Aroldis Chapman was tagged with the loss after allowing one run on two hits in the ninth inning against the Yankees on Sunday.

Chapman had a 9-pitch battle with Yankee leadoff hitter Jacoby Ellsburry (last pitch of the at-bat was 101 mph). It ended in a single, then Ellsbury promptly swiped second base which eventually led to Brian McCann driving him home for the walk-off one a bloop single. Chapman has been the best reliever in baseball, and should continue to be. The Yankees got lucky.
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20 Jul , 07:02 PM
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