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Yu Darvish gave up two earned runs in seven innings pitched in the Padres' loss to the Cubs on Wednesday. Darvish struck out eight and walked two in the outing.
Darvish continues to plug along as one of the best pitchers in the National League this year. He has been extremely consistent, posting an ERA of 2.28 and a WHIP of 0.91 to this point in the season. Continue starting Darvish in just about every matchup.
Yu Darvish gave up two earned runs in five-and-one-third innings pitched in the Padres' win over the Mets on Thursday. Darvish struck out five and walked one in the outing.
Darvish didn't have his best stuff on Thursday, but it was good enough to keep the Padres in the game and to earn himself another win on the season. Darvish has quietly been one of the most consistent pitchers in the National League in 2021, as he currently boasts an ERA of 2.25 and a WHIP of 0.93.
Padres ace Yu Darvish earned his fifth win on Sunday against the Mariners, totaling seven innings of one-run ball while striking out five.
Darvish now has a 1.75 ERA and a 0.89 WHIP for the season. It's tough to rank him any lower than fourth among starting pitchers. He's also 5-1 with 74 strikeouts in 61 2/3 innings through 10 starts on the year. He draws the Astros next time out.
Yu Darvish gave up no earned runs in 7.0 innings pitched in the Padres' win over the Rockies on Monday. Darvish struck out 10 and walked 0 in the outing.
Darvish was masterful on Monday, striking out 10 in 7 strong innings. Darvish was in full control of all his pitches, and had several of those pitches dancing against the Rockies. To top it all off, Darvish doubled off Jon Gray in the 6th inning to cap off a brilliant evening. Darvish now boasts a 1.81 ERA and a 0.88 WHIP on the season. Darvish's next start should come against the Mariners, so he will have another opportunity to dominate a sub-par lineup next week.
Yu Darvish gave up 0 earned runs in 4 innings pitched in the Padres' win over the Rockies in the first game of their double-header on Wednesday. Darvish struck out 2 and walked 1 in the outing.
Darvish showed again on Wednesday why AJ Preller was justified in going out and getting him in the off-season. Darvish put up another solid line in Colorado, and now has an ERA just over 2.00 on the young season. Darvish's WHIP is still under 1, and his K/BB ratio remains solid. Darvish hasn't gotten much attention early in the year because of the brilliance of Jacob deGrom, Corbin Burnes, and Brandon Woodruff, but Darvish has certainly been one of the best pitchers in the NL this season. Darvish will get another start against the Rockies at home next week, so fantasy managers should feel more than comfortable leaving Darvish in the starting lineup for their next matchup.