Re: Free Agents Frenzy Starts here
If Chapman doesn't work out as a starter, or they can't fashion a workable pen out of others on the roster (which I find unlikely), they can always move him back. The potential payoff of having him pitching well in the rotation is too significant to not give it a shot. Seems like a pretty simple decision to me.
The only reason not to try it, IMO, is if Chapman wants to close.
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