Still hope for Rangers' Yu Darvish to be an All-Star, but fans need to vote

Still hope for Rangers' Yu Darvish to be an All-Star, but fans need to vote

Tōkyō : Japan | Jul 01, 2012 at 1:53 PM PDT
Source: The Dallas Morning News
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After news broke that the Rangers won the right to negotiate with Yu Darvish, baseball fans have broken into a frenzy trying to learn all they can about the Japanese star. But if you've exhausted your allotment of scouting reports and video clips, we present 15 off-the-field facts that you might... FULL ARTICLE AT The Dallas Morning News
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