This is where you make jokes about Cincinnati pitcher Aroldis Chapman – who was driving a 2010 Mercedes S63 – trying to drive as fast as he pitches. Said Reds’ manager Dusty Baker: “He got a speeding ticket.” That Dusty – so perceptive. Chapman, now the closer in Cincinnati, has 39 Ks in 22.1 innings and is 3-0 with a 0.00 ERA. [Cincinnati.com]
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