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Speaking through his interpreter, Jiwon Bang, Orioles pitcher Koji Uehara said he felt fine after...

Speaking through his interpreter, Jiwon Bang, Orioles pitcher Koji Uehara said he felt fine after being hit by Gary Matthews' line drive. "I'm more upset about giving up that home run. No pain," he said. "Right away when I got hit, I couldn't breathe for a moment. But after a while, I was fine. Everything stopped for a moment." Including a few hearts in the Orioles' dugout. "I couldn't actually see it," catcher Chad Moeller said. "I was shielded by the hitter and couldn't actually see where it hit him. I haven't looked at the play yet, but based on everybody else's reaction, I'm just happy that there's nothing broken."

http://masnsports.com/2009/04/a-few-words-from-koji.html
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