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Mara Vega Wiki– Mara Vega Biography

Mara Vega
Mara Vega (Image Source- Facebook)

Mara Vega Bio

Mara Vega is known as the wife of Domingo German, a professional Dominican baseball pitcher for Major League Baseball’s New York Yankees. He made his 2017 MLB debut. The Yankees pitcher was put on leave on Thursday, September 19, 2019 in the midst of a national violence probe.

Domingo German and Mara Vega

It is not clear how long the Mara and Germán have been together, the only known fact is that they are of Haitian descent from the Dominican Republic with Germán. The picture below was a posting with the caption on her Facebook: “LIFE, the only game without a manual of instructions”

Mara Vega Children

Mara Vega Children
Mara Vega And Domingo German With Kids 

Mara Vega and Germán have two kids born in 2018, a first-born daughter and a son. In a gender revelation in July 23, 2018 German and his wife published a gendered child revelation for the latest addition to their family and he was so happy to find out that they had a little kid.

Mara Vega is proud to be a mother, according to her description on Facebook which translates into Spanish

 “My children, Chrisgelyann & Gian A. German.”

Mara totally loves his kids, as you can tell by watching some of his social media messages. But it was only the cherry on top that announced the arrival of a baby boy in a very baseball manner.

Domingo Domestic Suspension and Dispute

The Yankees pitcher was put on leave on Thursday, September 19, 2019 in the midst of a domestic violence probe. Details of the supposed incident have not been published instantly.

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Read the team statement announcing the placement of Germán on administrative leave.

We fully support all measures being undertaken by the Commissioner’s Office pursuant to the Policy on Domestic Violence,”

The initial period of leave will last up to seven days but may be extended as necessary until the investigation is complete, potentially keeping Germán off the rubber forever.

“We support this policy which reinforces that domestic violence has no place in our society and cannot be tolerated,”

The statement continued:

“We have followed the lead of Major League Baseball and will continue to provide our complete cooperation throughout the investigative process.

“We reserve any further comment until the investigation reaches its conclusion.”

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