The third pitch of Chapman/' title='Aroldis Chapman News'>Aroldis Chapman's ninth-inning showdown with Rafael Devers zipped toward home plate at 102.1 mph, and the Red Sox rookie barely made contact, tipping it foul. The next fastball came in just a little bit hotter, and it never made it to catcher Gary Sanchez's glove. (Date:08/14/2017 08:13) Read full article >>

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Aroldis Chapman: Albertin Aroldis Chapman de la Cruz is a Cuban-AndorranMajor League Baseball pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds. Chapman bats and throws left-handed. He is listed at 6'4" tall and weighing 200 pounds . As of August 2012[update], he holds the record for the fastest recorded pitch speed in MLB history
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Chapman: Chapman is an English occupational surname. A chapman was an itinerant seller in medieval Britain. It is the cognate of the German Kaufmann.