Falling Chapman, what the hell was he doing at home… Trouble, is it an accident or a trick again?
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The career of Aroldis Chapman (35, Kansas City), who was once called the best closer in the major leagues, is on the decline. He showed jagged pitches and pitches on the ground, and in recent years, private life problems have frequently erupted and he has been shunned by clubs.
Before this season, he got a chance to recover by signing a contract with Kansas City for a one-year guarantee of 3.75 million dollars (about 5 billion won) and up to 8.75 million dollars (about 11.5 billion won) including incentives, but it is difficult from the start. It is because he was unable to complete the originally scheduled spring training schedule due to an injury around his mouth for an ‘unspecified’ reason.
According to local media reports, including the official MLB website (MLB.com), Chapman suffered an injury around his mouth at home last weekend. The exact reason is not known, but the club’s ‘approximate’ explanation is that he slipped at home.
바카라 It was officially announced that his teeth were cracked, his lips injured and eventually stitched up. The swelling around his mouth can’t go away in one day. He ultimately missed the bullpen pitching he was supposed to do.
Chapman plans to digest the delayed bullpen pitching on March 1 (Korean time), but local fans are not happy with Chapman, who had a problem from the start. It is true that the pace is somewhat slow when the demonstration game has already begun. Chapman, who came to the free agent market ahead of this season, struggled to find a team for a long time. On top of that, it is only natural that he is concerned about his slow debut in the demonstration game.
A suspicious mouth injury is unlikely to have a huge impact on his preparation for the season, but Chapman, who needs to restore his honor, is bound to be sensitive to minor injuries. Chapman, who has an earned run average of just 2.48 in 667 major league games, suffered an incomprehensible pitch hunt last year, posting an earned run average (4.46) in the 4-point range for the first time since his debut.
His record fell, and during the season, he even had an infection on his tattooed skin, and he was also the one who caused the New York Yankees, his team at the time, to boil. Kansas City signed a low-risk contract with the possibility of his rebound in mind, but if he doesn’t make a comeback this year, Chapman’s future career will be uncertain. It would be fortunate if it ended with a simple accident or even a season trick.
The career of Aroldis Chapman (35, Kansas City), who was once called the best closer in the major leagues, is on the decline. He showed jagged pitches and pitches on the ground, and in recent years, private life problems have frequently erupted and he has been shunned by clubs. Before this season, he got a…