How World Series Pitcher Koji Uehara Communicates Without A Common Language

Oct 28, 2013
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English is not necessary if you speak baseball.

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He may not speak English fluently, but Koji Uehara doesn't need English to be fluent in the language of baseball. It's as easy as: A, B, C. Or, rather make that: one, two, three. "One finger is a fast ball; sometimes that index finger'll get swirled, that'll mean a two seam fastball; sometimes there'll be a sharp knifing motion, that means cut fastball.

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