Major League Baseball's investigation into New York Yankees right-hander Domingo German following an alleged domestic violence incident may soon be coming to an end. Ken Davidoff of the New York Post reports the case is ending its final stages and a "resolution is expected in a matter of weeks rather than months."
German was placed on administrative leave under MLB's domestic violence policy on Sept. 19. He missed the final nine games of the regular season plus New York's nine postseason games. Here's more from Davidoff:
While a penalty hasn't been determined for the Yankees' right-hander, German's offenses don't appear to be as egregious as those of Astroscloser Roberto Osuna, who served a 75-game suspension last year.