After parting ways with Aroldis Chapman at this years trading deadline, many Yankees fans thought they would never see the lefty in pinstripes again.
Well, I am here to tell you good news.
Yankees management has reportedly announced that they will be making a run at the top two relievers on the free-agent market: Kenley Jansen and Aroldis Chapman.
Yankees fans would love nothing more than seeing Chapman back. It is reported that the money needed to reel-in Chapman would set the record for an MLB reliever.
Since his debut in 2010, Jansen has pitched to a 2.20 ERA, racking up 189 saves for the Dodgers.
Chapman saved 20 games for the Yankees this year, and pitched to a 2.01 ERA over that span.