Uehara shows off grilling skills during All-Star break


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The Chicago Cubs have struggled mightily during the first half of the 2017 baseball season compiling a 43-45 record and getting smacked 14-3 by the Pirates last Sunday.

The players have used this time to recharge their battery by doing various things including reliever Koji Uehara grilling some meat with a giant red grill.


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