The Dominican pitcher will end his sanction for the playoff matches and may be in case his team advances.
After the sanction received for being involved in a situation of domestic violence, the pitcher of the New York Yankees, Domingo Germán will miss the entire regular season but could return for the postseason MLB.
The right-handed pitcher was penalized with 81 suspension games and turned 18 the previous season. He has 63 games left off the field and since the current course will have 60 games, he will miss it completely, but, if his team advances, he may be available for the fourth game of the divisional series or the first of the championship series in case your team defeats your rival in 3 games.
When asked about the possibility that Germán could play in the postseason, pitching coach Matt Blake replied: “That is something we have not addressed yet. I still do not have a great answer for you.”
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