Aroldis Champan took the loss Friday versus the Blue Jays after allowing four runs on two hits, including a home run, and two walks with one strikeout in just two-thirds of an inning of work.
Champan's consecutive streak of 13 scoreless innings came to end Friday night as he tied a career-high with four runs allowed in an appearance. Chapman fell to 0-2 on the season and saw his ERA go from 0.98 to 2.84.ANALYST: Michael Pichan
Miguel Castro will open the season in the majors.
Castro flew under the radar in the minors last season, but is making the rare jump from A-Ball to the majors. This is thanks to his (likely) temporary move to the bullpen for the Spring, which enabled his stuff to tick up a bit in shorter outings. He's likely next in line to receive saves should Brett Cecil fail, and the 20-year old is worth keeping an eye on. Analysis: Ben Diamond