Aroldis Chapman returned to throwing heat in the second appearance off the injured list

New York Yankees pitcher, Aroldis Chapman, pitched for the second time ever since he returned from the injured list with left elbow inflammation. And unlike his previous outing when he failed to finish off a win against the Red Sex on Wednesday in The Bronx, it was even more efficient for the game on Monday.

The baseball pitcher was seen to have retired the side in order in the bottom of the ninth, as the New York Yankees outperformed the Atlanta Braves at Truist Park in a 5-1 victory.

The 33-year-old pitcher returned to hitting 100 mph with his fastball while making use of his splitter outstandingly.

Speaking to the media, Yankees baseball catcher, Gary Sanchez, said through an interpreter via best casino online: "He looked good to me. The best closer in the league. That kind of stuff."

The New York Yankees manager, Aaron Boone took to the media on Monday to confirm that GioUrshela has been scheduled to play another rehab game for Double-A Somerset on Tuesday, and if all goes well, they will be meeting the player in Oakland on Wednesday.

On Tuesday, Gleyber Torres, who succumbed to a left thumb sprain, will be heading to Somerset to work out, stay fit, and improve his baseball activities "through the end of the weekend."

And if Torres doesn't stumble into any obstacle on his path to recovery, "hopefully he’ll be in a position to start a rehab assignment at that point."

Boone went on to claim that the team has some good news regarding the task Torres has been able to perform, this is one of the reasons the New York Yankees believe he'll soon be ready to start hitting once more.

"We’ll see how that goes," said Boone, after refusing to reveal how many rehab games Torres will need before he can return to the Yankees team having only injured the thumb on August 8.

Before succumbing to his thumb sprain earlier this month, the 24-year-old baseball shortstop hit well in his last eight games for the Yankees as he went 11-for-28 with four doubles at the time.

Urshela, on the other hand, had no trouble in his rehab game with Somerset on Sunday.

Speaking to the media, Boone continued via online real money casinos: "He got to run the bases a lot because he was on [base], so that was good. He’s come out of that doing well."

Even in these players absence, the New York Yankees didn't drop in performance as they went 10 straight wins due to pivotal performances from Andrew Velazquez and Tyler Wade at the shortstop and Rougned Odor at third base.

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