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Chapman "Tone Deaf" In First Meeting With Media After Being Traded To Cubs

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 27 / 16

New Cubs P Aroldis Chapman's "awkward welcome-to-Chicago media session" before yesterday's game against the White Sox forced the team "into damage-control mode," according to Patrick Mooney of CSNCHICAGO.com. Reporters asked Chapman about his phone conversation  with Cubs Chair Tom Ricket...

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