Aroldis Chapman throws a baseball faster than he drives a car, which is what you want from a pitcher and a member of the community.
Here's the problem: That gap isn't as big as it should be.
Chapman, the Reds' reliever and a Cuban import, has "105" tattooed on his left arm to signify the speed at which his fastball has been clocked.
Early Monday morning, however, Chapman was arrested for speeding and driving with a suspended license. Police in Grove City, Ohio (a suburb of Columbus) clocked Chapman at 93 mph headed northbound on Interstate 71 shortly before 1 a.m. Read more here.
And Tuesday, news arrived that Chapman is being sued for $18 million. Here's why.