Red Sox manager John Farrell didn't have much of a choice but to remove Andrew Bailey as the closer after he blew a pair of saves last week.
Closing in Bailey's place, for now, will be Koji Uehara. The 38-year old righty has a 2.10 ERA in 30 innings pitched this season, and the crew on The Baseball Show was skeptical of the decision to name him the closer. Alex Speier thinks that the Red Sox don't have a true closer and pegging Uehara for that role is just a technicality.
"I think it reflects the fact that they don't know who the obvious choice is," Speier said. "They aren't ready to anoint any given person."
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