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Rangers Injury Update: Yu Darvish to start throwing in early December

Like many on his team, Texas Rangers ace Yu Darvish had his 2014 season cut short due to injury. Darvish, though did manage to play most of the season before inflammation in his right elbow forced him to call it quits on August 10. Now, though, Darvish has recovered, and he will begin his offseason throwing program soon after Thanksgiving. Darvish cleared to throw http://t.co/QnL94NPflP—...
Via Sports Injury Alert
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Darvish cleared for offseason throwing program

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) Rangers ace Yu Darvish has been cleared to start his offseason throwing program. Darvish, who missed the last seven weeks of the season because of inflammation in his right elbow, had an MRI and was examined Tuesday by team physician Dr. Keith Meister. Texas said Darvish already is in his normal offseason training program and expects to start throwing in early...
Via AP on Fox
22 days ago  |  Discuss

MRI comes back clean for Rangers' Darvish

The Texas Rangers got expected but good news on right-hander Yu Darvish Tuesday as the 
MRI on his right elbow came back clean. The right-hander is now free to begin his regular offseason workouts after getting the clean bill of health from Rangers team doctor Keith Meister. One change in Darvish's offseason plans is that he'll spend the next several weeks working out...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Texas Rangers hire Jeff Banister as manager

The Texas Rangers GM Jon Daniels made it a point to get a new manager before October was over, and the Rangers made that happen today. Jeff Banister is now the new replacement for Ron Washington as the Rangers manager. Banister has been around baseball for quite some time and is thought of highly in the baseball world. His resume includes 29 seasons within the Pittsburgh Pirates...
Via isportsweb.com
October 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Rangers Injury Update: Yu Darvish, Prince Fielder

The Texas Rangers entered the final four games of the 2014 season on Thursday with a dismal record of 65-93, last in the American League West. Injuries have been a major contributor to the poor season, as only four players have appeared in over 130 games and no starting pitcher has reached 30 starts. There is some positive news on the injury front on Yu Darvish and Prince Fielder...
Via Sports Injury Alert
September 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Yu Darvish blames batter's folks for 'creating a great hitter'

Your browser does not support iframes.Texas Rangers pitcher Yu Darvish jokingly blamed the parents of New York Yankees outfielder Brett Gardner for "creating a great hitter" after Gardner hit two solo home runs against him during Monday night's game at Globe Life Park.Reporters asked Darvish about the expression he made on the mound after the second home run he gave...
Via Holdout Sports
July 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Yu Darvish’s seven different pitch grips (PHOTO)

Rangers ace Yu Darvish’s secrets were revealed Sunday night during the Angels.  ESPN released a do-it-yourself type photo of Darvish’s grips that he uses on his SEVEN DIFFERENT PITCHES.  Most starting pitchers have three, maybe four.  Darvish has three plus four. It’s like the cliff’s notes version of how to become a Major League pitcher.   Now just grow to be six-foot...
Via It's Always Sunny in Detroit
June 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Yu Darvish strikes out Adam LaRoche with 59 mph curveball

Texas Rangers pitcher Yu Darvish has an arsenal of nasty pitches, which should probably make what he did Sunday illegal. Darvish turned in one of his best outings of the season, as he struck out 12 Washington Nationals over eight scoreless innings in helping the Rangers to a 2-0 win. Darvish’s 12 strikeouts matched a season high, and he lowered his ERA to 2.08 in the process. Of...
Via NESN.com
June 02, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Yu Darvish throws super slow curve for strikeout

Texas Rangers ace Yu Darvish is on the hill for the team’s game Friday night against the Toronto Blue Jays at Globe Life Park. As usual, Darvish’s fastball has frequently hit 95 mph on the radar gun in this game, and he’s even dropping some offspeed pitches all the way down to 63 mph. Yes, a 30+ mph difference in velocity. The Blue Jays’ Adam Lind was grinding out a nice...
Via Next Impulse Sports
May 16, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Harold Reynolds goes bonkers over controversial call

On Friday night, Yu Darvish of the Texas Rangers was one out away from a no-hitter. David Ortiz broke up Darvish’s bid at history with a single through the shift, and Darvish came oh so close once again. But earlier in the game, Darvish had set down the first 20 hitters in a row and forced Ortiz to pop up for what looked like the final out of the seventh inning. However, the ball...
Via Awful Announcing
May 10, 2014  |  Discuss
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