Chapman (4-1) was tagged with the loss and a blown save after allowing four runs on four hits without recording an out Thursday against the Twins.
Chapman was unable to retire anyone Thursday, as he allowed Josh Donaldson and Nelson Cruz to homer, and he also gave up singles to Jorge Polanco and Willians Astudillo. The star reliever ended a streak of five straight games without allowing a run, and he should bounce back sooner than later with his role as the team's closer well secured.
Chapman walked two and struck out two in a scoreless ninth inning to earn the save Wednesday against the Rays.
Chapman was called upon to maintain a one-run lead. He walked the first two batters he faced, but then retired three in a row to record his 12th save. Chapman is extremely secure in his role as closer and has also delivered excellent results as he's allowed only one earned run across 22 innings while striking out 42.
Chapman (illness) tossed a scoreless inning against Detroit on Friday, allowing a walk and notching one strikeout.
Chapman missed two days while suffering from a non-COVID-19 illness, but he was able to get back on the mound Friday. The fireballer entered a tie game in the bottom of the ninth inning and immediately issued a walk, though the Tigers were unable to get a run across the plate. New York then took a lead in the 10th frame, but manager Aaron Boone opted against putting Chapman on the mound for a second inning, and Detroit ultimately pulled the game out with a pair of runs against Justin Wilson. Chapman should be good to go moving forward as he looks to build upon a season in which he has secured 11 saves while registering a 0.45 ERA and 38:9 K:BB across 20 innings.
Chapman has been unavailable the last two days due to illness, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.
Manager Aaron Boone was hopeful that Chapman would be able to return Friday. He also noted that Chapman has tested negative for COVID-19, but that he may not fly with the team to Detroit out of precaution. Chad Green picked up a save in Chapman's place Thursday.
Chapman (4-0) allowed one run on a hit and a walk while striking out one in one inning to earn the win against the White Sox on Sunday.
Chapman was charged with a blown save since he gave up his first run of the season to tie the game in the top of the ninth inning Sunday. However, the Yankees scored the winning run in the bottom of the ninth inning to give Chapman his fourth win of the 2021 campaign. He's now posted a 0.47 ERA and 0.74 WHIP in 19 innings this season.
Chapman (3-0) pitched a scoreless ninth inning Friday against the White Sox, allowing one walk with zero strikeouts while picking up the win.
He came on during a 1-1 game in the top of the ninth and Gleyber Torres walked it off in the bottom of the ninth, leaving Chapman as the pitcher of record. Chapman has been completely automatic this season, as he has yet to allow a run while striking out 36 in 18 innings.
Chapman fired a scoreless inning to pick up the save against the Rangers on Thursday, allowing one walk while striking out two.
Another game, another unbeatable performance by Chapman. The southpaw has still yet to give up a run or blow a save opportunity this season, rendering him a top-ranked closer. He's given up just five hits and six walks while whiffing 36 batters across 17 innings of work.
Chapman gave up a hit and struck out three in a scoreless ninth inning Tuesday to record his 10th save of the season in a 7-4 win over the Rangers.
It's the sixth time in 16 appearances this season Chapman has gotten all his outs via strikeout. The veteran closer has been almost untouchable so far, and he has yet to give up an earned run or blow a save while piling up a 34:5 K:BB through 16 innings.
Chapman pitched a clean ninth while striking out a batter en route to earning his ninth save of the season in a 1-0 win over the Rays on Wednesday.
Chapman was reported to have been pitching through a fingernail issue after he picked up a save in Tuesday's win over the Rays but did not appear to be bothered by it at all after manager Aaron Boone confirmed he was "fine." The hard-throwing lefty has looked as dominant as ever in his age-33 season, as he's third in Major League Baseball with nine saves and has yet to allow a run while sporting a 31:5 K:BB over 15 innings.
Manager Aaron Boone said Chapman is "fine" after pitching through a fingernail issue during Tuesday's win over the Rays, Lindsey Adler of The Athletic reports. The left-hander recorded the save by delivering a scoreless ninth inning with one strikeout and one walk.
The 33-year-old notched his eighth save of the season despite the fingernail issue cropping up, and he has yet to blow a save opportunity this season. Chapman's availability going forward shouldn't be in doubt, but it's worth keeping an eye on his status the next couple days. He has yet to allow a run with a 30:5 K:BB through 14 innings.
Chapman (2-0) allowed one hit and no walks while striking out one in a scoreless ninth inning to earn the win against the Nationals on Sunday.
Chapman gave up an unearned run in the 10th inning of Saturday's game, but he earned his second win of the season Sunday by preserving the tie game in the ninth inning before Giancarlo Stanton hit a walkoff single. The southpaw has now posted a 0.62 WHIP and 29:4 K:BB in 13 scoreless innings this season.
Chapman pitched a perfect ninth inning to earn the save in Wednesday's 6-3 win over Houston. He struck out two.
Chapman has been nearly unhittable all season, as he's allowed just two hits and three walks in 11 innings. The Yankees' closer has yet to give up a run, and he owns a sparkling 26:3 K:BB in 11 appearances. He remains perfect in save chances, with all seven coming in his last eight outings.
Chapman struck out two in a perfect ninth inning to earn the save against the Tigers on Sunday.
Chapman tossed a perfect ninth inning against Detroit on Saturday, and he replicated his performance Sunday to earn his sixth save in his last seven appearances. The southpaw has posted a 0.50 WHIP and 24:3 K:BB in 10 scoreless innings across his first 10 appearances of the season.
Chapman recorded two strikeouts and didn't allow a baserunner during the ninth inning to earn the save during Saturday's 6-4 win over Detroit.
The veteran lefty made quick work of the Tigers as he needed only seven pitches to retire the side in order. Chapman has converted all five save opportunities this season and has a 22:3 K:BB with only two hits allowed through nine innings.
Chapman pitched a perfect ninth inning with one strikeout to earn the save in Friday's 5-3 win over Cleveland.
Chapman has allowed just two hits and three walks over seven innings to start 2021. He's racked up 17 strikeouts -- Friday was the first time this year he didn't fan multiple batters in an outing. The Yankees' closer has four saves and a 1-0 record across seven appearances.
Chapman struck out three and allowed one walk in a scoreless ninth inning to earn the save Thursday against Cleveland.
Chapman had a three-run cushion in the ninth inning and had no trouble slamming the door to earn his third save of the season. He's completely dominated the opposition early on, piling up 16 strikeouts across six innings of work while allowing only two hits and no earned runs.
Chapman walked one and struck out two in a scoreless ninth inning Tuesday to record his second save of the season in a 3-1 win over Atlanta.
The flamethrowing lefty hasn't had many save chances yet due to the Yankees' struggles, but Chapman has been all but untouchable to begin the season. He has yet to give up a run through five innings over five appearances with a 13:2 K:BB.
Chapman gave up a hit and struck out two in a scoreless ninth inning Monday to record his first save of the season in a 3-1 win over the Blue Jays.
Randal Grichuk led off the ninth with a double, but Chapman let him get no further and needed only 12 pitches (nine strikes) to nail down the save. The southpaw has been absolutely filthy to begin the season, keeping a 0.00 ERA through four innings, and Cavan Biggio's flyout Monday was the first batter Chapman has set down on something other than a strikeout.
Chapman (1-0) struck out the side and allowed one hit during his lone inning of work Sunday against the Rays, earning his first win of the season.
Chapman pitched the ninth with the game tied 4-4, and he was absolutely filthy -- despite allowing a two-out double to Mike Zunino, Chapman struck out the side and threw 10 of his 13 pitches for strikes. Chapman has yet to record a save this season, but he has pitched three straight scoreless outings while fanning nine across three innings of work.
Chapman walked one batter in a scoreless ninth inning during Monday's 7-0 win over Baltimore. He struck out three batters.
After serving a two-game suspension to start the year, Chapman looked impressive in his 2021 debut. He threw 13 of 19 pitches for strikes and made fairly quick work of the heart of Baltimore's lineup. Of course, he'll usually work in save situations moving forward.
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