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New York Post Oct 18, 2017
Aroldis Chapman rebounds from Game 2 loss

Aroldis Chapman rebounds from Game 2 loss

The last time Aroldis Chapman pitched in the ALCS, he allowed the game-winning double in a crushing Game 2 defeat in Houston. It was the lefty’s only appearance since last Wednesday, as Chapman went from a heavy workload to barely getting on the mound. And for most of Tuesday’s 6-4 comeback win in Game 4...
Larry Brown Sports Oct 14, 2017

AJ Hinch: Gary Pettis ‘most aggressive third base coach in league’

A bold decision by third base coach Gary Pettis helped the Astros take a 2-0 series lead over the Yankees in the American League Championship Series. With one out in the bottom of the ninth inning and the game tied 1-1, Carolos Correa hit a pitch from Aroldis Chapman to the gap in right field....Read More
New York Post Oct 12, 2017
Aroldis Chapman stared down his ghosts of last year

Aroldis Chapman stared down his ghosts of last year

CLEVELAND — Aroldis Chapman picked up the save in Wednesday night’s 5-2 Game 5 victory over the Indians to finish off the Yankees’ ALDS win at Progressive Field. On the same field a year ago, he gave up a game-tying homer to Rajai Davis in the eighth inning of Game 7 of the World Series...
Sports Illustrated Oct 12, 2017

Heroics From Didi Gregorious, Brett Gardner and Aroldis Chapman Have Yankees in ALCS

Didi Gregarious, Brett Gardner and Aroldis Chapman powered the Yankees to a decisive NLDS Game 5 victory against the Indians.
New York Post Oct 11, 2017
Yankees complete comeback in Game 5 thriller to reach ALCS

Yankees complete comeback in Game 5 thriller to reach ALCS

CLEVELAND — The last time the Yankees left Progressive Field they were nine innings away from winter. When they departed the same facility early Thursday morning they were on the way to the ALCS. Until Aroldis Chapman struck out Austin Jackson looking to close a 5-2 win over the Indians in Game 5 of the...
River Ave. Blues Oct 9, 2017

2017 ALDS Game Four: Indians at Yankees

The Yankees aren’t done yet. They won an instant classic in Game Three last night to force Game Four tonight. What a game that was, huh? Masahiro Tanaka was marvelous, Aaron Judge robbed a home run, Greg Bird hit the home run, Aroldis Chapman nailed down the save … that’s one of those games we’re […] The post 2017 ALDS Game Four: Indians at Yankees appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
New York Daily News Oct 9, 2017
Aroldis Chapman rewards Joe Girardi’s faith in him

Aroldis Chapman rewards Joe Girardi’s faith in him

Aroldis Chapman rewards Joe Girardi’s faith in him with stellar performance.
New York Post Oct 9, 2017
Aroldis Chapman comes up big with multi-inning save

Aroldis Chapman comes up big with multi-inning save

Masahiro Tanaka saved the Yankees on Sunday night, but Aroldis Chapman saved the game in a 1-0 win over the Indians in Game 3 of the ALDS at Yankee Stadium — barely. For a second straight outing, Joe Girardi called upon Chapman to get at least five outs and each time, the lefty did the...
Washington Times Oct 8, 2017

Tanaka, Judge save Yanks; Bird homers for 1-0 win in Game 3

NEW YORK (AP) - Masahiro Tanaka's seven-inning gem was saved when Aaron Judge prevented a home run in right field, and Greg Bird homered to give the New York Yankees a 1-0 victory over the Cleveland Indians in Game 3 on Sunday night, extending their AL Division Series. Aroldis Chapman ...
Washington Times Oct 8, 2017

Girardi says he believes Chapman's online jab was accident

NEW YORK (AP) - Joe Girardi says Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman has apologized to him for accidentally "liking" a user's comment on Instagram calling the New York manager an "imbecile." Girardi says Sunday he believes it was an accident. He says Chapman was concerned about the gaffe late Friday night ...
New York Daily News Oct 8, 2017
Girardi on Aroldis Chapman Instagram flap: ‘It was an accident’

Girardi on Aroldis Chapman Instagram flap: ‘It was an accident’

Joe Girardi believes it was “an accident” that Aroldis Chapman “liked” an Instagram post.
Sports Illustrated Oct 8, 2017

Aroldis Chapman Reportedly Apologizes for Liking Instagram Comment Calling Joe Girardi an 'Imbecile'

The Yankees closer 'liked' an Instagram comment calling manager Joe Girardi 'a complete imbecile.'
New York Post Oct 7, 2017
Yanks say Chapman ‘imbecile’ Instagram faux pas was an accident

Yanks say Chapman ‘imbecile’ Instagram faux pas was an accident

According to a Yankees official, Aroldis Chapman didn’t intentionally “like’’ an Instagram post comment that called Joe Girardi an imbecile following the ALDS loss Friday night to the Indians in Cleveland. Chapman inadvertently like the post while scrolling through social media on the flight home. When the team landed, a PR official noticed it and...
New York Daily News Oct 7, 2017
Yankees say Chapman accidentally ‘liked’ anti-Joe comment

Yankees say Chapman accidentally ‘liked’ anti-Joe comment

Aroldis Chapman didn't mean to like what he liked.
Larry Brown Sports Oct 7, 2017

Aroldis Chapman likes Instagram post calling Joe Girari an ‘imbecile’

Joe Girardi may have cost the New York Yankees a win in Game 2 of the ALDS Friday night when he did not challenge a critical call, and it would appear flame-throwing reliever Aroldis Chapman is among those who are frustrated with the manager. With the Yankees leading 8-3 and two out in the bottom...Read More

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