Yu Darvish's son is a massive Cole Hamels fan


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Evan Habeeb - USA Today Sports
Evan Habeeb - USA Today Sports

It appears that there is a bigger fan of Cole Hamels than Cubs President of Operations Theo Epstein.

Yu Darvish's wife posted a picture of her son's room and all of the Cole Hamels' memorabilia that he has obtained because he appears to be one of his favorite players.

Darvish and Hamels were close teammates together previously in Texas.

Hopefully, the duo reuniting along with former teammate Jesse Chavez will bring some much-needed mojo for the Cubs starting rotation down the stretch this season.



Tags: Yu Darvish, Theo Epstein
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