Hermann, the man of the Yankees’ ‘Power Curve’, suspended for 10G for using a foreign substance… “It is unfair”

 New York Yankees Domingo Hermann was suspended from play.

US local media MLB.com said on the 18th, “Hermann was suspended for 10 games and fined for violating the rules for using foreign substances.”

Previously, Hermann started against the Toronto Blue Jays on the 17th and continued perfect pitching until the 3rd inning, and was examined by the referees in the 4th inning.

At the time, the referee judged that there was an irregular foreign substance in Hermann’s hand, and immediately ordered him to leave.

However, Hermann claimed innocence, saying, “It’s unfair. I only used rosin,” but the judges said, “There was a very sticky black object in my hand, not rosin powder.”토토사이트

Hermann was also suspected of using a foreign substance once against the Minnesota Twins on the 16th of last month, and was instructed to wash his hands by the referee at the time.

Hermann made his big league debut in 2017 in a Yankees uniform. As a player whose strengths were a four-seam fastball averaging mid-90s and a power curve, he went 28-24 with 2 holds and an earned run average of 4.31 over six big league seasons.

He has recorded an average ERA of 3.75 this season with 2 wins and 3 losses in 9 games.