Aroldis Chapman he is one of the pitchers who remain available on the free agency market. However, this could be left behind soon since it was revealed that there is three (3) teams interested in signing the Cuban for the 2023 Season of Major League Baseball (MLB). ‘El Misil’ became a free agent after leaving the New York Yankees.
The journalist Jon Heyman of the New York Post reported this Thursday, January 12, that three (3) teams would be looking to take over the services of veteran Aroldis Chapman from free agency.
Heyman did not mention the names of the organizations that would go for the signature of the native of Holguín, Cuba, but in recent days rumors arose that the Los Angeles Dodgers and the San Diego Padres could be among them.
The Cuban had a difficult 2022 as he lost his job as a closer for the New York Yankees when he was replaced by Clay Holmes. In addition, he was left out of the American League Division Series for missing a mandatory practice.
Aroldis Chapman has been named an All-Star seven times during his 13-year major league career. He has a 2.48 ERA as well as 315 saves.
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