Koji Uehara’s Son Has The Best Post Game Interview Ever After The World Series (Video)

Koji Uehara’s Son Has The Best Post Game Interview Ever After The World Series (Video)
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The Boston Red Sox are world champions thanks to guys like David Ortiz and Dustin Pedroia, but it was Japanese sensation Koji Uehara who sealed the deal with a ninth inning strikeout to close the game.

Koji admitted earlier on in the series that he was so nervous that he wanted to throw up during a post game interview with Erin Andrews. However, after winning game six he felt more like crying than projectile vomitting. This was all articulated through his translator of course.

But once again, the show was stolen from another member of the Red Sox family. Koji’s son (who speaks English) answered a couple questions for Erin. The results? Just about the greatest post World Series interview we’ve ever heard.

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