German did not factor in the decision against Oakland on Saturday despite allowing four runs on seven hits and two walks over four innings. He struck out two.
The right-hander was hurt by a pair of solo homers and a fifth-inning two-run single. He failed to set down the side in order in any frame and was ousted during the fifth inning for the second straight contest. After registering a 2.35 ERA across nine starts from April 22 to June 6, German has surrendered 11 combined earned runs over 8.1 innings across his past two starts. He'll try to get back on track when he faces Boston on the road next weekend.
German (4-4) allowed seven runs on 10 hits and one walk while striking out two in 4.1 innings to take the loss against the Phillies on Sunday.
German allowed baserunners in four of the first five innings Sunday and posted his worst results of the season in the loss. The righty has now recorded a 3.88 ERA and 1.12 WHIP in 65 innings across his first 12 starts of the year. He tentatively lines up to make his next appearance at home against the Athletics on Saturday.
German took the no-decision in Sunday's 6-5 loss to Boston, pitching 5.2 innings and allowing one run on three hits and two walks with three strikeouts.
Despite not missing many bats with only three strikeouts, German held a capable Boston offense in check aside from an Alex Verdugo solo home run. The righty has now allowed three runs or less in all 10 of his starts and sports a solid 3.12 ERA and 1.02 WHIP.
German allowed three earned runs on three hits and no walks while striking out five across five innings Tuesday against the Rays. He did not factor into the decision.
German allowed only three baserunners in the start, but each of them came around to score thanks to two home runs. Long balls have been a consistent problem for German this season, as he's allowed multiple shots in five of his 10 starts and is surrendering 1.8 HR/9. Even so, he's maintained a solid 3.27 ERA with a very strong 52:10 K:BB across 55 innings on the campaign.
German (4-3) allowed two earned runs on three hits and two walks while striking out five across 5.2 innings, taking the loss to the Blue Jays on Thursday.
German made very few mistakes in the loss; however, the Blue Jays took full advantage of them with a pair of home runs by Bo Bichette and Marcus Semien. The 28-year-old is having a solid season with a 3.06 ERA and a 1.08 WHIP through 50 innings. He is averaging just one walk per five innings pitched. Currently, he is not scheduled to start in the Yankees' next six games.
German and the Yankees won't play the Blue Jays on Wednesday after the game was postponed due to inclement weather in New York.
The two sides will make up the game as part of a doubleheader Thursday. Expect German to start one of the two games, with Jordan Montgomery likely to start the other contest.
German (4-2) picked up the win Thursday after holding the Rangers scoreless across seven innings. He allowed six hits and no walks while striking out five.
German turned in a lights-out performance, blanking his opponent for the second time this season while stretching out for a tied for season-long seven innings of work. The 28-year-old took advantage of solid command as he did not issue any free passes for the first time this year. German has now posted quality starts in five of his last six outings, going 4-0 over that span. On the season, the right-hander is pitching to the tune of a 3.05 ERA and 1.11 WHIP. He's slated to take the mound again at home Wednesday against Toronto.
German (3-2) picked up the win in Saturday's 8-2 victory over the Orioles, allowing one run on four hits and two walks over six innings while striking out six.
The Yankees handed him a 3-0 lead before he even set foot on the mound in Baltimore, and German kept the O's off the board until his final inning of work. The right-hander fired 53 of 80 pitches for strikes in his second straight quality start and fourth of the year, and he'll take a 3.62 ERA and 37:8 K:BB through 37.1 innings into his next outing.
German allowed two runs on five hits and a walk while striking out six in 6.1 innings in Sunday's win over the Nationals. He didn't factor into the decision.
German began Sunday's game by tossing six scoreless frames, but he gave up a two-run homer with one out in the seventh inning that forced him to settle for a second straight no-decision. The right-hander has recorded a 4.02 ERA and 1.18 WHIP in 31.1 innings across his first six starts of the season. German tentatively lines up to make his next start on the road against Baltimore on Saturday.
German didn't factor into the decision in Tuesday's 7-3 win over the Astros, allowing three runs on four hits and a walk over five innings. He struck out six.
The right-hander tossed 51 of 83 pitches for strikes but didn't stick around long enough to take advantage of the Yankees' offensive eruption in the sixth inning and get credit for the win. German did serve up two more homers, the third time in five starts he's been tagged for multiple long balls, and as a result he'll take a 4.32 ERA and 25:5 K:BB through 25 innings into his next outing.
German (2-2) earned the win Wednesday, pitching seven shutout innings versus the Orioles. He allowed three hits and a walk with six strikeouts.
German was highly effective in this AL East matchup, as no Oriole got past second base on his watch. It's the first time in four starts he hasn't allowed a run. The right-hander lowered his ERA to 4.05 with a 1.30 WHIP and 19:4 K:BB across 20 innings this season. The 28-year-old's next start is scheduled for Tuesday at home versus the Astros.
German (1-2) allowed three runs (two earned) on seven hits and one walk while striking out six across six innings to earn the win Thursday against Cleveland.
German appeared to be in for a short outing early on, as he allowed four hits and all three runs in his first inning of work. However, he bounced back to keep the Yankees in the game long enough to earn his first win of the season. German was demoted to the alternate site earlier in the season, but he figures to remain in the rotation now that the team is faced with a heavier schedule.
The Yankees recalled German from their alternate training site ahead of his scheduled start Thursday in Cleveland.
New York's fifth starter will return to the big club for his first start since April 10 after the Yankees parked him at the alternate site for two weeks in order to maintain more roster flexibility. Reliever Brooks Kriske was optioned to clear a spot on the 26-man roster for German.
German will return from the Yankees' alternate training site to start against Cleveland on Thursday, Tom Withers of the Associated Press reports.
German made two starts early in the campaign and allowed seven runs across seven innings before being sent to the team's alternate site. Manager Aaron Boone suggested at the time that the move was made in response to a light schedule that saw New York play only six games in eight days, so German could be returning to the rotation for more than just a spot start. The Yankees will certainly need a fifth starter, as their next off day won't take place until May 3.
German is slated to start one of the Yankees' four games in their upcoming series against Cleveland, Randy Miller of NJ Advance Media reports.
German made two starts earlier this season for New York, allowing seven runs across a combined seven innings and posting a 7:2 K:BB. He was then sent to the team's alternate training site and impressed in a Triple-A exhibition contest Saturday, allowing one unearned run on two hits across five frames. Manager Aaron Boone indicated that German will be brought back onto the active roster to face Cleveland sometime between Thursday and Sunday, though he did not specify an exact date. That decision may come down to whether the team will opt to give Gerrit Cole and/or Jordan Montgomery an extra day of rest.
Manager Aaron Boone said Sunday that he expects German to rejoin the Yankees when a fifth starter is next required April 24 in Cleveland, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.
German was unable to carry his stellar results from spring training into his first two turns of the regular season, giving up seven runs on 12 hits and two walks over seven innings en route to taking losses to the Blue Jays and Rays. New York optioned German to its alternate site following Saturday's game in Tampa Bay, but based on Boone's comments, the right-hander's demotion wasn't due solely to his pair of poor outings. With a pair of off days in the next eight days, the Yankees will instead run a streamlined four-man rotation, so German will be parked at the alternate site in the short term to give the team an extra roster spot. German still appears to have the edge over Deivi Garcia and Michael King for the fifth starter's job.
German was optioned to the Yankees' alternate training site Saturday.
German was charged with his second loss of the season Saturday as he allowed four runs on eight hits and one walk while striking out five in four innings against the Rays. The Yankees aren't in need of a fifth starter in the near future since they have two upcoming days off, so German will get to work on things at the team's alternate camp following an underwhelming start to the 2021 campaign.
German (0-1) gave up three runs on four hits and a walk while fanning two across three innings to take the loss Sunday against the Blue Jays.
German tossed nine scoreless innings while striking out 13 and walking just one during spring training, but he wasn't able to replicate those results in the season opener and lasted only three innings before being lifted. He will try to bounce back in his next start, scheduled for April 10 on the road against the Rays.
German appears to be lined up as the Yankees' fifth starter after Deivi Garcia was optioned Friday, James Wagner of The New York Times reports.
German significantly outperformed Garcia this spring, making the Yankees' decision seemingly a fairly easy one. Garcia struck out 14 batters in 14 innings, but he also walked eight and allowed seven runs (six earned). Meanwhile, German tossed nine scoreless innings, striking out 13 while walking just one. He showed what he was capable of in 2019, backing up a respectable 4.03 ERA with a 25.8 percent strikeout rate and 6.6 percent walk rate, though exactly how much he'll resemble that pitcher this year after missing last year while suspended for domestic violence remains to be seen.
German tossed four scoreless innings in Monday's Grapefruit League game versus the Phillies, allowing three hits and one walk while striking out six.
German enjoyed an effective and efficient outing, needing only 46 pitches (35 strikes) to make it through four frames. He has been dominant so far this spring, throwing nine scoreless innings and yielding only five hits while posting a 13:1 K:BB. Though Deivi Garcia -- German's primary competition for the fifth-starter role -- has also thrown well this spring, German may be sliding ahead of him with his effectiveness in Grapefruit League action.
|Last 7 Games|
|06/19||vs OAK||W 7-5||4.0||7||4||2||6|
|06/13||@ PHI||L 0-7||1||4.1||10||7||1||2|
|06/06||vs BOS||L 5-6||5.2||3||1||2||3|
|06/01||vs TB||W 5-3||5.0||3||3||0||5|
|05/27||vs TOR||L 0-2||1||5.2||3||2||2||5|
|05/20||@ TEX||W 2-0||1||7.0||6||0||0||5|
|05/15||@ BAL||W 8-2||1||6.0||4||1||2||6|
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|Minor League Pitching Stats|
|2018||ROK-GCL Yankees East||1.1||1||0||0||0||1||0||2||2||3||40.91||4.545|