year deals in a high pressure market isn't exactly a smart investment strategy. In this case it would have worked, since Uehara has been nothing short of amazing, but in general IDK if I would condone giving guys like Uehara more than one or two years.
the best was the last start he made last year against the jays.
1.2 innings, 6 walks, 2 hbp and left with the bases loaded and the stupid jays fans booed him off the mound. he literally gave them the game and they booed him off the mound. they should have given him a tim horton's donut stick or whateverthe**** they do up there.
manny made me happy when he was here. as would most players who put up a .312/.411/.588 line in eight years. i was sorry to see him go because he's one of the best players i've ever seen in person and it was awesome when he played for my team.