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Aroldis Chapman may have burned the Yankees season

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Aroldis Chapman took over the hill inside the Yankee Stadium in the middle of the night, with dramatic images of fireworks exploding around him on a large central square board. Chapman is rightly declared to be on fire, which was not as appropriate this Thursday morning as it could have burned the stoned remains of the Yankee season.

As the six-time All-Star retained his name with a 292 career, Chapman was tasked with defending an 8-4 lead. The two delays in the rain made it feel like the game started last Friday, but it wasn’t difficult. It was a two-meter putt and the opponent was ready to recognize his goal. The angels wanted to go back to their hotels for a few hours of sleep and return to the stadium until morning in a row.

The truth is, this game ended in the first inning. The angels knew it, the Yankees knew it, and every man, woman, and child in the tribune knew it. The Yankees knocked out Shohei Ohta, the dominant nature of the sport, three times before he broke it seven times.

The rest had to be a formality. Indeed, during the 91-minute delay in the rain, it seemed clear that hopes would call it night. But they never did. They kept the angels on the ball field and, more precisely, in the game. Chapman scored the ninth goal and began to show his employers that the team was not close to hitting a rock.

Aroldis Chapman knocked out Aroldis Chapman after giving up the big slam that tied the game in the Yankees ’11-8 loss to the Angels.
Aroldis Chapman knocked out Aroldis Chapman after giving up the big slam that tied the game in the Yankees ’11-8 loss to the Angels.
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Closer he walked in three of the first four fights he faced, then threw a ball to Jared Walsh. Chapman looked like a man who didn’t believe in himself, and that’s not for nothing: his ERA was shattered by his poor performance against Kansas City last week, having gone from 0.00 to 2.54 in his previous dozen meetings.

Now he had to give Walsh something to hit, and he had to hit the damn thing Walsh did. It sailed into the dark night with an 84-mile slider, and the diarchs in the dwindling crowd breathed a sigh of relief. Chapman delivered the biggest helmet of his most famous career at the worst time. Lucas Luetge tried to save him and failed, and the Angels stole an 11-8 win, which was Aaron Boon’s most horrible regular season defeat in his managerial career.

“I feel terrible [the fans]”They deserve better than that,” Boone said.

Yes, they definitely do.

Boone called the loss horrible, hopeless, hopeless, and said the franchise shared the pain of the fans. But the manager made it clear that this was not the time to sit down again with his team, which was still in a difficult situation.

“We talked a ton,” Boon said as a sniper. “Everyone said everything they needed to say. The guys talked to each other. Now the conversation is cheap. We need to go out and play full games and start hammering people. “

The Yankees are now unable to hammer anything but the last nails in their coffin.

“We have to raise this sh, with that,” Giancarlo Stanton said.

The other day, GM Brian Kashman said the Yankees were “sucking right now.” According to him, his product “smells high in the sky”.

Have you ever met another general manager who says these words in a confessional booth, never being upset at a media session in the country’s most volatile market?

In an interview with The Post on Wednesday, Cashman said he would fight for Boon just as he fought for Joe Torre and Joe Girardi during turbulent times.

“The easiest thing is to create sacrificial lambs to calm the masses,” Keshman said. “It’s very hard to go back to an event that was harder and recognize our sport, and things won’t happen as you’ve planned many times. Now you have to tell the truth. We are our own and you have to own it.

The $ 201 million Yankees have no choice but to own this latest unrestricted disaster. Most of all, Chapman was supposed to own it, just like Jose Altuve’s homer, who walks in the ALCS. The ERA in his last 13 meetings is now at 6 p.m. He spoke of a fastball team that left him early Thursday morning. He said through an interpreter, “I need to find myself again with this field and come back as Chapman who started the season.”

The problem is, it may be too late. Boone said the season is approaching and that’s how his team responded. If the Yankees still have a chance to save anything, it’s as if their firefighters just burned it.

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