The Yankees placed Aroldis Chapman on the 10-day disabled list on Sunday with shoulder inflammation, with general manager Brian Cashman expecting the flamethrower to be out around a month. They called up right-hander Chad Green from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. The sources also said that Chapman told the Yankees he.
ESPN reported that Chapman will be reassessed after two weeks, which means that he could be out longer. The Yankees eventually won the game 5-4 in 18 innings.
He's actually been shaky in three of his last seven outings, starting with an appearance in Boston on April 26, when Chapman needed 33 pitches to close out a 3-1 win against the Red Sox. He was seen shaking his arm during that outing. He gave up a run, then struck out Josh Rutledge with two on for the final out and briefly grabbed his left elbow while walking off the field with catcher Austine Romine. The left-hander initially remained in the game, then was removed after allowing a single to Jose Altuve.
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Chapman stayed in the game, and Girardi later said the lefty had no pain or discomfort.
Most fans thought that Chapman's arm was ready for some type of injury after the heavy workload with his one-of-a-kind rocket arm the last few seasons. He signed a five-year, $86-million contract in the offseason after splitting last season between the Yankees and Chicago Cubs, who traded for him in late July.
"I think Dellin is probably welcoming the challenge", Girardi said Sunday.