Chapman (2-2) took the loss Monday as the Yankees fell 5-4 to the Rays, striking out two but giving up three hits -- including a three-run home run by Travis d'Arnaud -- in an inning of relief.
While it was Chapman's fourth blown save of the year against 25 saves, this was actually the first time all season the Yankees had lost a game they were winning after eight innings. The veteran closer now sports a 2.45 ERA and 53:12 K:BB through 36.2 IP.
Chapman picked up the saved after striking out one in the ninth inning Sunday against the Blue Jays.
Chapman blew a save July 4 against the Rays, but he's since managed to bounce back by picking up a pair of saves. The 31-year-old flamethrower currently leads the American League with 25 saves, and he owns a 1.77 ERA with 51 punchouts over 35.2 frames.
Chapman recorded the final two outs of the game to pick up the save Friday against the Rays, striking out one and walking one.
Chapman entered the bottom of the 11th with a four-run lead but runners on first and second. He brought the tying run to the plate with two outs but got Tommy Pham to line out to end the game. He now has 24 saves on the season.
Chapman (2-1) blew the save but picked up the win against the Rays on Thursday, giving up two earned runs on three hits over one inning as the Yankees' eventually prevailed 8-4 in 10 innings. He struck out two and walked two.
The normally dominant left-hander melted down in this contest, coughing up a two-run lead for his third blown save before the Yankees rallied in the bottom of the 10th and got him his second win of the season. It was a forgettable outing, but Chapman has remained one of the best closers in baseball during the first half of 2019, as he's still sporting an excellent 1.85 ERA, a 1.09 WHIP and 23 saves through 34 innings.
Chapman allowed one run on two hits with two strikeouts but still earned the save Tuesday against the Blue Jays.
Chapman only gave up a pair of singles, but a wild pitch allowed a baserunner to move into scoring position and break a string of 17 straight outings without an earned run allowed. The veteran left-hander is 23-for-25 in save chances with a 1.45 ERA, 0.97 WHIP and 44:9 K:BB this season.
Chapman gave up an unearned run on one hit and struck out one to record his 22nd save of the season in Monday's 10-8 win over the Blue Jays.
The lefty closer now has a dazzling 1.20 ERA on the year, in large part because his defense keeps letting him down -- Chapman's been scored upon three times in his last 11 appearances, but he hasn't actually been charged with an earned run since May 9. His 42:9 K:BB through 30 innings also suggests that ERA is a fair reflection of his overall performance.
Chapman picked up the save after allowing a hit and a walk while striking out two in a scoreless ninth inning Friday night against Houston.
Chapman entered Friday's contest with a three-run lead, though the Astros put up a fight before falling 4-1. The leadoff batter walked to begin the frame, and the tying run stepped to the plate with two outs, but Chapman managed to fan the final hitter to secure the victory. The 31-year-old southpaw continues to rack up the saves, as he now sits with 21 on the season after converting nine of his last 10 opportunities.
Chapman recorded the final out without allowing a baserunner in Thursday's contest the Astros to earn his 20th save of the season.
Chapman was called upon in the final frame to uphold a four-run lead with runners on first and third. He retired Josh Reddick on a seven-pitch at-bat to successfully shut the door. He's now 20-for-22 in converting save chances this season, also providing a strong 1.29 ERA and 0.89 WHIP with 39 strikeouts across 28 innings.
Chapman struck out the side in order during the ninth inning to record his 19th save in a 6-3 victory against the Rays on Tuesday.
This was a great way to respond after Chapman blew his last save opportunity June 9. Chapman actually hasn't been racking up too many strikeouts lately, but with three Tuesday, he has 39 punchouts in 27.2 frames this season. He is 1-1 with 19 saves in 21 chances.
Chapman (1-1) gave up one run (no earned) on one hit and one walk while striking out one through one inning, but he ended up taking the win over the Indians on Sunday.
Chapman entered the game with a one-run lead and put a runner in scoring position after committing a throwing error on a pickoff attempt. That run came around to score to give the left-hander his second blown save. The Yankees came through with the go-ahead in the 10th inning, though, to give Chapman his first win of the season. This outing looks more like the exception than the rule for Chapman; he hasn't allowed an earned run in his last 12 outings. He boasts a 1.40 ERA with 18 saves through 27 appearances.
Chapman gave up one hit and one walk in a scoreless ninth inning to secure the save in Saturday's win versus the Red Sox.
Chapman didn't record a strikeout and certainly didn't have his best command -- only five of 12 pitches thrown were strikes -- but he utilized a double play to take the air out of a potential Boston rally. The veteran left-hander has a 1.52 ERA, 0.93 WHIP and 34:7 K:BB while converting 17-of-18 save chances this season.
Chapman struck out two batters in an inning of relief to record his 16th save of the season in a 4-1 victory over the Red Sox on Friday.
The 31-year-old fanned only two batters in his last three innings prior to Friday, so it was nice to see Chapman back to his strikeout ways. Despite fewer punchouts over the last week, he experienced a dominant month, posting a 0.80 ERA while going 10-for-10 in May save chances. Overall, Chapman owns a 1.59 ERA, 0.88 WHIP and 34 strikeouts this season. He is also 16-for-17 in save opportunities.
Chapman allowed one hit but still recorded his 15th save of the year in a 5-2 victory against the Padres on Monday.
Despite the hit, Chapman retired the Padres on 11 pitches in large part because he didn't record any strikeouts. This was the first time all season Chapman didn't register a punchout during an outing. He is 15-for-16 in save chances with a 1.66 ERA, 0.92 WHIP and 32 strikeouts in 21.2 innings this season.
Chapman struck out one and allowed one unearned run on a walk but earned the save in Game 2 of Saturday's doubleheader against the Royals.
Chapman was asking for trouble when he issued a four-pitch walk to pinch hitter Billy Hamilton, and he compounded the problem with a throwing error on a pickoff attempt. Hamilton advanced to third base and subsequently scored on a sacrifice fly. The veteran left-hander has a 1.74 ERA, 0.92 WHIP and 32:6 K:BB over 20.2 innings and has converted 14-of-15 save chances this season.
Chapman picked up the save against the Orioles on Wednesday, working around a walk to post a scoreless ninth inning and preserve the Yankees' 7-5 victory. He struck out one.
It was the 13th save of the season for the dominant lefty, who has been locked in lately. Chapman hasn't given up an earned run since May 9, lowering his ERA to 1.83 and his WHIP to 0.92 to go along with 31 strikeouts over 19.2 innings. He has very much retained his customary status as one of the most reliable closers in baseball to start 2019.
Chapman allowed one walk while striking out three through a scoreless inning to record his 12th save in a 10-7 win over the Orioles on Monday.
Chapman entered the ninth inning with a three-run lead and generated five swinging strikes as he nailed down his 12th save of the season. Over the last month, he has 10 saves and a 1.54 ERA with a 22:3 K:BB.
Chapman retired all three batters he faced in a 2-1 loss to the Rays on Saturday.
Entering the ninth inning in a tie game, Chapman kept the score tied by inducing a groundout and striking out two. In his last 10 appearances dating back to April 24, the left-hander is 8-for-8 in save opportunities and has allowed just one run in 8.2 innings with a 15:2 K:BB.
Chapman recorded two saves in Wednesday's doubleheader against the Orioles, allowing one hit while striking out four over two scoreless innings.
Chapman had little trouble preserving the Yankees' leads. He's shown no signs of slowing down despite early concerns about his velocity, as he's recorded at least one strikeout in each of his 18 appearances this season. Chapman's paired 25 strikeouts across 16.2 innings with a strong 2.16 ERA and 0.96 WHIP to remain one of the more reliable closers to begin the campaign.
Chapman allowed a hit and struck out two to pick up the save Friday against the Rays.
Chapman retired the first two batters without much trouble, and even though he allowed the tying run to reach first base on a single, he managed to fan the final batter to ensure victory. The left-hander has converted five straight save opportunities and owns a 2.45 ERA with 21 punchouts in 2019.
Chapman picked up the save against the Mariners on Thursday, giving up one run on one hit in the ninth inning while closing out the Yankees' 3-1 victory. He struck out one with no walks.
Chapman was staked to a 3-0 lead and gave up a solo home run to Domingo Santana, but he was eventually able to lock up his eighth save in nine opportunities. The left-hander is sporting a 2.63 ERA and a 1.02 WHIP to go along with a 19:3 K:BB over 13.2 innings.
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