Aroldis Chapman struck out four over two scoreless innings to earn the win against the Indians in Game 2 of the Wild Card Round.
Chapman allowed an inherited run to score when he first entered the game in the eighth inning, but he was dominant from that point on. He needed 24 pitches to get his six outs, which is good. The Yankees certainly don't want to overuse their best reliever just two games into a possibly deep playoff run. New York will now square off with their division rival Tampa Bay Rays in the ALDS.