Koji Uehara earned a save with a scoreless ninth in his return to the mound Thursday against the White Sox.
Koji Uehara (shoulder) threw a 34-pitch bullpen session Wednesday and came out of it fine.
Koji Uehara (shoulder) is on track to be available out of the Red Sox' bullpen on Thursday.
Tests on Koji Uehara's right shoulder have confirmed that he has no structural damage.
Koji Uehara (shoulder) is expected to rejoin the Red Sox on Tuesday after undergoing further tests in Boston on Monday.
Koji Uehara (shoulder) was able to play catch and throw some pitches off flat ground on Sunday without any issues.
Koji Uehara (shoulder) will attempt to long toss on Sunday, but could inevitably return to Boston for further tests on Monday.
Red Sox manager John Farrell said he'll likely stay away from using Koji Uehara on Saturday and then see how he feels on Sunday.
Koji Uehara is considered day-to-day with minor stiffness in his right shoulder.
Koji Uehara wasn't used in a save situation in Friday's win over the Yankees as he's dealing with minor stiffness in his shoulder.
Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington confirmed Saturday that Koji Uehara will begin the 2014 season as the team's closer.
Koji Uehara closed the door on the Cardinals in Game 4 of the World Series on Sunday, preserving a two-run advantage and evening the series at two games apiece.
Red Sox skipper John Farrell said Sunday that Koji Uehara is available for more than an inning of work if necessary during Game 4 of the World Series.
Koji Uehara once again slammed the door on the Tigers in the ninth inning on Saturday, and afterwards was named ALCS MVP for his dominance in the series.