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Cubs can't miss out on the next Yu Darvish
The Cubs bid aggressively for a chance to sign Yu Darvish , but lost out to the Texas Rangers and management knows they have to evolve quickly so they don't miss out on the next big thing.
Darvish impressive after 14-strikeout game
Yu Darvish didn't get the win on Sunday, but he did plenty to impress the Red Sox, striking out 14 batters in the process.
White Sox face AL West-leading Rangers on CSN+
The White Sox squandered an early advantage against Texas ace Yu Darvish -- can they muster a comeback in Arlington? Tune in to CSN-Plus for all the action.
Painful day for Darvish, and some other aces
Yu Darvish has a blister, Jered Weaver banged his non-pitching elbow, and other No. 1 starters have hurt pride.
MLB Wrap: Darvish loses perfect game on final batter
Here's a recap of Tuesday's top games, including the Rangers' win over the Astros in which Yu Darvish missed a perfect game by one out.
Ichiro, Kuroda the latest Japanese players to bail on the WBC
First Yu Darvish , then Hisashi Iwakuma, then Norichika Aoki and now Ichiro Suzuki and Hiroki Kuroda are giving the WBC a miss: Ichiro Suzuki
Japan's HR king accepts Ichiro may not play in WBC
was instrumental in helping Japan win the WBC in 2006 and 2009, is reportedly considering sitting out the 2013 event, joining fellow Japanese major leaguers Yu Darvish of the Texas Rangers and Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Norichika Aoki.
Norichika Aoki to sit out the World Baseball Classic
playing in the World Baseball Classic because he wants to prepare for the 2013 season. Not playing in the WBC is the new black. Aoki joins Yu Darvish and Hisashi Iwakuma as no-shows for Japan and Shin-Soo Choo as a no-show for...
Brewers OF Aoki to sit out World Baseball Classic
part because he has to prepare for next season with the Brewers, the Nikkansports newspaper reported Wednesday. Pitchers Yu Darvish of the Texas Rangers and Hisashi Iwakuma of the Seattle Mariners already informed two-time defending champion Japan they