Tuesday, December 8, 2015

The Aroldis Chapman Saga

Last August the Collective Bargaining Agreement with the MLB Players Association was changed to include a domestic violence policy.

In a police report filed Oct. 30 in Davie, Fla., Aroldis Chapman's girlfriend told officers that the pitcher choked and pushed her against a wall during an argument at his home. The police report, which was first reported by Yahoo Sports on Monday, also alleges that Chapman fired eight gunshots inside the garage of his house.

As a result, an incident involving four-time All-Star pitcher has put his trade the LA Dodgers on hold until further investigations are completed.

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