The son of Red Sox closer and ALCS MVP Koji Uehara, Kaz, once again gave an adorable postgame interview after the team clinched the World Series championship on Wednesday night at Fenway Park. And all he said were two words.
When Fox reporter Erin Andrews asked him how proud he was of his father, Kaz responded, "good."
Kaz was right. His father pitched 4.2 innings in the World Series without allowing a run and recorded two saves. Uehara finished the postseason with a .66 ERA, .51 WHIP, 16 strikeouts and seven saves.
When asked how hard he was going to celebrate Boston's third World Series title in a decade, Kaz said "crazy."
These Red Sox fans agreed.
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