SP - San Diego Padres
Yu Darvish threw 32 pitches in live batting practice on Friday.
Darvish said he expects his next outing to come "in a game" and that his goal is to be ready by the season-opening series in Korea.
Padres' manager Mike Shildt said that Yu Darvish has begun throwing bullpens and is expected be ready for Spring Training.
Darvish was shut down to end last season due to a bone spur in his elbow. He will be looking to bounce back after posting a 4.56 ERA across 24 starts last season.
Padres manager Bob Melvin said Yu Darvish has been shut down for the season.
Darvish finishes his season with a 4.56 ERA across 24 starts. He will look to get fully healthy for next year.
Padres manager Bob Melvin said Yu Darvish has a bone spur in his elbow and got a cortisone shot.
Darvish will be shut down temporarily. He still reportedly has a chance to pitch again this season, but that’s probably contingent on something changing in a big way in the standings per Cassavell. Darvish landed on the 15-day IL earlier this week.