Yu Darvish pitched his first complete game, Shin-Soo Choo broke a hitless streak with a three-run double, and the Rangers beat the Marlins by a score of 6-0 on Wednesday night.
The biggest issue for the Rangers has been the number of players, specifically pitchers, that have been sent to the DL or even written off for the entire season.
Yu Darvish showed up to the ballpark on Wednesday with his stiff neck feeling much better, and the Texas Rangers were able to breathe a sigh of relief knowing their Japanese ace won’t have to join a long list of teammates on the disabled list.
On a day when everything went wrong in the DFW sports world, the Rangers received some relatively good news about their ace Yu Darvish.
Texas Rangers starting pitcher Yu Darvish has been scratched from his scheduled start Tuesday against the Minnesota Twins due to neck stiffness.
Shin-Soo Choo homered, Chris Gimenez had four hits and the Texas Rangers rolled to a 9-2 victory over the slumping Detroit Tigers on Thursday.
Yu Darvish took a no-hitter into the final at bat on Friday night against the Red Sox at Globe Life Park in Arlington. Or at least we thought he did.
The Rangers announced that Yu Darvish will not start Wednesday in Houston. Meanwhile, Martin Perez reported discomfort in his left elbow after his third consecutive bad start.
Yu Darvish hadn’t been getting much run support before the Texas Rangers had one of their biggest offensive outbursts of the season in his last outing.
Prince Fielder had a pair of RBI doubles to end a drought of 39 at-bats without an extra-base hit, and the Texas Rangers trounced the Los Angeles Angels 14-3 on Sunday.
When Yu Darvish walked Oakland’s No. 9 hitter for the second time, Rangers manager Ron Washington went out to the mound to get his ace, in just the fourth inning.
Donnie Murphy lined a go-ahead single up the middle with one out in the eighth inning, and the Rangers rallied from an early three-run deficit to beat the Athletics 4-3 on Monday.