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Sports WebXtra: Yu Darvish OK after leaving Wednesday's game

Yu Darvish feels okay after playing catch on Thursday. Yu Darvish feels okay after playing catch on Thursday.
ARLINGTON, TX (KLTV) -

In just his third start of the season, Rangers pitcher Yu Darvish left Wednesday's game against the Astros after the fifth inning with shoulder stiffness in his right throwing arm. Darvish is coming off Tommy John Surgery, but this scare is not related.

In fact, Darvish says he feels okay after playing catch with teammates on Thursday. He will throw a normal bullpen session on Friday.

More information in the video.

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