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Left-hander Aroldis Chapman made his big leg kick and let one fly. Flashes went off around the ballpark. The crowd let out a collective "ooh" when the ball slammed loudly into Ryan Hanigan's mitt.
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The fire alarm was squealing at Great American Ball Park when left-hander Aroldis Chapman walked through the dugout and stepped onto a major league field for the first time.
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Ian Kennedy hit three Milwaukee batters with pitches in the first three innings of Arizona's game against the Brewers on Monday night.