CHICAGO -- The news that both Koji Uehara and Dustin Pedroia were not as injured as first feared and would escape stints on the disabled list constitute the most positive developments the Red Sox
The Red Sox have gotten a little bit of good news regarding Koji Uehara.
NEW YORK - The news was better than expected on Koji Uehara, who took part in a long-toss session in the outfield Sunday afternoon to test the stiffness he experienced in his right shoulder Friday
In his first two starts, John Lackey was sharp, poised, in control.
"He had pitched very well in those first two outings," says CSNNE Red Sox Insider Sean McAdam.