Oct 30, 2013; Boston, MA, USA; Boston Red Sox relief pitcher Koji Uehara (19) reacts with catcher David Ross (3) after defeating the St. Louis Cardinals in game six of the MLB baseball World Series at Fenway Park. Red Sox won 6-1. Mandatory Credit: Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports

Mental Health Break: Koji Uehara vs. Jonathan Villar

It’s time again to choose between two baseball GIFs and it doesn’t seem like there is any GIF in the world that can topple our brand newchampion, Koji Uehara.

In an easy defense of his crown, Koji trampled the odd head wiggles of Jonny Gomes. You have shown that you love the high five, but what if we go down low? 

There is a new challenger in town: Jonathan Villar. You’ll notice our challenger plays for the Astros. Once you see the GIF, you’ll realize there is a pun that could be written from the team name, but I’m much too classy to share it. Please, use the comments! (HT: Grant Brisbee for creating the GIF.)

Take a peek below and make your vote on which one you think most deserves to be champion and move on to next week.

Our current champion, GIF #1. “You want a high five? I’ll give you a high five!!”


And now our challenger, GIF #2: “Bringing up the rear.”



I think this one will be close, folks.

Which GIF should move on to be next week's champion?

  • GIF #1: "How about a high five?!?!" (60%, 12 Votes)
  • GIF #2: "Bringing up the rear." (40%, 8 Votes)

Total Voters: 20

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As usual, I won’t pretend that this post will make you a better fantasy baseball player or that you’ll get deep analysis on your favorite player. Nope, nothing fantasy baseball here.

But it’s Sunday night, meaning that tomorrow is a Monday and another week of work. We need one last little mental health break before we get back to the grind tomorrow, particularly heading into a new year. We need a tiny break to relax our mind and just laugh a little! It won’t make you a better fantasy baseball player, but it sure will be good for your mental health.

Tags: Jonathan Villar Koji Uehara

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