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Aug 12, 2022 0 3 4.13 9
Aug 9, 2022 0 3 4.28 9 2
Aug 8, 2022 0 3 4.44 9 2.5
Aug 6, 2022 0 3 4.62 9 2
Aug 1, 2022 0 3 4.81 9 2.5

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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2022 942.9 27.3 3 9 30 18 4.28 1.39
2021 351.55.8 56.3 6 4 30 97 38 3.36 1.31
2020 544.2 11.7 1 1 3 22 4 3.09 0.86
3y Avg. 2675.9 41.7 3 2 23 68 22 2.81 1.18
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  • Yankees' Aroldis Chapman: Was lined up to close

    Chapman would have closed Friday's game against the Cardinals if Clay Holmes had held the one-run lead in the eighth inning, according to manager Aaron Boone, Pete Caldera of The Bergen Record reports. Holmes came on to pitch the eighth inning with a 3-2 lead and proceeded to give up two runs, denying Chapman a save opportunity in the ninth inning. Chapman has a 6.10 ERA, 1.16 WHIP and 14 strikeouts in 10.1 innings across 12 appearances since he returned to action July 2.
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  • Yankees' Aroldis Chapman: Continues to struggle

    Chapman allowed three runs on two hits and one walk while retiring only one batter (via strikeout) Friday versus Baltimore. Chapman was brought in at a relatively stress-free point with the Yankees up 7-3 in the seventh inning. However, the veteran reliever allowed the Orioles to get right back into the contest, surrendering a single and a walk before serving up a three-run homer to Anthony Santander. Since returning to big-league action July 1, Chapman has given up at least one run in four of eight appearances and has posted an ugly 9.95 ERA and 1.74 WHIP over 6.1 innings. The strikeouts are still there -- he's fanned nine batters over that span -- but he's also issued seven walks and given up two home runs. Clay Holmes picked up his 17th save Friday and may have the full-time closer role locked up, but the Yankees would love to see Chapman figure things out given the loss of top setup man Michael King to a likely season-ending elbow fracture.
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  • Yankees' Aroldis Chapman: Struggles in loss Sunday

    Chapman (0-3) took the loss against Boston on Sunday, allowing one run on one hit and two walks while striking out two over one inning. Chapman came on in the sixth inning with the game tied 6-6, and he allowed the first three batters he faced to reach base on a single and two walks. The veteran reliever bounced back to retire the next three hitters -- including two by strikeout -- but a Jeter Downs sacrifice fly allowed the go-ahead run to cross the plate, and New York was unable to score again in the contest. Chapman has allowed three runs and has walked five batters over three innings since returning from the IL on July 1. It seems unlikely that he'll regain the closer role until he gets back on track.
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  • Yankees' Aroldis Chapman: Pitches in seventh inning

    Chapman pitched in the seventh inning in the first game of Saturday's doubleheader against the Guardians and walked all three batters he faced. He was charged with two earned runs. Chapman, in his return from a bout with Achilles tendinitis, couldn't find the strike zone. He threw just seven of his 19 pitches for strikes. While Chapman didn't issue a walk during his minor-league rehab assignment, he was all over the place before hitting the IL, and until he starts showing some resemblance to his old self, it will be an easy call for manager Aaron Boone to keep Clay Holmes as the top option for saves.
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  • Yankees' Aroldis Chapman: To pitch in late innings

    Chapman is expected to pitch any time in the last three innings for now, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports. Chapman wasn't at his best in the early part of the season, posting a 3.86 ERA and 15:10 K:BB in 14 innings. He was activated off the injured list Friday after missing nearly six weeks with an Achilles injury and returns to find Clay Holmes established in the closer role, as Holmes has saved 14 games while posting a 0.49 ERA. Chapman could reclaim his job if he pitches well enough to earn it, but it looks like he won't be used exclusively in the closer role right out of the gate.
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  • Yankees' Aroldis Chapman: Comes off IL

    Chapman (Achilles) was activated off the 15-day injured list Friday. As expected, Chapman returns to the bullpen for the start of this weekend's series in Cleveland. Soon enough, the lefty figures to be pitching in late-game, high-leverage situations for the first-place Yankees.
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  • Yankees' Aroldis Chapman: Likely to return Friday

    Yankees manager Aaron Boone said he's "probably leaning more towards Friday" for activating Chapman (Achilles) from the 15-day injured list, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports. Chapman was sharp Tuesday in what was likely his third and final rehab appearance in the minors. After making a couple outings with Double-A Somerset, he moved up to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre and struck out two over a scoreless inning with the club. With Boone noting earlier in the week that Clay Holmes has proven worthy of the closer's role based on how he's performed while Chapman has been out, Laura Albanese of Newsday suggests that Chapman could be eased back into the Yankees' late-inning mix with some lower-leverage opportunities in his initial relief appearances upon coming off the IL.
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  • Yankees' Aroldis Chapman: Slated for another rehab appearance

    Chapman (Achilles) will make a rehab appearance at Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Tuesday, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports. Chapman's appearance in Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Tuesday is expected to be his final rehab outing prior to him rejoining the major-league club. Over his first two Triple-A appearances, he struck out two in two scoreless innings. It's possible that the Yankees wait to activate the southpaw from the injured list Thursday if they don't want him to pitch on back-to-back days, but his return is imminent. Manager Aaron Boone said Monday that Clay Holmes has "certainly earned the closer's role," so it's possible that the Yankees ease Chapman back into action with some setup duties, Laura Albanese of Newsday reports.
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  • Yankees' Aroldis Chapman: Likely to be activated this week

    Chapman (Achilles) struck out one over a perfect inning Sunday for Double-A Somerset in his second minor-league rehab appearance. Chapman needed only 11 pitches to retire the side, with his fastball hovering in the 93-to-94 mile-per-hour range and topping out at 98, according to Greg Johnson of The Trentonian. After a pair of clean innings at Somerset over the weekend, Chapman looks like he'll be ready to rejoin the Yankees for their three-game home series with the Athletics that begins Monday. Since Chapman pitched Sunday and the Yankees may not want to make him available on back-to-back days just yet, the club could wait until Tuesday to activate him from the 15-day injured list. Manager Aaron Boone's previous comments have suggested that Chapman will recapture primary closing duties for the Yankees once reinstated, though Clay Holmes could also receive more usage in higher-leverage situations than he had prior to Chapman landing on the shelf.
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  • Yankees' Aroldis Chapman: Tosses scoreless rehab inning

    Chapman (Achilles) completed one scoreless inning for Double-A Somerset on Friday, allowing one hit and striking out one batter. Chapman threw eight pitches in the outing -- five of which were strikes -- and sat at 96-99 mph on his fastball, per Mike Ashmore of MyCJ Sports. This was his first rehab appearance since he went on the 15-day injured list May 24. According to Meredith Marakovits of YES Network, Chapman had no issues in the outing and will throw again Sunday. That could put him in line to rejoin the Yankees next week.
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  • Yankees' Aroldis Chapman: Rehab assignment begins Friday

    Chapman (Achilles) will begin a rehab assignment at Double-A Somerset on Friday. Chapman has been on the injured list for a month but has now been cleared to return to game action at the Double-A level. He'll likely be able to rejoin the Yankees following a brief rehab assignment, so it wouldn't be surprising to see him activated early next week. Once Chapman is deemed fully healthy, it's certainly possible that Clay Holmes maintains a share of the closer role, as Holmes has converted 10 of his last 11 save chances while posting a 0.59 ERA and 0.65 WHIP in 15.1 innings over his last 14 appearances.
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  • Yankees' Aroldis Chapman: Cleared for rehab assignment

    Chapman (Achilles) will report to Double-A Somerset this weekend for a rehab assignment, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports. The veteran left-hander was scheduled to throw live batting practice Tuesday, and it was apparently the final hurdle before Chapman could be cleared for a minor-league rehab assignment. Chapman should require only a couple games in the minors to get back up to speed, so he could rejoin the Yankees' active roster early next week.
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  • Yankees' Aroldis Chapman: Facing hitters Tuesday

    Chapman (Achilles) is scheduled to throw a live batting practice session Tuesday at the Yankees' spring complex in Tampa, Julia Kreuz of MLB.com reports. Chapman has said that he hopes to return from the 15-day injured list without requiring a minor-league rehab assignment beforehand, but the Yankees will see how he fares while facing hitters Tuesday prior to deciding on his next step. Before he was placed on the IL on May 24 with left Achilles tendinitis, Chapman was beginning to lose some security as the Yankees' closer after giving up at least one earned run in five consecutive outings. While Chapman has been out, Clay Holmes has been lights-out as the Yankees' closer, but manager Aaron Boone said last week that he prefers to deploy Holmes as a high-leverage reliever rather than a pure ninth-inning man once the club is back to full strength. If that ends up being the case, Chapman could re-emerge as the Yankees' main closer once activated, though Boone likely won't hesitate to feed Holmes some save chances every now and then.
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  • Yankees' Aroldis Chapman: Will face live hitters soon

    Chapman (Achilles) threw fastballs and sliders off the Yankee Stadium mound Tuesday and will next face live hitters, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports. Chapman hasn't pitched in a game for the Yankees in over three weeks, but he appears to be nearing a return. The veteran closer has said that he hopes to avoid a minor-league rehab assignment, though it's unclear if the organization has the same stance. Hoch reported Wednesday that manager Aaron Boone plans to use fill-in closer Clay Holmes in high-leverage situations -- not necessarily in the ninth inning -- upon Chapman's return, implying that the latter will still have the opportunity to save games upon his activation.
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  • Yankees' Aroldis Chapman: Tossing from mound Tuesday

    Chapman (Achilles) is expected to throw from a bullpen mound Tuesday, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports. Chapman pitched from a bullpen mound Saturday and is slated to do so again Tuesday. He is reportedly pain-free and hopeful that he can return to the Yankees without a minor-league rehab assignment. It's unclear how the club will deploy him after his activation given the dominance of current closer Clay Holmes (nine saves, 0.31 ERA, 29:3 K:BB) this season.
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  • Yankees' Aroldis Chapman: Bullpen session on tap

    Chapman (Achilles) is scheduled to throw a bullpen session Saturday, Marly Rivera of ESPN.com reports. The veteran left-hander is pain-free and has been playing catch since landing on the injured list with Achilles tendinitis May 24, but Saturday's bullpen will be his first time back on the mound. Chapman will likely require a few bullpen sessions before being considered for activation, but he could be back within the next couple weeks if all goes well.
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  • Yankees' Aroldis Chapman: Reportedly pain-free

    Chapman (Achilles) is no longer experiencing pain, according to Yankees manager Aaron Boone, and he could throw a bullpen session near the end of the week, Brian Hall of MLB.com reports. Chapman has been playing catch, but he's yet to throw from a mound since going on the injured list May 24. The veteran reliever appears to be close to throwing a bullpen session, so it's feasible that he could be activated within the next few weeks. However, Chapman stated Tuesday that there's not yet a timetable for his return.
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  • Yankees' Aroldis Chapman: Plays catch Tuesday

    Chapman (Achilles) was cleared to resume playing catch Tuesday, Meredith Marakovits of YES Network reports. The activity marks the first notable step forward in the recovery process for Chapman since he was placed on the 15-day injured list a week ago due to left Achilles tendinitis. The Yankees have yet to announce a timeline for Chapman's return, but based on his limited activity to date, he seems unlikely to be activated when first eligible June 7.
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  • Yankees' Aroldis Chapman: Placed on injured list

    Chapman was placed on the 15-day injured list Tuesday due to left Achilles tendinitis. Chapman struggled significantly over his last five outings, giving up at least one run in all five and posting a 14.73 ERA and 3.27 WHIP over that stretch. It's unclear to what extent he was battling Achilles issues throughout that time. He'll miss at least 15 days, with the Yankees yet to give a timeline for his return beyond that point. Clay Holmes hasn't given up a run since his first outing of the year and appears to be the top choice to close games until Chapman returns.
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  • Yankees' Aroldis Chapman: Move to IL likely

    Yankees manager Aaron Boone said Tuesday that Chapman (Achilles) is likely to be placed on the 15-day injured list, Pete Caldera of The Bergen Record reports. Before making any roster move, the Yankees will likely wait and see how Chapman looks Wednesday, the final day that the team would be able to backdate a stint on the IL. At the moment, however, Boone doesn't seem optimistic that Chapman will demonstrate enough progress in his recovery from left Achilles' tendinitis to avoid a two-plus-week absence. With Chapman expected to go on the IL, Clay Holmes looks like the top candidate to pick up saves for the Yankees in the interim.
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