Cubs starting pitcher injected some t-shirt savagery into the the Astros scandal. Rick Scuteri-USA TODAY Sports

Yu Darvish continues to have a pretty savage response to the fallout from the Houston Astros cheating scandal.

Reporters spotted a t-shirt in front of the Chicago Cubs pitcher’s locker on Friday with a hilarious series of anti-Astros messages on it.

Darvish lost twice in the 2017 World Series to the Astros, including in Game 7. He posted a 21.60 ERA in that series, and we now know there’s reason to doubt whether that outcome was fair. Darvish certainly does, and those doubts will linger for a long time.

Still, he’s taking the revelations in stride. Not to mention he really seems to enjoy the trash can jokes.

This article first appeared on Larry Brown Sports and was syndicated with permission.


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