Aroldis Chapman

One of the most crucial players of the New York Yankees side, Aroldis Chapman, previously missed some of the Yankees\’ 2022 campaign following an infection from a tattoo. Meanwhile, as he recovered from the injury, fans were hoping for his return. But some bad news has come their way. The pitcher has been ruled out of the remaining American League Division Series after he missed a Yankee\’s mandatory workout session. 

Aroldis Chapman Ruled Out Of ALDS!

New York Yankees\’ Aroldis Chapman has been excluded from the American League Division Series after he neglected to show up for a required exercise. Due to this, his contract with New York is probably be terminated, and is subjected to a fine. The 34-year-old pitcher is unlikely to be included in the team\’s 26-man roster for the series versus Cleveland. Tuesday night will mark the start of the ALDS series. Meanwhile, it is noteworthy that this might very well be the end of Aroldis\’ career in the Pinstripe Blues. The player is set to reach the end of his five-year deal with the Yankees with the conclusion of the season. 


Chapman was supposed to throw batting practice at Yankee Stadium on Friday but hasn\’t recorded a save since May 17. However, according to the team, he was really in Miami. After meeting with Chapman, manager Aaron Boone informed general manager Brian Cashman that the Yankees\’ pitcher had been warned to avoid the team.

The seasoned pitcher received a fine and a warning to stay away from the team until further notice after skipping a required exercise on Friday. According to the Yankees administration, the roster meeting for the best-of-five Division Series matchup with Cleveland hadn\’t yet taken place. Brian Cashman, the team\’s general manager, said that Chapman eliminated himself from at least this round of consideration.

The GM spoke on the phone with Chapman\’s representatives in addition to manager Aaron Boone and Cashman. Due to the lefty\’s conduct and very lame justification, Boone decided that Chapman should remain at home. Since joining the Yankees in 1986, Boone is not aware of any player who had missed a workout.

Yankees\’ Matt Carpenter Thinks He\’s Ready To Join ALDS!

The Yankees were struggling to secure a birth in the 2022 MLB playoffs last month. On top of that, their key player Matt Carpenter was placed on the injured list after hurting his foot. Since then, the Yankees fans have been hoping for his swift recovery and a quick return to the Yankees bullpen when the postseason arrives. 


Now, there is some good-looking news for these fans. The Yankees infielder has recently shared an update on his fitness. Carpenter has revealed that his injury has been healed, and he feels ready for the ALDS. Aaron Boone also seems to share the same views about Mat\’s fitness. 

Also Read UPDATE On Matt Carpenter’s Injury! How Will The Yankees BullPen Look Like In ALDS?

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