Terrible news from Detroit tigers I am sorry..

MLB News Today: Yu Darvish hopes to return to the Seoul Series; Yankees plunder HRs vs Tigers; ex-Dodger Kike Hernandez will soon make a free agency

In their opening Spring Training game, the New York Yankees delivered a message to the whole Major League Baseball (MLB).

Against the Detroit Tigers in their Spring Training opener, the Bronx Bombers lived up to their moniker.

The New York Yankees showcased their ability to hit home runs on Saturday in Lakeland, Florida.

Four different New York Yankees players hit home runs during their victory over the Detroit Tigers,

including Spencer Jones, one of the league’s top prospects. The 6-foot-6 outfielder hit a 470-foot bomb over the fence to demonstrate why he is ranked among the MLB’s Top 100 prospects.

Yu Darvish hopes to be prepared for Seoul’s MLB International Series.
Five-time All-Star Yu Darvish hopes to be primed for the San Diego Padres series against the Los Angeles Dodgers in Seoul, South Korea, according to a story in the Japan Times.

The 37-year-old’s 2023 season was cut short by a bone spur in his right elbow, which limited him to just 136.1 innings in the previous season.

Very little information has been released regarding #Padres Yu Darvish’s health. but based on what I’ve seen thus far, positive.

In this video, he appears to be throwing with maximum force. By 2024, health is expected to improve “- @Mike_Kurland
“Right now, the goal is to be ready by Korea,” Yu.

Darvish declared, indicating that he intends to be fully recovered for those games. The Los Angeles Dodgers and San Diego Padres will play a two-

game set on March 20 and 21 in Seoul to kick off the 2024 regular season.
Kike Hernandez is allegedly close to signing a new deal.

Kike Hernandez, a former utility player for the Los Angeles Dodgers, is anticipated to sign a new contract soon, according to Mark Feinsand of MLB.com. After recovering from a double hernia, the 32-year-old

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