Yankees’ ‘Perfect Pitcher’ Herrmann hospitalized for alcoholism…out for season

New York Yankees right-handed pitcher Domingo Hermann (30), who played a perfect game just two months ago, was withdrawn from power to receive hospital treatment for alcohol poisoning.

Brian Cashman, general manager of the Major League Baseball (MLB) Yankees, held a press conference at Yankee Stadium in New York, USA on the 3rd (Korean time) and said, “Hermann has decided to be hospitalized due to alcohol abuse.” won’t be able to,” he said.

Herman, from the Dominican Republic, is a key pitcher who stepped into the big leagues with the Yankees in 2017. In 2019, he enjoyed an 18-4 record with a 4.03 ERA.

Hermann also achieved a perfect 스포츠토토 game, a flawless game, in an away match against the Oakland Athletics on June 29.

In nine innings pitched, he struck out nine while giving up no hits and no walks.

This was the 24th perfect game in MLB history, and a record 11 years after Felix Hernandez in September 2012.

Despite his dazzling skills, Hermann has often been subject to gossip, exposing various personal life issues throughout his career.

He assaulted his girlfriend in September 2019 and was out for the season for violating the domestic violence prevention agreement, and the entire 2020 season, which was held as a shortened season due to discipline, was canceled.

At the time, Hermann announced his retirement, but also returned after twists and turns.

This year, there were various noises. On May 17, against the Toronto Blue Jays, he was ejected and suspended for 10 games after being caught putting foreign substances on the ball during the game.