Aroldis Chapman

Yankees' Andrew Miller Tells WFAN That Winning Outweighs Yielding Closer Role To ChapmanLed by Miller, Chapman and Dellin Betances, the Yankees' bullpen figures to be among the best -- if not the best -- in the majors this season.
Palladino: Offseason Changes Could Lead Mets, Yankees To Same PlaceThe Mets and Yanks have shown this offseason that different isn’t always bad.
Yankees' Chapman Won't Be Charged In Domestic Violence CaseNewly acquired Yankees pitcher Aroldis Chapman will not face charges of domestic violence in Florida, according to multiple reports.
Hal Steinbrenner: Aroldis Chapman Innocent Until Proven OtherwiseYankees owner Hal Steinbrenner says reliever Aroldis Chapman is "innocent until proven otherwise."
Yanks Avoid Arbitration With Pineda, Ackley, Exchange Figures With OthersThe Yankees could be headed to arbitration with Aroldis Chapman and Didi Gregorius, among others.
Girardi Wastes Little Time, Names Chapman Yankees' CloserThe Yankees obtained the 27-year-old Chapman, a four-time All-Star, from the Reds last month for four minor leaguers.
Palladino: Yankees Tarnished Storied Reputation With Chapman TradeNow the Yankees get their hands dirty and throw mud on all those World Series trophies.
Mark-Viverito Takes Yankees To Task Over Aroldis Chapman, Domestic Violence ClaimsCity Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito said Tuesday that the Yankees were wrong to trade for a pitcher who was investigated over a domestic-violence accusation.
Yankees Acquire Aroldis Chapman From Reds, Form Deadly Back Of BullpenThe New York Yankees have bolstered an already dominant bullpen, acquiring hard-throwing All-Star closer Aroldis Chapman from the Cincinnati Reds for four minor leaguers.
Keidel: Bringing In Chapman Not A Good Look, Nor Particularly Smart, For YankeesTeams are no longer petrified of pinstripes. And bringing in a pitcher whose character is in question to a team that prides itself on character is not the answer.
Sweeny: Yankees Have Monsters In 'Pen, But Still Need Top-End StarterThe trade for Aroldis Chapman makes the Yankees almost invincible from the seventh inning on. It’s the first six innings that are still the problem.
Cueto, 2 Reds Homers Beat Mets 2-1Two late homers, a replay overturn that saved things in the ninth inning.

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