Suspended for domestic violence, the pitcher of the New York Yankees Domingo German has decided to draw a line under his career as a baseball player.
At least that is what was suggested by the Dominican on his account on Instagram. The athlete, 27-year-old only said, “I left baseball. Thank you to my friends.”
It has been more explicit in another publication, translated from the Spanish by the network ESPN. “Everyone writes his story with two sides. I think I wrote mine at Yankee Stadium. If I choose not to return, I would be proud of my hard work of 11 years of my career. God bless all those who have supported me.”
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Todo that marca su historia en ambos lados, creo as a brand the me en el #yankeestadium if decido no regresar quedaré orgulloso de mi esfuerzo en 11 años de carrera. Dios bendiga a todo that to me apoyó 🙏 #cadalococonsutema
German has been suspended 81 games for the Yankees in the month of September 2019, after hitting his wife in front of a member of the executive board of the major league baseball, during a charity event. Ten-eight games of his suspension have been purged in the last year, but he still had to miss the 63 first games of 2020.
According to the site of the MLB, the manager, Aaron Good has been made aware of the comments of the gunner, but it will do nothing for the moment.
German has presented a record of 18-4 and an average of points earned of 4.03 last season.