Flipped the clubhouse couch, smashed the TV…the perfect pitcher fell to drink

The shocking backstory of Domingo Herrmann (31-New York Yankees), who is out for the season with an alcohol problem, has been revealed.

Yahoo Sports reported on Friday (May 5) that the details of Herrmann’s stint on the disabled list have been revealed. Hermann was placed on the disabled list three days ago, followed by news that he would not pitch the rest of the season.

According to SNY’s Andy Martino, Hermann became aggressive in the Yankees clubhouse on Tuesday evening. Witnesses determined that he was intoxicated and unable to control his emotions. He wasn’t involved in an altercation with another player, but his behavior was frowned upon in front of several club officials.

“During the incident, Herrmann reportedly overturned a couch and smashed at least one television as teammates and coaching staff tried to calm him down,” the Wall Street Journal’s Lindy Adler wrote. He also got into an altercation with manager Aaron Boone and an unnamed other person in the clubhouse, causing his teammates to send him to the sauna room. The Yankees later announced that Herrmann was out for the season and that he was undergoing an alcohol-related hospitalization.토스카지노

This is not the first controversy involving Hermann. Yahoo Sports reported that Herrmann had previously slapped his girlfriend in front of teammates at a charity event. He missed the entire 2020 season due to domestic violence discipline stemming from a related incident. He was also caught using a foreign object during a game in May and was sent off. At the time, referee James Hoy said, “It was the stickiest hand I’ve ever felt. It was hard to keep my fingers away from his palm.” Hermann denied the allegations, but did not escape a 10-match suspension and a fine.

“Troublemaker” Hermann made Major League Baseball (MLB) history in June. He became the 24th pitcher in big league history to throw a perfect game, striking out nine in nine innings against the Oakland Athletics. In Yankees franchise history, he is fourth all-time behind Don Larson in 1956, David Wells in May 1998, and David Cone in July 1999. However, after his perfect game, he was up and down. His five-game ERA was 4.61.

After making his big league debut in 2017, Hermann burst onto the scene in 2019 with an 18-4 record. However, he hasn’t lived up to expectations since then due to personal issues. His season record is 5-7 with a 4.56 ERA, and his MLB career (6 years) is 31-28 with a 4.41 ERA.

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