Domingo Germán pitched well on his 2020 LIDOM debut | Jim McIsaac / .
The starter of the New York Yankees, Domingo Germán, made his debut in style with the LIDOM Toros del Este in the game against the Tigres del Licey this Monday at the Quisqueya Stadium.
Domingo German pitched four scoreless innings, striking out seven and walking one in his Dominican league debut tonight. First time he’s pitching in a professional game since his domestic violence suspension. #Yankees
– Brendan Kuty (@BrendanKutyNJ) November 17, 2020
Germán, who had not pitched since the MLB suspended him on domestic violence charges, pitched four innings without a run, struck out seven and walked on his return to the mound.
Domingo German did not allow a hit in four scoreless innings for @TorosdelEste tonight!
German had seven strikeouts, two HBPs and a walk on 56 pitches
It was his first game action since September 18, 2019 pic.twitter.com/p5hirwp5WU
– Talkin ‘Yanks (@TalkinYanks) November 17, 2020
Germán had not pitched since September 18, 2019 and even, in an act of desperation, weighed in withdrawing from baseball.
His conditions appear to be intact for his inclusion in the MLB in 2021.