Yankees: The bad news for NYY begins; this pitcher will start 2022 on the disabled list

Spring Training just started and Aaron Boone already shared bad news for the New York Yankees. This because the manager announced that Domingo Germán suffered from an injury that would make the 2022 Season of the MLB on the injured list. The Dominican was predicted to be an important part of the rotation of NYYbut it seems that at first it may not be so.

The New York Yankees could not count on Domingo Germán for the first days of the 2022 Major League Season, since an injury would send him to the team’s disabled list.

Aaron Boone, manager of the Bronx organization, revealed on Monday, March 14, that the pitcher has shoulder ailments and that he has just started his rehabilitation process with pitches.

The Dominican would have felt this injury since last January and the recovery process could interfere with him being with his team and in the starting rotation during the start of the upcoming season.

Domingo Germán saw action in 22 games of the 2021 Season with the New York Yankees. In that time he managed to post a 4-5 win-loss record as well as a 4.58 ERA.

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Yankees: The bad news for NYY begins; this pitcher will start 2022 on the disabled list