Yu Darvish sued by his Chicago neighbors

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Jim Cowsert - USA Today Sports
Jim Cowsert - USA Today Sports

Neighbors can be a great thing or a daily nightmare.

Chicago Cubs pitcher Yu Darvish and his wife Seiko have been sued by their neighbors Craig and Alexis Eylerover over a loss of property value.

The reason for the lawsuit is that Darvish installed a wood cedar fence that blocks their neighbor's views of Lake Michigan on their first floor of their house according to the Chicago Tribune.

"This was a hard decision for my husband and me to do this (to sue), but obviously our quality of life has been impacted, and our property values have been impacted."

Darvish bought their 5400 square-foot home back in May 2018 for $4.55 million.

The court date is set for July 29.


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