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With the 2021 MLB Draft coming in July, baseball fans everywhere will want to keep an eye on both Kumar Rocker and Jack Leiter. 

If you’re a fan of the Vanderbilt baseball team, you know just how lucky the team is to have two of the best prospects in the game in the starting rotation right now. Seriously, being able to send out both Kumar Rocker and Jack Leiter out onto the bump is a blessing for skipper Tim Corbin.

Rocker is ranked the No. 1 prospect by MLB.com, while Leiter is No. 6 on the list. With the MLB Draft coming in July, both are looking like locks to be early picks. With that said, which hurler is the better target for teams to look at?

Both Kumar Rocker and Jack Leiter are locks to be first-round picks in the 2021 MLB Draft

Both pitchers have what it takes to be tremendous pitchers at the next level. They reminded baseball fans of that earlier this week. In Vanderbilt’s season-opening double-header win over Wright State, Rocker pitched four scoreless innings and struck out eight batters.

Leiter was equally as impressive, tossing five innings and striking out eight. Leiter also only gave up one hit during his standout performance. With the two powering the rotation for the Commodores, Vanderbilt is expected to be a serious threat to win the College World Series this campaign.

When the MLB Draft does roll around, both players will have their phones being blown up by scouts and clubs. Leiter, the son of former MLB All-Star Al Leiter, is known for his impressive velocity, as he’s surpassed 100 MPH in the past. As for Kumar, good luck hitting his fastball or slider, while his cutter is also downright dangerous.

Having to pick either is a bit of a tough task, but Rocker is the more highly-sought after prospect right now. However, both figure to be studs this season and once they hit the majors. Watch out for these two in the future.

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New York : VIDEO: Domingo Germán publicly apologizes after suspension for domestic violence

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Domingo Germán was suspended 81 games in 2019.

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During a virtual conference from Tampa, Florida, the Dominican pitcher for the New York Yankees, Domingo German, apologized to his team for “mistakes of which I am not proud,” he said Wednesday.

“I want to take this opportunity to sincerely apologize to the Steinbrenner family, my colleagues, management, and those close to me who love me. I have made mistakes of which I am not proud and for that I want to apologize“Said the pitcher.

It should be remembered that Domingo Germán He was suspended 81 games in September 2019 after attacking his girlfriend. This was the reason he missed the final two weeks of the regular season and the 2019 Playoffs, as well as the entire 2020 campaign.

Domingo German shares a statement regarding his suspension for violating MLB’s domestic violence policy. pic.twitter.com/6WSkrv8XT4

– YES Network (@YESNetwork) February 24, 2021

“When my team needed the most in 2019, before the playoffs started, I wasn’t there for them and for that I apologize. It was very difficult for me not to be pitching, helping my team, ”said Germán, who is 20-11 in 55 games with the Yankees.

Having to look from afar hurt a lot, but I also understand that I was responsible for putting myself in that situation“, He said.

I’m told the incident involving Domingo German and his girlfriend occurred late Monday night / Tuesday morning in a public setting – he allegedly slapped her during an argument. According to an MLB source, the incident was witnessed by an official from the Commissioner’s office.

– Bob Klapisch (@BobKlap) September 19, 2019

The right-hander took advantage of the microphones to commit to improving and contributing his maximum to the team.

What I want to do now is focus on what I love, which is pitching. My goal is to work hard and get back to my career. It has always been my dream to pitch in the Major Leagues and I am so grateful to have this dream in front of me. I need to show them through my actions how committed I am to becoming a contributor to this team, ”he concluded.

The Dominican is set to earn a spot in the Yankees’ starting rotation starting April 1, the date the 2021 MLB season kicks off.

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