Aroldis Chapman logged his fourth save after pitching a scoreless ninth inning in Friday's win over the Cardinals.
Chapman is now 4-for-5 in save chances since returning from a devastating head injury, having added 12 strikeouts over his first seven innings of work. He now sits on a 2.57 ERA and 1.00 WHIP, but has just one appearance in which he did not allow a base runner. While he is still one of the elite end game options to own, if he continues to allow men on board at a high rate, it will only mean trouble down the line on some nights. ANALYST: Matthew Beck
Yankees grant RHP Scott Baker his unconditional release.
Baker was enjoying a serviceable career when he was with the Twins, but Tommy John surgery in 2012 derailed his career. He has yet to return to that form he exhibited when he was a starter in Minnesota and the Yankees have released the 33-year old. Baker could get signed by a team who believes that they can jump start his spiraling career. Analysis: Colby Conway