thx to @wirelesssteph for this
— JoezMcfly🇩🇴 (@JoezMcfLy) August 16, 2017
Aroldis Chapman is continuing to leave this Yankees fan feeling uneasy.
After capturing Chapman’s blown save to the Red Sox Sunday, Twitter user Joez McFly was on the verge of recording another disastrous outing until the closer worked his way out of it Tuesday night.
The Yankees were ahead of the Mets 5-2 when Chapman entered the game in the top of the ninth inning. The 29-year-old pitcher allowed the Mets to climb back into the game when he allowed a two-run home run to Ahmed Rosario to make the score 5-4.
McFly was recording the inning once again for his vlog and he had another priceless reaction to a late inning home run.
“Are you kidding me! Chapman man!” McFly shouted. “Chapman has no idea where the ball is going, he’s just throwing as hard as he can.”
McFly went viral Monday after his reaction video to the Red Sox tying Sunday’s game spread on Twitter.
While McFly’s blood pressure continued to rise in the ninth, the Mets rally did not. The Yankees held on for a 5-4 win despite the late homer.
HAHAHAHAHAA! The Yankee’s winning matters not. Seeing the pain in the face of Yankee fans that gives me a schtieb.
I’ve hated the Yankees for years, so the past three have been heaven for me. I often say “I dont know what gives me more pleasure: The Yankees losing or the Jays winning.”
It’s the generally unpleasant asshole Yankee fans I hate, and I’ve been able to separate my hate of the franchise to the fan, so I’m ok with the win. I’m over the fucking moon watching this guy cry salty tears of anxiety and look for it in the fans around him.
It’s my pleasure.