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[Sports Center/Comprehensive Report] The former Yankee Cuban fireball man Aroldis Chapman (Aroldis Chapman) recently moved to the Royals with a one-year $3.75 million contract.

Now, according to Cuban baseball reporter Yordano Carmona, Chapman is expected to represent the British team in this year's World Baseball Classic.

Chapman's family is from Jamaica, which was a British colony until 1962.

He is also included in the 50th squad for the Classic, but said he does not know if he will play in the Classic.

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Chapman, 34, represented Cuba in the second World Baseball Classic in 2009, when Cuba was eliminated in the second round.

And Chapman defected in the Dutch Port Cup that year, and signed with the Reds in 2010.

Chapman became a U.S. citizen in 2016.

In addition, during his time with the Yankees, Chapman expressed interest in representing the US team.

Chapman played 43 games with the Yankees last season, with a record of 4 wins and 4 losses. The defense rate was 4.46. He had 9 successful rescues and 1 relay success. 1.43 on the high side.

The British team is divided into Group C in this classic, and the United States, Mexico, Colombia and Canada are in the same group.

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