Domingo Germán of the Yankees was suspended 10 games for sticky substance on his hands

New York Yankees right-hander Domingo Germán received a 10-game suspension, in addition to an undisclosed fine.

This sanction of the Dominican baseball player is due to the violation of the policy of foreign substances that the MLB hasthe news was revealed by the league itself and it will begin to serve the suspension immediately.

The Dominican will serve his sanction immediately

It must be remembered that the Dominican Yankees player was expelled during the game against the Toronto Blue Jays, in the final stretch of the fourth inning; this after the referees noticed the presence of foreign substances.

“It was just a bag of rosin”Germán said after the game.

The referee James Hoyesaid that Germán’s hand was ‘the stickiest I’ve ever felt’according to Bryan Hoch of MLB.com.

“It’s not rosin. It wasn’t rosin. It was definitely not rosin. Because I have felt hands with rosin. That wasn’t rosin.”Hoye added.

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