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Deivi García could be the most benefited from the poor performance of Domingo Germán

Germán was sent to alternate camp after Saturday’s game against Tampa Bay and this could be exploited by Garcia

Despite being at very different times in their careers, the fate of Deivi Garcia Y Domingo German it appears to be related, at least for the foreseeable future.

Germán earned the position of fifth starter of the New York Yankees in the spring with four 0-1 starts in which he pitched in 13 innings allowing just 9 hits and 2 earned runs. He only walked one and struck out 17 opponents.

This performance, added to his experience in past seasons, earned him the opportunity to stay in the starting rotation of the New York Yankees.

This to the detriment of his compatriot Deivi Garcia, which despite being extremely young and not having great experience, left a good feeling in the spring fields and it was speculated that he could keep one of the positions in the rotation.

Garcia was 0-2 but shot in 14 innings only allowing 12 hits and striking out 14 opponents.

After two terrible starts, the Dominican pitcher Domingo German will have to work hard or wait for some other circumstance to return to the Yankees roster, this despite the fact that the manager Aaron Boone He said that on Sunday he launched “ok.”

Germán threw in just four innings where he gave up 8 hits, four earned runs, one walk and struck out five opponents.

He also allowed a home run to Austin Meadows, his third of the season, and it meant the twelfth start where the Dominican allows at least one home run, tying his compatriot Iván Nova already Phil Hughes as the second longest streak in New York franchise history.

In his first appearance of the season, Germán started the 4 opener against the Toronto Blue Jays, where he threw only three innings in which he allowed 4 hits, three runs one walked and provided two strikeouts.

In that meeting he allowed the first home runs of the season to Randall Grichuk and also the Dominican Vladimir Guerrero Jr.

The Yankees have a record of 3 wins and 5 losses, two of them in Germán’s starts.

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