Chapman limps off field in 7th inning in World Series

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Chapman limps off field in 7th inning in World Series

Cubs closer Aroldis Chapman appeared to jam his knee after beating Lindor to the first base bag to get the third out in the third inning. The baserunner was initally called safe but the call was overturned by the replay review.

The Cubs athletic trainer went out to see Chapman and he slowly walked off of the field.

Nobody is currently warming up in the Cubs bullpen which means that he should be ready to go in the bottom of the eighth inning.

If Chapman can not go in game seven, the closer for the final game could be Jon Lester or John Lackey if necessary.




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