By Jesus Perez Vichot (Chuchi)
The Cuban pitched last Tuesday in Triple A (Scranton/Wilkes-Barre), so that could be his third and last start in the rehabilitation stage (the previous two appearances in the Minor Leagues were in Double A with Somerset). In the three performances “the Cuban missile” worked in three innings, allowed only one undisputed and fanned four rivals. In his MiLB career, Chapman has seen action in 56 games, going 10-9 with a 4.60 ERA, 8 saves in 9 chances and 156 strikeouts in 115.1 innings pitched.
Chapman is 0-2 this season, with a 3.86 earned run average and 9 saves. This is not one of the best starts of his career in the Majors, but he still looks dominant from the mound and with a lot of power in his shipments (although not the same as in previous years). In any case, whatever role the Cuban will play in his return to the Yankees, surely his presence and his contribution to the team will be welcome.
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