Originally Posted by Blitz Dorsey
It was a joke, but since you brought it up ... let's not pretend that Aroldis Chapman has a long history of being a starting pitcher. You do know he didn't even become a pitcher until the age of 16. Was a first baseman before that. He had some starts for the Cuban national team, some spring training starts for the Reds and some starts in Louisville. When you hear some people talk about Chapman moving to the rotation, you would think he has some vast history as a starter. It's simply not the case.
He started from age 16 until age 22. That is how most guys are.