The Texas Rangers could have chosen to wave a white flag when they found out Yu Darvish had been lost for the 2015 season due to Tommy John surgery, but they're not. Instead, they may have it in mind to acquire a suitable replacement:...Show More Summary
Yu Darvish had his season-ending elbow surgery Tuesday, when the torn ligament from the Texas Rangers ace's right arm was replaced with a tendon from his forearm.
Before we get to talking about Joey Gallo and the future of the Texas Rangers, let's talk about Yu Darvish and the present of the Texas Rangers. Which, yeah, is not a particularly pretty picture. It was announced last week that Darvish will be missing the 2015 season recovering from Tommy John surgery. Show More Summary
The Texas Rangers had more trouble with injuries than any other team in Major League Baseball last season, but at least they got to enjoy ace right-hander Yu Darvish for most of the year. Alas, the odds of that happening again have since been downgraded to 0 percent. Show More Summary
Yu Darvish, the Texas Rangers’ ace, will have season-ending surgery on his ailing right elbow on Tuesday.
The surgery likely will sideline Darvish until early 2016.
Tommy John surgery is likely to sideline Darvish, a Japanese right-hander who led the majors with 277 strikeouts in 2013, until early 2016.
Texas Rangers' Japanese ace Yu Darvish will miss the entire 2015 Major League Baseball season after deciding to undergo Tommy John surgery on his right elbow, the team said on Friday.
Texas Rangers ace Yu Darvish missed the end of last season with elbow inflammation, and now he'll miss all of this season, deciding to undergo Tommy John surgery next week.
Texas Rangers pitcher Yu Darvish’s season is over. After seeking two opinions on his elbow injury, the star right-hander will undergo Tommy John surgery, the Texas Rangers confirmed on Friday. The surgery to correct the partially torn ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow is scheduled for Tuesday. Darvish made his spring training debut on March […]
Texas Rangers ace Yu Darvish will have season-ending, elbow ligament- replacement surgery next week.
The Texas Rangers announced starting pitcher Yu Darvish will undergo Tommy John surgery on his elbow next week and will miss the entire 2015 season. T.R. Sullivan of the team's official site reports Dr. James Andrews is set to perform the surgery Tuesday. Show More Summary
The Rangers held off through two opinions, but now it's official. It took two months on the disabled list, an offseason of rest, and two expert opinions on elbow injuries to get to this point, but the Rangers finally decided that ace starter Yu Darvish would undergo Tommy John surgery. Show More Summary
Yu Darvish and the Texas Rangers will get one more opinion before the ace pitcher likely agrees to season-ending elbow ligament-replacement surgery.
With Yu Darvish out, should the Rangers sell, buy, or do nothing? You can make compelling arguments for all three. You are the GM of the Texas Rangers. You are in charge of the roster decisions and building the team. Your best pitcher, one of the best in the league, is likely out for the season. Show More Summary
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Yu Darvish and the Texas Rangers have learned some very bad news that could threaten his 2015 season and require surgery
This news rarely turns in the other direction. The Texas Rangers might not know for sure yet, as Yu Darvish discussed (via Evan Grant of The Dallas Morning News), but the sprain in his ulnar collateral ligament is likely to lead to Tommy John surgery. Show More Summary
Darvish, a three-time all-star, was shut down for the final seven weeks last season with inflammation in the same elbow.
Talented Texas Rangers pitcher Yu Darvish is considering season-ending surgery after tests revealed he has a sprained ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow, the Rangers said on Saturday.