By the third inning, the Yankees defense had abandoned him as much as his command, and German exited in the fourth inning with a 10-0 deficit, having surrendered four solo home runs.
German also contributed to that three-error third inning at Yankee Stadium, where the crowd made its displeasure known.
With the Yanks already trailing 6-0 on Thursday night, German and third baseman Josh Donaldson committed errors on the same continuous play, leading to two unearned runs – along with a lengthy replay review.
Recovering the ball, Donaldson threw to German, racing to cover third base, as Suarez tried to advance.
Suarez would have been out by plenty, but German dropped Donaldson’s toss, allowing Suarez to score and advancing Ford to second base.
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Next came the delay.
An umpire crew chief’s challenge was followed by a successful challenge by Seattle manager Scott Servais to advance Ford to third base on the double error.
Jose Caballero cashed in with a sacrifice fly to make it 8-0, and the Yanks’ third error occurred two batters later.
Rizzo then prevented the inning from being extended, and another run from scoring, when he saved Donaldson from a second error when he snared a bounced, wide throw to first.
German was gone after yielding fourth-inning, one-out homers to Teoscar Hernandez and Raleigh, back-to-back.
This article originally appeared on NorthJersey.com: Yankees commit several errors as Domingo German struggles mightily
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