Aroldis Chapman just might start throwing 120 MPH whenever the 2020 season actually begins.
A photo was recently released on social media of the New York Yankees pitcher and he looked less like a pitcher and more like a professional bodybuilder.
Chapman is entering the fourth year of his second stint in the Bronx, and while he’s coming off a 2019 season where he pitched to his lowest ERA and recorded the most saves since returning to New York, he also delivered a pitch to Jose Altuve during the postseason that ended the season for the Bronx Bombers.
Speaking of the Astros, he seemed to be rather pleased when their cheating ways got exposed by the league.
He even signed a fan’s Astros trash can before coronavirus put a halt to all baseball activities:
The Astros were scheduled to host the Yankees at Minute Maid Park for a three-game series starting May 15th, but now, everything is up in the air until COVID-19 gets handled.