Aroldis Chapman has found a new home.
According to MLB Network's Mark Feinsand, Chapman has agreed to a deal with the Kansas City Royals.
This will be the first time that Chapman is with a new team since 2017 when he signed with the New York Yankees. He had been with the Yankees for the previous six seasons before this report came out.
Chapman finished this season with a 4-4 record and a 4.46 ERA. He also had nine saves and 43 strikeouts in 36 innings.
Naturally, the sports community had a lot of different reactions to this news.
"Median prediction of 1y/$4M," another tweet read.
"This is the major market he needs! Won’t be a soul sweating more in Kansas City," another fan tweeted.
How do you think Chapman will do with his new team?