The pitcher of the New York Yankees Domingo Germán is ready to begin his rehab after suffering a setback on August 20. Aaron Boone’s troop is very close to knowing if the Dominican will be able to return this season of MLB.
Germán is scheduled to pitch in the minor leagues on Tuesday night. The Yankees They have not yet announced where the Dominican will pitch, but it could be in the class A Hudson Valley, because the AA and AAA teams will be on the road.
“It is planned that German go to a game on Tuesday, and then we will have a decision there if you are ready to come back with us or not, “was what manager Aaron Boone told nj.com.
Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder AJ Pollock has yet to fully recover from the strained right hamstring that has him on the disabled list.
Although Pollock has been doing light activities in the field for the past few days, there is still no definitive date for his return.
He is not expected to join the team in Cincinnati this weekend, and may be sent to a couple of minor league rehab games, although that has yet to be officially decided.
Venezuelan Miami Marlins first baseman Jesús Aguilar continues to recover from the left knee inflammation that has placed him on the 10-day disabled list since September 8.
He told the Marlins he had been dealing with the problem for a few weeks, until he tried swinging at practice and couldn’t hit. He is rehabilitating his knee in Miami.
“Hopefully I can have him back before the season is over,” manager Don Mattingly told the MLB portal.