The Score "Yu Darvish has reportedly been cleared of any involvement in his brother's illegal gambling case in Japan. According to baseball sources, Major League Baseball has determined the Texas Rangers right-hander had no involvement with his brother's illegal operation, Jeff Wilson of the Fort Worth..." January 24
Dallas Morning News "Right-hander Yu Darvish has surprised new pitching coach Doug Brocail with the pace of his recovery from Tommy John surgery. Brocail was impressed by what he saw in a Darvish throwing session about six weeks ago. Darvish is not participating in the minicamp. "I wasn't expecting to see what I..." January 21
MLB will take look at yu darvish after brother arested for alleged gambling. As for yu, MLB says it's just "due diligence"
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "Major League Baseball is following its standard protocol as it looks into a gambling case involving the brother of Texas Rangers right-hander Yu Darvish, but a baseball source said the idea that Darvish himself is being investigated is “untrue.” A story Tuesday in The Japan Times said that..." January 20
ESPN "Texas Rangers pitcher Yu Darvish said he has never been involved in gambling activities amid a Major League Baseball investigation after the arrest of his younger brother in Japan. On Tuesday, Darvish issued a statement through his agent to recognize MLB's need to conduct an investigation. He..." January 20
Sporting News "Rangers pitcher Yu Darvish is under investigation by MLB for his possible role in an illegal gambling ring run by his brother Sho, The Japan Times reported Tuesday. Sho Darvish was arrested in October after being accused by authorities of placing bets on American and Japanese sports. He and..." January 19
Sporting News "The brother of Rangers pitcher Yu Darvish was arrested in Japan, and charged with participating in an illegal betting ring that included gambling on MLB games. Sho Darvish is accused by authorities of placing bets on American and Japanese sports, Kyodo News reported. The 26-year-old and..." October 27
#Rangers Yu Darvish threw today, 25 throws at 45 feet. Felt fine. He'll do it Monday, Wednesday and Friday next few weeks.
Fox Sports Southwest "The right elbow surgery that's costing Texas Rangers right-hander Yu Darvish the entire 2015 season has had another impact on him. His English has regressed. "Problem for me is when the team is on the road I'm not with my teammates so I'm not really speaking English which is getting worse,"..." May 03
Fox Sports Southwest "Texas right-hander Yu Darvish had no complications Tuesday after undergoing ligament reconstruction surgery in Florida. The Texas ace, who will miss the 2015 season, had the surgery performed by Dr. James Andrews at his facility in Gulf Breeze, Fla. Darvish will have a follow up exam..." March 18
Yu Darvish undergoes ligament transplant surgery by Dr. James Andrews in Gulf Breeze, FL. Dr. Andrews reports surgery went as expected.
Dallas Morning News "Dr. James Andrews will do Tommy John surgery on Texas Rangers ace Yu Darvish on March 17. Darvish has a partial tear of the ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow. New York-based orthopedist Dr. David Altchek seconded the opinion of Rangers team physician Dr. Keith Meister in a..." March 14
Dallas Morning News "New York-based orthopedist Dr. David Altchek seconded the opinion of Rangers team physician Dr. Keith Meister in a consultation with Yu Darvish Tuesday: The right-hander should undergo Tommy John surgery on his right elbow. Darvish is expected to have the surgery early next week, though no..." March 12
Daniels: "Likely headed down path to surgery." Andrews will also review. Final decision late this week
The Score "The Texas Rangers will have a better understanding of Yu Darvish's status this season within the next few days. An MRI on the right-hander's pitching elbow on Saturday revealed a partial tear in the UCL. Darvish plans to fly to New York Monday to undergo a second opinion before making a..." March 10
CBS Sports "Baseball's elbow epidemic got a bit worse with the news out here that Yu Darvish, one of the sport's best pitchers, very likely needs Tommy John surgery. The operation has been recommended by noted Rangers surgeon Keith Meister, though Darvish is headed for a second opinion, just in case there may..." March 08
The Score "The Texas Rangers are hoping they don't lose their ace for a significant period of time. Yu Darvish will undergo an MRI on Friday, just one day after being removed from his first spring start due to right triceps tightness, reports MLB.com's Jesse Sanchez. Darvish reported feeling much..." March 07
Hardball Talk "Rangers starter Yu Darvish suffered a right elbow injury in August last season. He was expected back by the end of the month, but as the Rangers, who finished 67-95, weren’t headed anywhere, Darvish took it slow and eventually was shut down for the remainder of the season. Darvish’s toughness..." March 02
ESPN Dallas "Yu Darvish dazzled his teammates with a scoreless inning in a Texas Rangers intrasquad game Sunday, then unveiled the latest addition to his repertoire: A much improved command of the English language. Darvish, who has spoken almost exclusively through an interpreter for public consumption..." March 01
Fox Sports Southwest "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..." November 26
Dallas Morning News "Right-hander Yu Darvish pushed back an MRI on his right elbow to next week. The Rangers still expect a normal result, which will allow Darvish to begin off-season work. He missed the final seven weeks this season because of elbow soreness. Right-hander Alexi Ogando, who did not pitch after the..." November 21
Dallas Morning News "While acknowledging that ace right-hander Yu Darvish has seen significant improvement in the symptoms related to his elbow inflammation, Texas Rangers general manager Jon Daniels on Wednesday gave every indication that the pitcher’s season is over. Daniels said Darvish would be examined by team..." September 03
Dallas Morning News "Texas Rangers general manager Jon Daniels in a radio interview with KRLD-FM/105.3 “The Fan” on Monday indicated that it is unlikely Yu Darvish will pitch again for the club this season. Answering a question seeking to clarify Darvish’s status following his placement on the DL on August 13 with..." August 26
Dallas Morning News "Apparently, RHP Yu Darvish won’t miss just the minimum two weeks required by his recent placement on the DL with elbow inflammation. Darvish, who did not travel with the club to Miami, has not thrown in the week since he complained of the elbow soreness and manager Ron Washington on Tuesday..." August 20
MLB.com "Pitcher Yu Darvish has mild inflammation in right elbow. The Rangers don’t think it is a long-term concern. He will resume throwing with the discomfort subsides. He said he could pitch if he had to but does not want to risk his future." August 14
Dallas Morning News "At the All-Star Game, Yu Darvish delivered a dissertation on preventing the epidemic of arm injuries around the majors. He lobbied for a six-man rotation, just like he was used to in Japan. “I think that’s the way to go,” he said during a session with only Japanese media when the subject..." August 14
#Rangers have placed RHP Yu Darvish on the 15-day disabled list with right elbow inflammation.
Hardball Talk "Quality, quality quote from Yu Darvish after last night’s win over the Yankees. A win which was only blemished by two Brett Gardner home runs. Darvish: “I just blame the parents of Brett Gardner. I just blame them for creating a great hitter.”" July 29
New York Times "Yu Darvish and Masahiro Tanaka, old friends and rivals from both the Pacific League in Japan and the American League, met in the tunnel underneath Yankee Stadium on Monday afternoon and chatted. The men have much in common. Both were highly successful in Japan, and both converted that into..." July 22
Dallas Morning News "Yes, the injury thing really is becoming surreal for the Texas Rangers. On Tuesday, RHP Yu Darvish was hit in the head by a line drive while throwing in the outfield. Darvish was doing some flat ground work when Leonys Martin hit a ball in batting practice that tipped off Derek Holland’s glove..." July 09
Dallas Morning News "For the finale of the longest road trip of their season, teetering on the edge of once again falling below .500, the Rangers on Sunday put together a lineup that included: A leadoff man with a broken face subbing for a guy with a sore ankle who had been scheduled to sub for the sore-ankled..." June 02
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "The neck stiffness that forced Yu Darvish to miss his last start has subsided and he said he’s good to go for Sunday’s start against the Nationals. “There’s no problem at all,” said Darvish, who threw 20-25 pitches in a bullpen session Friday. “I felt as good as the bullpen session I had in..." May 31
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "Yu Darvish said on Wednesday that he is on track to start Sunday for the Texas Rangers, a day after neck stiffness forced him to be scratched from a start against the Minnesota Twins. The right-hander went through a full workout at Target Field and threw off flat ground without any lingering..." May 29
Yu Darvish has been scratched from tonight's start due to neck stiffness. Texas starter is TBA.
ESPN Dallas "Major League Baseball has changed David Ortiz's ball that originally was scored an error to a single in Yu Darvish's near no-hitter last Friday. The ball, which was hit in the air to right field and dropped between second baseman Rougned Odor and right fielder Alex Rios in the seventh inning,..." May 14
CBS Sports "A stiff neck sent Rangers ace Yu Darvish to the DL to start the season, but he was activated on Sunday and is making his first start of the year this afternoon. In the very first inning, he made some history by striking out reigning AL Rookie of the Year Wil Myers: As that moment, Darvish..." April 07
#Rangers Yu Darvish will start Sunday in Tampa.
CBS Sports "Rangers ace Yu Darvish began the season on the disabled list with a neck injury and Tuesday came through a bullpen session with what has to be considered pretty great news. Via a Rangers press release, here's the low down: Pitcher Yu Darvish continued his throwing program on Tuesdaywith an..." April 01
CBS Sports "According to Richard Durrett of ESPN Dallas, Rangers manager Ron Washington was "very encouraged" by Yu Darvish's bullpen session on Sunday. The team's ace is starting the season on the DL with a neck issue. "The report I got was that it was just as good as it was before he got hurt," said..." March 31
ESPN "Texas Rangers ace Yu Darvish threw off flat ground up to 100 feet on Saturday at Globe Life Park in Arlington and also threw 30 pitches off flat ground. He's scheduled to throw on Sunday, but it's unclear exactly what that will entail. Darvish will officially go on the disabled list on Sunday...." March 30
#Rangers get good news on Yu Darvish. No structural damage in neck. Will play catch Saturday before a plan going forward is devised.
Yu Darvish scratched from Opening Day start. To see neck/back specialist Dr. Drew Dossett tomorrow. #Rangers
Hardball Talk "Texas hasn’t officially changed its Opening Day plans yet, but T.R. Sullivan of MLB.com reports that Yu Darvish is unlikely to make his Game 1 start because of a stiff neck. For now general manager Jon Daniels is saying the Rangers could simply push back Darvish’s start, basically moving him to..." March 25
Yu Darvish has been scratched from his minor league start because of neck stiffness. #Rangers say it's day to day at this point.
Fox Sports Southwest "The huge contract the New York Yankees gave Japanese pitcher Masahiro Tanaka didn't go unnoticed by Texas Rangers ace Yu Darvish. Darvish, who helped set the bar with his $56-million deal before the 2012 season, was surprised by Tanaka's seven year, $155-million deal. Tanaka may have..." February 18
Fox Sports "Texas right-hander Yu Darvish, who had lower back problems of the 2013 season, is feeling good after changing his offseason workout routine because of hip discomfort. Darvish told members of the Japanese media that his hip discomfort came to an end in the middle of January when he was told by..." February 17
Rangers say Yu Darvish’s nerve inflammation in his back has subsided, and he should be fine for his offseason work. Good news.
Yu Darvish had injection yesterday for nerve issue in lower back. Had bothered him since late August.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "Yu Darvish confirmed Tuesday night that he is dealing with a physical issue although Darvish and the Texas Rangers don’t seem overly concerned about it. It’s been classified as more normal wear and tear of a 162-game season. “Well it’s no more than what’s already out there” manager Ron..." September 25