Aroldis Chapman had his worst ever outing last night in a blown save against the Twins.

Aroldis Chapman is usually untouchable when he’s pitching. It makes sense because he throws 103 mph fastballs and batters are essentially guessing to where they should swing the bat since there’s no time to react. Last night in Minnesota, the Twins did something that not many teams can say they’ve done. The Twins were down 3-5 going into the bottom of the 9th and with Chapman coming out to close, you could pretty much put up a W for the Yankees and a L for the Twins. Not so fast, the Twins came out and recorded 4 straight hits against Chapman (2 singles, 2 homeruns) to capture a 7-5 win in unbelievable fashion. Josh Donaldson and Nelson Cruz hit absolute mammoth homers that were well over 400 feet. Chapman had given up 1 run in his last 23 innings pitched prior to last night. If you had an UNDER (11) bet on the game, you may have just gotten the worst beat of the season. You’re feeling good at 8 runs going into the bottom of the ninth with Chapman closing and then boom 12 runs right in the face. Here are the clips of the two huge homers…

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