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Aroldis Chapman

28-Year-Old Pitcher – New York Yankees

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Chapman has struck out more than 40 percent of the batters he's faced for four consecutive years now, while walking just 11.9% of the hitters he's faced over the last two years. Opposing hitters have ...

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2016 ADP:  86.33

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STATUS:  Suspension     INJURY TYPE:  Suspension     EST. RETURN:  5/9/2016
LEAGUE: Majors   40 MAN: YES   BATS: L   THROWS: L   HT: 6' 4"   WT: 212   DOB: 9/11/1987
BORN: Holguin, Cuba   COLLEGE: None  DRAFTED: No  Show ContractHide Contract

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Aroldis Chapman Contract Information:

Agreed to a one-year, $8.05 million contract with the Reds in February of 2015, avoiding arbitration.

May 2, 2016  –  Aroldis Chapman News

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Chapman (suspension) will pitch in an extended spring game Wednesday, the New York Post reports.

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Aroldis Chapman Stats
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Year Age Lg Tm G GS SH IP H ER HR K BB W L SV BS HLD ERA WHIP
2010 22 AAA LOU 38 13 0 94.2 77 38 7 122 52 8 6 8 0 0 3.61 1.37
2010 22 MAJ CIN 15 0 0 13.3 9 3 0 19 5 2 2 0 1 4 2.03 1.05
2011 23 AA CAR 5 2 0 7.1 5 5 1 11 6 1 1 0 0 0 6.14 1.55
2011 23 AAA LOU 5 1 0 5.2 9 7 0 9 2 0 1 0 0 0 11.12 2.12
2011 23 MAJ CIN 54 0 0 50.0 24 20 2 71 41 4 1 1 2 13 3.60 1.30
2012 24 MAJ CIN 68 0 0 71.7 35 12 4 122 23 5 5 38 5 6 1.51 0.81
2013 25 MAJ CIN 68 0 0 63.7 37 18 7 112 29 4 5 38 5 0 2.54 1.04
2014 26 A DAY 2 2 0 2.0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0.50
2014 26 AAA LOU 2 1 0 1.0 7 8 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 72.00 9.00
2014 26 MAJ CIN 54 0 0 54.0 21 12 1 106 24 0 3 36 2 0 2.00 0.83
2015 27 MAJ CIN 65 0 0 66.3 43 12 3 116 33 4 4 33 3 0 1.63 1.15
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3-Year Averages     62 0 0 61.3 33 14 3 111 28 2 4 35 3 0 2.05 0.99
Career  (View All)     324 0 0 319.0 169 77 17 546 155 19 20 146 2.17 1.02

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Aroldis Chapman Game Log    (View Full Game Log)
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Aroldis Chapman Split Stats    (View Full Split Stats)

Vs. Left

Year Batters K BB H 2B 3B HR BAA
20157638119200.143
2014432535100.132

Vs. Right

Year Batters K BB H 2B 3B HR BAA
2015202782234203.194
2014159812116501.118

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Year IP W L SV K BB HR ERA WHIP
201538.73316702011.401.16
201433.70222731411.340.74

Away

Year IP W L SV K BB HR ERA WHIP
201527.71117461321.951.12
201420.30114331003.100.98
Aroldis Chapman Advanced Stats
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Year Age Lg Tm G GS IP K/9 BB/9 K/BB HR/9 GB/FB Ratio Strand % Fastball ERA FIP BABIP
2010 22 AAA LOU 38 13 94.2 11.66 4.97 2.35 0.67 74.6% 3.61 3.39 .328
2010 22 MAJ CIN 15 0 13.3 12.83 3.38 3.80 0.00 4.75 78.6% 99.6 MPH 2.03 1.47 .326
2011 23 AA CAR 5 2 7.1 13.94 7.61 1.83 1.27 60% 6.14 4.47 .307
2011 23 AAA LOU 5 1 5.2 15.58 3.46 4.50 0.00 36.4% 11.12 0.89 .614
2011 23 MAJ CIN 54 0 50.0 12.78 7.38 1.73 0.36 1.92 71.4% 97.9 MPH 3.60 3.46 .239
2012 24 MAJ CIN 68 0 71.7 15.32 2.89 5.30 0.50 0.92 85.2% 97.8 MPH 1.51 1.65 .279
2013 25 MAJ CIN 68 0 63.7 15.83 4.10 3.86 0.99 0.87 81.4% 98.3 MPH 2.54 2.62 .308
2014 26 A DAY 2 2 2.0 13.50 4.50 3.00 0.00 100% 0.00 1.70 .000
2014 26 AAA LOU 2 1 1.0 18.00 18.00 1.00 0.00 11.1% 72.00 8.20 .895
2014 26 MAJ CIN 54 0 54.0 17.67 4.00 4.42 0.17 1.36 75% 100.3 MPH 2.00 0.96 .302
2015 27 MAJ CIN 65 0 66.3 15.74 4.48 3.52 0.41 1.07 87.7% 99.5 MPH 1.63 2.01 .360
Today's Projections     0 0 .0 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0% 0.00 0.00 .000
Next 7 Days     0 0 1.5 10.80 3.82 2.83 0.59 81.9% 2.18 2.92 .254
Rest Of Season     0 0 48.8 13.27 4.94 2.69 0.82 85.1% 2.26 3.08 .282
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3-Year Averages     62 0 61.3 16.29 4.11 3.96 0.44 81% 2.05 1.59 .326
Career     324 0 319.0 15.40 4.37 3.52 0.48 80.5% 2.17 1.98 .301

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Aroldis Chapman: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Chapman (suspension) has tossed a pair of scoreless innings at extended spring training, the New York Daily News reports.

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Chapman was suspended 30 games in relation to a domestic violence incident over the offseason, Billy Witz of the NY Times reports.

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MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred may opt to suspend Chapman and ban him from participating in spring training with the Yankees upon ruling on the case in the near future, the New York Daily News reports.

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Chapman said he would appeal any possible suspension in relation to his domestic violence allegation from October, Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports reports.

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Chapman and the Yankees avoided arbitration by agreeing to a $11.325 million deal, Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports.com reports.

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Chapman will not face criminal charges in relation to an Oct. 30 domestic dispute at his home in Davie, Florida, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports.

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Manager Joe Girardi said on Monday's edition of Yankees Hot Stove on YES Network that Chapman will enter spring training as the team's closer.

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2015

Somehow Chapman found a way to be more dominant in 2014 than he had ever been before. He struck out a record 52.4% of the batters he faced, averaging 100.3 mph on his fastball, a full 2.0 mph faster than in 2013. He did all of that despite the scary spring training head injury that forced him to miss the first five weeks of the season. If Chapman has a weakness, it's his command -- he walked 12.0% of the batters he faced. Chapman is still evolving as a pitcher, too. He added a changeup (throwing it 6.7% of the time) and threw his slider more often (24.5%, as opposed 14.6 in 2013). The only question is how early do you want to take the plunge, and if you do get him, how do you support him with other pitchers?

2014

For the second offseason in a row, Chapman's role hasn't yet been determined. Former manager Dusty Baker was the primary impediment to the plan to move Chapman to the starting rotation (though Chapman himself didn't seem to be sold on the idea -- whether he was always uncertain or whether Baker pushed him in that direction is up for debate), and now that Bryan Price has taken over as the manager, that door remains open. One thing seems likely -- even if Chapman closes, his usage won't be as rigid as it was last season, when often it was "save situation or bust" -- the Reds lost six extra-innings games where Chapman never got into the game. When he got on the mound, Chapman had a few hiccups but was typically dominant again, carrying a 15.8 K/9. His walk rate and home-run rate both trickled upward, and on occasion he struggled with his secondary offerings.

2013

Chapman finished 2012 with a fantastic season as the Reds' closer. The Reds plan to convert Chapman to a starter for 2013 with Jonathan Broxton taking over as closer, but plenty of durability questions remain. He went through a dead-arm period in September despite the Reds taking great pains not to overextend him, plus he was shut down in the fall of 2011 at the Arizona Fall League when the Reds tried to stretch him out. Moreover, there's a pretty good argument that the Reds benefit the most by him pitching so well in high-leverage situations. The transition will be interesting to watch and the Reds plan to cap his innings and have him start between 25-30 games. With his excellent strikeout potential, he should be a very tempting player on draft day.

2012

Chapman's primary issue this upcoming season is the same as it was entering 2011 - what is his role? The Reds wanted to transition him back to a starting role, but he experienced shoulder soreness in the Arizona Fall League after two outings and was shut down for winter, not pitching at all in Puerto Rico after being slated for a starting role there. When Chapman was healthy in 2011, he was dominant, but when he was off a little he was off a lot. The end result was a 71:41 K:BB and a 3.60 ERA over only 50 innings. The Reds absolutely need to find a way to better maximize his value, whether it be as a starter or as a high-leverage reliever. Another year of the same will be a waste of a tremendous asset. He won't be used as a closer, with the Reds signing Ryan Madson to fill that role in January.

2011

What is Chapman's ultimate role with the Reds? Right now he's still in the bullpen, as the top set-up man, but he could either start for the Reds this year or could replace closer Francisco Cordero. Because the Reds already have six viable starter candidates, Chapman is more likely to stick in the bullpen for another year. There's some concern about Chapman's stamina should he transition back to starting, and obviously his velocity won't peak as high if he does get stretched out. Either way, his tremendous fastball (MLB record 105 mph) and slider will continue to wow crowds and confound opposing hitters. He should have value even if he doesn't close or start for the Reds in 2011.

2010

Chapman may be the top international pitching prospect in the world. A lefty with a fastball that's reportedly been clocked at 102 mph, he was viewed as one of Cuba's top players before he defected last July. At age 21, he's seen as having tremendous upside and drew attention from many MLB teams, and eventually signed with the Reds. However, he may need to spend a full season in the minors before he's ready to face major league hitters. In his only test against major league hitters, he had a 5.68 ERA in 6.1 innings for Cuba in the 2009 World Baseball Classic - but did regularly hit 100 mph. He'll battle for a final rotation spot this spring.