Albert Aroldis Chapman de la Cruz (born February 28, 1988) is a Cuban-American pitcher for the New York Yankees. Before joining the Reds, he played for Holguin in the Cuban National Series. a Referred to, as the “Cuban Missile” or “Cuban Flame Thrower”, Chapman is left-handed.

Chapman pitched for Holguin both domestically and abroad. He left Cuba in 2009 and joined the Reds in 2010. That year, Chapman debuted in MLB. He was chosen to four consecutive National League All-Star teams from 2012 to 2015. After the 2015 season, the Yankees traded Chapman to the Cubs. Chapman won the 2016 World Series with the Cubs. After 2016, he joined the Yankees.

On July 11, 2014, Chapman broke Bruce Sutter’s record for most consecutive bullpen appearances with a strikeout, with 40 consecutive appearances. Chapman’s run began on August 21, 2013, and ended on August 13, 2014, after 49 games. Chapman now holds the MLB and Guinness World Records for the fastest baseball pitch, both at 105.1 mph (169.1 km/h).

Aroldis Chapman Salary

Chapman receives a base pay of $18,000,000 and a total income of $18,000,000.

How Much Does Aroldis Chapman Earn As Take Home Pay?

Chapman earns a base salary of $18,000,000 and a total income of $18,000,000. He has a net worth approximation of $2,000,000. The Cuban-American pitcher for the New York Yankees is 34 years old.