Well folks, he has left as quickly as he arrived. This morning, Aroldis Chapman was shipped to the Chicago Cubs in a 5 man trade. Now for as long as i have been a Yankee fan, I honestly do not believe I have ever seen them make such a great trade. For only a few months of Chapmans services, we received two top 10 prospects of the Cubs in Gleyber Torres (SS) , Billy McKinney (OF), Rashad Crawford (OF), and our old friend Adam Warren (RP). Was this not the steal of the century? Lets break this down quick. The Yankees are not going anywhere this year- its pains me to say that but it is so obvious so trading Chapman was definitely a first good step. I watched some of Torres minor league highlight film and this kid is going to be a future stud. He is only 19 years old, i'm older then the damn kid. I see him manning short in the not too distant future. Although i like/shocked how Sir DiDi is performing this year, i doubt he will be able to live up to these standards during the years remaining on his contract. The two outfielders i do not know much about besides for the Cubs losing hope on Mckinney (2013 1st round pick) after not living up to his outstanding numbers he put up last year this season. At the worst, these two can be used as trade chips in the upcoming years if they develop into players that will actually produce at the Major League level. At the best? We just copped two speedy outfielders that will not make me resent being a Yankee fan as much as Brett Gardner makes me do. Last, and certainly not least, is my boy Adam Warren. Ya, ya, i know; he is not that good. With a 5.91 ERA he is nothing short of disastrous, but knowing we got Starlin Castro for literally nothing seems like a genius move. Also, Warren did not play too shabby in the Bronx last season. Maybe he just needed to come back home to get back in his groove, and save our pitiful bullpen in the middle innings so that our dominate relievers (Miller and Betances) can actually be able to pitch. Besides for these, do you want to know the sweetest part of this entire deal? Chapman is going to be a free agent this winter, and has spoken about being willing to come back to New York. If we got all these young bloods, and then somehow steal Chapman back i think that would be the most savage move in sports history....besides taking Babe Ruth from the Sox, because that was just shot. So i hope to see you and your 105 MPH fastball again in pinstripes Aroldis, and if the Cubbies curse is actually true, you know which team to call.