Article from CBSsports' Danny Knobler on Aroldis Chapman.
http://www.cbssports.com/mlb/blog/da...-eighth-inningThere's no doubt that Baker is still the strongest advocate of keeping Chapman there. Some Reds people note that the manager is on a one-year contract, and say they understand it.
But it's not just Baker.
Jocketty doesn't rule out Chapman in the rotation at some point this year, but he also said, "We may become resigned to the fact that he may spend this year in the bullpen."
It's going to be painful when the Reds continue to waste Chapman's immense talent in the bullpen and then he leaves and goes on to become a dominant ace with another team. It's a shame seeing the Reds waste him. This guy has a chance to be an elite starting pitcher.
Randy Johnson and Pedro Martinez would have been Hall of Fame relievers had they played for Dusty Baker.