"It's been a couple games back, I feel like I haven't been myself," Chapman said. Chapman moved into the closer's role this season for the first time in his career. Reds manager Dusty Baker expressed his concern after Monday's outing, when Chapman walked his first two batters on nine pitches in the 10th inning of the Reds' 4-3 14-inning win over the Pirates and was eventually removed in the middle of an inning for the first time this season. Chapman assured there was no pain in the arm and chalked up his lack of accuracy to the exhaustion. The All-Star threw seven of his 23 pitches for strikes and averaged a season-low 94.4 mph on his fastball, according to ESPN Stats & Info.