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Brewers vs. Padres prediction: Back Yu Darvish

Trevor Bauer is attempting to overturn his two-year suspension under MLB’s domestic violence policy. One day into the hearings, domestic violence experts Johnny Depp and Amber Heard can’t believe how long this is taking.  National League powers, the Brewers and Padres, meet in sunny San Diego. Yu Darvish (4-1, 3.91) has made eight starts this year, losing once. Yu returns home after tossing a road gem, shutting out the Phillies over seven strong. Milwaukee’s Aaron Ashby (0-3, 3.49) has appeared in nine games making three starts. His 34 K’s over 28 innings, impressive. His 17 walks, a cause for concern. Yu and I are on the same page now after he won for us earlier this year. Taking the Padres for 10 units.  Cubs Win! 11-4 the final. Frank Schwindel took the Reds Tyler Mahle deep twice. Mahle mauled for eight runs over four frames. Another W. Up +488 sutcliffes.
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Padres' Yu Darvish: Tough loss against Brewers

Darvish (4-2) took the loss Wednesday as the Padres fell 2-1 to the Brewers, allowing two runs on three hits and two walks over 6.2 innings. He struck out seven. The right-hander took a shutout into the seventh inning before stumbling, but the Padres' own troubles scoring runs left Darvish on the hook for the loss. He tossed 108 pitches (68 strikes) en route to his second straight quality start and seventh of the season in nine trips to the mound, and Darvish will take a 3.76 ERA, 1.08 WHIP and 44:13 K:BB through 52.2 innings into his next outing.

Yu Darvish, Robinson Cano propel Padres past Phillies

EditorsNote: Added “all singles” to 2nd graf; Reworded/added to 5th: Added bunt detail in 9th: Added “former Phillie” in next-to-last graf. Yu Darvish tossed seven strong innings and Robinson Cano had an RBI single to fuel the visiting San Diego Padres to a 2-0 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Thursday afternoon.

Yu Darvish dazzles as Padres shutout Phillies

The San Diego Padres game ended in a shutout for the third consecutive day as hitting’s been at a premium all series long. Fortunately for the Padres, they were on the winning side for the rubber match. Yu Darvish was splendid, scattering six hits and striking out five over seven scoreless frames, and Taylor Rogers picked up a four-out save to seal the win.
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Padres' Yu Darvish: Earns win after seven shutout

Darvish (4-1) earned the win after allowing zero runs on six hits across seven innings during Thursday's 2-0 win over the Phillies. He struck out five and didn't record a walk. Darvish bounced back from a rough outing in his last start to register his third appearance of the season...
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Padres' Yu Darvish: Escapes with no-decision Friday

Darvish didn't factor into the decision in Friday's 11-6 win over Atlanta, giving up five runs on nine hits and a walk over 5.2 innings while striking out four. The right-handed exited the game after 99 pitches (67 strikes) on the hook for his second loss of the year, but a rally by the Padres in the top of the seventh erased Darvish as the pitcher of record. The outing snapped a streak of four straight quality starts for the 35-year-old, and Darvish will carry a 4.62 ERA, 1.18 WHIP and 32:11 K:BB through 39 innings into his next outing.

Seiya Suzuki, Yu Darvish meet up and exchange jerseys in pregame ceremony

Ahead of Wednesday’s game between the Chicago Cubs and San Diego Padres, Seiya Suzuki and Yu Darvish met and exchanged jerseys. This offseason, the Chicago Cubs signed former Hiroshima Toyo Carp outfielder Seiya Suzuki to a five-year, $85 million contract. During his initial meeting with the media, Suzuki credited the team’s former pitcher Yu Darvish for his endorsement regarding the Cubs, which convinced him to sign.
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Padres' Yu Darvish: Seven strong frames

Darvish (3-1) recorded the win during Friday's 3-2 victory over Miami, allowing two runs on five hits with three strikeouts in seven innings. Though Darvish didn't have his most dominant stuff, San Diego jumped out to an early 3-0 lead and a Jesus Aguilar home run was the only offense Miami could manage. Aside from a blow-up outing against San Francisco on April 12, the 35-year-old has registered five quality starts totaling 31.2 innings while permitting only six runs. San Diego is currently going with a six-man rotation, so Darvish tentatively lines up to face Atlanta on Friday.