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Aroldis Chapman (RP)

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Aroldis Chapman News & Advice

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Roto Authority | Apr 20th, 2:59am
Aroldis Chapman is steadily making progress in his return to the big leagues. After throwing a bullpen session earlier in the week, Chapman appears to be getting close to being cleared to throw batting practice. After that step and a few more bullpen sessions, we'll have a much clearer timeline. Jonathan Broxton , who recently returned from the DL, should be covering the ninth in Chapman's absence. - Luckey Helms
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Yahoo | Apr 20th, 1:31am
The news on Aroldis Chapman continues to be not-so-disastrous. Reds manager Bryan Price indicated on Wednesday that Chapman could be throwing live BP fairly soon, by the end of the team's upcoming 10-game road trip. We're still looking at a May return here, which should give Aroldis a chance to justify his draft price. - Andy Behrens
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Sports Injury Alert | Apr 18th, 10:00pm
Just two days ago, we at Sports Injury Alert got word that Cincinnati Reds closer Aroldis Chapman would throw bullpen sessions every three days during the Reds' current road trip that began on Friday. That report from MLB.com's Mark Sheldon said that Chapman may receive clearance to throw live batting practice and take fielding practice near the end of that trip. It turns out, though, that Chapman...
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ESPN | Apr 18th, 8:20pm
Cincinnati Reds closer Aroldis Chapman has been cleared to throw batting practice for the first time since he was hit in the face by a line drive during an exhibition game on March 10.
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MLB.com | Apr 18th, 6:10pm
Aroldis Chapman threw his second bullpen session on Thursday and it had good results, Reds manager Bryan Price said. He has been given the green light to participate in pitcher's fielding practice and pitch in live batting practice.
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Rotoworld | Apr 18th, 4:16pm
Aroldis Chapman (head) has been cleared to throw live batting practice.
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KFFL | Apr 18th, 2:12pm
Cincinnati Reds RP Aroldis Chapman (face) has been cleared to throw live batting practice.
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Sports Injury Alert | Apr 17th, 1:15am
After that vicious line drive hit his face late in Spring Training, Cincinnati Reds closer Aroldis Chapman is already on track to pitch again before long. MLB.com's Mark Sheldon reports that Chapman will throw a bullpen session on Thursday, his second since the surgery to repair the fracture that the line drive caused in Chapman's face. Sheldon says that Chapman will throw every three days throughout...
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KFFL | Apr 16th, 6:52pm
Cincinnati Reds manager Bryan Price confirmed that RP Jonathan Broxton will continue to see most ...
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KFFL | Apr 16th, 5:59pm
Cincinnati Reds RP Aroldis Chapman (face) will throw another bullpen session Thursday, April 17.
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MLB.com | Apr 16th, 4:43pm
Injured Reds closer Aroldis Chapman is scheduled to throw in his second bullpen session Thursday during a team off-day. Chapman, who is recovering from facial fractures suffered after being hit by a line drive last month, threw 25 pitches Monday in his first bullpen session.
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KFFL | Apr 16th, 3:55pm
Cincinnati Reds manager Bryan Price said RP Aroldis Chapman (face) could be throwing live batting ...
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Sports Injury Alert | Apr 14th, 11:41pm
A pitcher's worst nightmare came true when Cincinnati Reds' closer Aroldis Chapman was struck in the head by a pitch during spring training. As the gruesome viral photograph depicted, he underwent successful surgery and slowly but surely began his recovery,and according to C. Trent Rosecrans of Cincinnatti.com, Chapman took his first major step today. Chapman's injury left the baseball world stunned...
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ESPN | Apr 14th, 10:33pm
Reds closer Aroldis Chapman threw off a mound on Monday for the first time since he was hit in the forehead by a line drive during spring training.
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MLB.com | Apr 14th, 9:26pm
Reds closer Aroldis Chapman has continued to make a rapid recovery in the nearly one month since he's been struck in the face by a line drive during Spring Training.
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Rotoworld | Apr 14th, 7:58pm
Aroldis Chapman (head) threw 25 pitches off a bullpen mound Monday and reported feeling "great."
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KFFL | Apr 14th, 5:56pm
Cincinnati Reds RP Aroldis Chapman's (face) bullpen session went well Monday, April 14, and he ...
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Roto Authority | Apr 14th, 2:32am
Although Aroldis Chapman has been resuming baseball activities with some light workouts, he is still far from returning to the big leagues. In his stead, J.J. Hoover has struggled and the Reds will likely look to Jonathan Broxton (who was just re-activated from the DL) to close until Chapman returns. - Luckey Helms
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The Fantasy Fix | Apr 7th, 3:24am
Chapman is recovering from a scary injury. In the meantime, it looks like JJ Hoover will get the first shot at holding down the Red's closer job. - Rich Migliorisi
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Fangraphs | Apr 7th, 2:56am
Initial report suggested that Chapman would be sidelined up to six-to-eight weeks, but reports today suggest he may be able to start throwing next week. In the meantime, those speculating for saves should snag Jonathan Broxton (9% owned in Yahoo!) off the waiver wire until Chapman's return. - Alan Harrison
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Roto Authority | Apr 7th, 1:09am
Without Aroldis Chapman , Cincy is still looking for their closer. Because the Redlegs have not committed to J.J. Hoover , Sam LeCure , or Logan Ondrusek , former closer Jonathan Broxton may take the gig outright next week (or whenever he returns from the DL). - Luckey Helms