Aroldis Chapman deserves to start
Call it a hunch, but we'd guess that at least one fantasy owner in 84.8 percent of ESPN leagues is frustrated, dumbfounded even.
That's the percentage of leagues in which Aroldis Chapman is already owned.
His owners, naturally, cannot understand how a pitcher with Chapman's skills, and the kind of performance he has enjoyed to date, remains buried in middle relief -- the one role on a pitching staff that has minimal impact in fantasy baseball. Chapman might, by ...
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