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New York Yankees: Domingo German reportedly addresses team following 2019 domestic incident

  • By: Nathan Solomon
  • February 23, 2021

New York Yankees‘ manager Aaron Boone stated in his press conference today that Domingo German addressed the team for the first following his suspension for domestic allegations in 2019.

German was suspended for 81 games after he was caught allegedly slapping his girlfriend. Boone said that German wanted to address the team about the situation before he spoke with the media.

“I feel like he has his teammates’ support,” Boone said today. “We’ll see how that manifests itself over the coming days and weeks.”

This seems to be a step in the right direction towards gaining back support from his teammates. However, last Thursday, RHP Zack Britton had some interesting comments about German’s return to the team.

“Sometimes you don’t get to control who your teammates are,” Britton said. “I don’t agree with what he did. I don’t think it has any place in the game or off the field at all.”

If the Yankees decide to keep German around, he’s expected to have a big role on the team. He’ll likely be a part of the Yankees’ rotation after his dominance leading up to his suspension in September 2019.

German pitched to an 18-4 record in 2019, finishing with the highest winning percentage in baseball. He had a 4.03 ERA, a 4.72 FIP, 1.147 WHIP, and 153 strikeouts in 143 innings. With the Yankees suffering from many injuries, German stepped up and became the team’s unsung ace.

Although he’s currently in camp, German could get traded or even released if issues with the team cannot be resolved. Right now, German’s current focus is to try and give the Yankees the most that he can on the mound and gain back the clubhouse. The rest will go from there.

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No Big Secrets Sebastian Vettel Reveals Reason Behind Selling His Ferrari Car Collection

After spending 6 years with them, Sebastian Vettel has not just parted ways with the Ferrari F1 team. He has chosen to part ways with the Ferrari cars present in his private luxury car collection as well.

The German elected to put up eight of his cars, including five Ferraris, up for sale with a renowned car dealer and saw them get picked up like hotcakes. 

This led to unsubstantiated rumors of him trying to remove himself of every vestige of Ferrari in his garage. It was also rumored that he would be looking to make room for cars from his employer, Aston Martin.

He dispelled these rumors in an interview (translated via Google) at the Aston Martin car launch. 

Why did Sebastian Vettel get rid of the Ferrari cars?

The German enumerated his reasoning behind auctioning off his cars. He said, “The reason for this was to create a bit of space. I’m very busy in my life, so I don’t have the time to enjoy and drive around and do nothing – so no big secrets.”

He confirmed that he is not looking to get even with Ferrari in that manner after his unceremoniously ousting from the Italian team.

“[I was] not happy with the way it went. But I accepted it, lived through it and don’t regret it. Ultimately, I’m really looking forward to this year.”

BAHRAIN, BAHRAIN: Sebastian Vettel of Germany and Ferrari prepares to drive on the grid before the F1 Grand Prix of Bahrain at Bahrain International Circuit in Bahrain, Bahrain. (Photo by Lars Baron/Getty Images)

He also addressed the issue of his hunger for success at his advanced age. The 33-year-old said, “In terms of age I feel like I have it inside of me, but then it depends on the circumstances how things go in the near future.

“Our unofficial goal is third place and for that we have to be ahead of Ferrari, but for me it is not a personal satisfaction to land in front of them.”

Can the German make his renaissance in 2021?

Sebastian Vettel had his worst-ever season in 2020 when he finished a disappointing 13th place in the standings. He struggled to get out of Q1 during qualifying, at times. According to some, this was a signal of his decline, problems with the car notwithstanding. 

ABU DHABI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES – DECEMBER 01: Sebastian Vettel of Germany and Ferrari walks to the drivers parade before the F1 Grand Prix of Abu Dhabi at Yas Marina Circuit on December 01, 2019 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. (Photo by Mark Thompson/Getty Images)

He would be looking to put that behind him and will be refreshed by the small team atmosphere with Aston Martin. The German would find it similar to the environment which was present at Red Bull during his heyday.

Despite his public declarations, he will also be very motivated to pull one across his former employers. He will be at a team that was very close to finishing third in the standings. This team will also be powered by Mercedes power units, and that would work in the German’s favor.

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