Germán apologizes after serving domestic violence suspension

NEW YORK (AP) — Yankees pitcher Domingo Germán gave a public apology Wednesday for actions that led to a lengthy suspension under Major League Baseball’s domestic violence policy, a day after he spoke with New York teammates and admitted he had engaged in dangerous conduct. The 28-year-old has been welcomed by teammates but also has faced wariness as he attempts to regain a place in the starting rotation. Germán was sidelined from September 2019 through last season. Luke Voit says Germán “is skating on thin ice.”