Aroldis Chapman arrested after police clock him going 93 mph (in his car) on …
PrintAa Aroldis Chapman drives too fast, too 12:19 PM By Mark La Monica Aroldis Chapman throws a baseball faster than he drives a car, which is what you want from a pitcher and a member of the community. Here's the problem: That gap isn't as big as it
The Cincinnati Reds recently named Aroldis Chapman the team's closer. I don't know how you would celebrate a promotion, but Aroldis Chapman evidently chose to celebrate his promotion by driving
Not the new closer Aroldis Chapman or the old closer, Sean Marshall, but Arredondo, who picked up his first career save on Saturday when Marshall couldn't shut the door. After recording the first two outs of the inning rather easily,
Instead of climbing the bullpen ladder, Chapman is probably going to slip down at least a rung, while potentially being used a third less often the rest of the way than he would have been.
Clearly Aroldis Chapman should be expected to retain whatever share of the role he has, whether you use CIA or any traditional analysis. The other “miss” was the Angels' Jordan Walden. However, Walden lost his job so early in the season that we were