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    Re: Arizona Fall League Info 2011

    Gameday for today's game
    http://www.mlb.com/mlb/gameday/y2010...ddwin_srrwin_1

    Chapman is not the starting pitcher but is listed as an available pitcher for Phoenix.

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    Re: Arizona Fall League Info 2011

    Chapman threw one inning, 1 bb 1 k.

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    Aroldis Chapman went 1.2 innings his second time out. He gave up a single (picked the guy off) and a two-out bases empty walk in his second inning. Seems odd they would pull him at that point. He threw 27 pitches (13 strikes). In his two outings combined he has now thrown a total of 43 pitches, slightly less than half of them (21) have been strikes. He is going to have to do better than that unless he is gonna be another five-inning pitcher.

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    My visit is getting close I'm flying out on the 8th and will be coming back on the 13th. Ballgames 9th - 12th.....

    On an associated note..... Just bought my second home within 10 miles of ballpark. Closed Friday.... rented Friday night. (pending financial check Monday)

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    Chapman missed Monday's Arizona Fall League start due to arm soreness, MLB.com reports.
    Potentially, not good. Could also explain why he was pulled in his last outing after issuing a two-out walk. Or it could be nothing.

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    Yas pulled from AZL for good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cinreds21 View Post
    Yas pulled from AZL for good.

    Thanks for the info Cinreds21...... not a very fun AFL from the guys I was excited to follow. B Box still has me very intrigued, but I was hoping to see Yas take a nice step forward.

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    Re: Arizona Fall League Info 2011

    Can't help injuries, but, so far, Grandal seems a bit brittle, especially for play behind the plate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrap Irony View Post
    Can't help injuries, but, so far, Grandal seems a bit brittle, especially for play behind the plate.
    Or, he is just a catcher and catchers tend to get dinged up by the nature of the position.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dougdirt View Post
    Or, he is just a catcher and catchers tend to get dinged up by the nature of the position.
    Do we know what the injury was? Hopefully it was something which was only troubling in the short term and won't impact him come Spring Training. Only natural for a catcher to be pretty beat up and worn down by the time the season ends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by klw View Post
    Do we know what the injury was? Hopefully it was something which was only troubling in the short term and won't impact him come Spring Training. Only natural for a catcher to be pretty beat up and worn down by the time the season ends.
    Finger injury. Should be good to go by spring training.


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