Aroldis Chapman shows glimpse of how he got so jacked

Baseball has been delayed, but Aroldis Chapman’s bodybuilding has not. The Yankees closer took to Instagram again to show off his jacked frame while boxing in his driveway in a series of videos. Whenever baseball returns, Chapman may have an extra tick or two on his fastball that has already clocked an MLB-fastest 105.1 mph. …

Baseball has been delayed, but Aroldis Chapman’s bodybuilding has not.

The Yankees closer took to Instagram again to show off his jacked frame while boxing in his driveway in a series of videos. Whenever baseball returns, Chapman may have an extra tick or two on his fastball that has already clocked an MLB-fastest 105.1 mph.

The 32-year-old Chapman, who measures in at 6-foot-4 and 212 pounds, has been posting some videos of himself working out at his home gym while waiting for the season to begin. He has also made time to play dominoes with friends, though his Instagram post from that night still showed off his large muscles.

Chapman and the Yankees were originally scheduled to be in Oakland this weekend taking on the A’s, but instead have been left at the mercy of the coronavirus pandemic. MLB is currently considering multiple scenarios to get back to games, including one in which all 30 teams would be isolated in Arizona and play at multiple sites in the state without fans.

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