As the Aroldis Chapman sweepstakes heat up, one thing has become a bit more clear:á Chapman will not beásigning with theáYankees, Mets, or Astros.ááChapman isáset to decide on a club veryásoon, and these three clubs have fallen out of contention for the flame-throwing Cuban lefty. Three doors have been shut.á Which means three more have opened.á Behind door No. 3 stands Boston GM Theo Epstein.á Behind door No. 2 stands Florida GM Michael Hill, and occupying door No. 1 is Anaheim GM Tony Reagins.á Let's take a look at door No. 2, shall we?á As of last night, Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald tweeted that internally the Marlins have "conceded defeat" in the Chapman sweepstakes.á The Marlins had been considered a favorite to land Chapman due to SoutháFlorida's large Cuban popul ...
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