The Yankees demonstrated chemistry with a kind of law on Tuesday night

New York Yankees' Arroldis Chapman # 54 congratulates teammate Luis Severino # 40 after his victory over the Cleveland Guardians at the Yankee Stadium on April 22, 2022 in the Bronx Borough of New York City.  The New York Yankees beat the Cleveland Guardians 4-1.
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The New York Yankees continue to win the ballgame, and their record is now an incredible 26-9.

They are the only team in the loss column: the Los Angeles Dodgers are the closest team with 12 defeats.

One of the reasons the Yankees are so good is because their players stick to each other.

They can recognize when someone is down and make sure everyone is in good spirits.

MLB.com’s beat writer for the Yankees, Brian Hoch, reports this close Aroldis got Chapman Yankees Player of the Game in the Championship Belt on Tuesday night.

He kept things interesting, but in the end he got the job done.

He’s fighting late, surrendering to an improved 1.46 whip for the season, spot command, and each of his last three appearances.

The teammates are behind Chapman

WFAN reporter Sweeney Murthy pointed out a great team chemistry moment Tuesday night.

“Last night was a serious team chemistry moment. Aaron Judge 2 HR and Michael King hit 3 perfect innings. The teammates build confidence by slapping Chapman on the back, acknowledging that he still got the last out with a base tie and a winning run, ”Murthy wrote on Twitter.

The Yankees players have watched Chapman’s struggles closely: he has been a major figure in his fastball leadership since last season.

He was given the championship belt even though he said one run and three hits that night “We appreciate what you are doing and through this we will support you.”

It’s a wonderful way to screw people over, and it’s a great way for you to keep up the good content.

It may sound like a small detail, but it was quite a gesture.

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