Domingo Antonio Acevedo…is married, Maria, and has one child.
Spent the entire season on the A’s active roster and was 4-4 with four saves, a 3.33 ERA and .636 opponents OPS in a team-leading 70 relief appearances...His 70 games pitched tied for fifth in the American League and were the most among Major League rookies…fell one short of the Oakland record for most games pitched by a rookie (71 by Aaron Small in 1997 and Ryan Cook in 2012)...His four saves tied for fourth among AL rookies…was 4-for-8 (50.0%) in save opportunities...Allowed 10-of-33 (33.3%) inherited runners to score…first batters faced were 14-for-64 (.219) with six walks (.286 on-base percentage)...Compiled a 5.59 ERA and .971 opponents OPS over his first 10 games, a 2.36 ERA and .535 OPS over his next 45 games from May 2 to Aug. 21, and a 5.11 ERA and .703 OPS over his final 15 contests...Allowed a .206 opponents batting average, which broke down to .201 (33-for-164) with a .587 OPS against right-handed hitters compared to .215 (17-for-79) with a .734 OPS against left-handers...Opponents hit .209 with the bases empty, .202 with runners on...Yielded a .136 batting average with two strikes…opponents were 1-for-30 (.033) on an 0-2 count...Logged a 0.93 ERA and .453 opponents OPS in 32 games against AL West competition…had a 5.12 ERA and .757 OPS in 38 games against all other teams…now has a 1.62 ERA and .558 OPS in 41 career appearances against divisional foes...Had a 5.54 ERA and allowed 8-of-14 (57.1%) inherited runners to score in 28 appearances when pitching on exactly one day of rest…compiled a 1.77 ERA and allowed 2-of-16 (12.5%) inherited runners to score in all other outings...Posted a 1.98 ERA in 29 day games, a 4.24 ERA in 41 contests at night...Committed three errors, which tied for the most among AL pitchers...DAY-BY-DAY: Was on the A’s Opening Day roster and struck out two batters in each of his first four appearances…then had career highs in runs (3), hits (5) and home runs (2) on April 16 at Toronto when he was charged with the blown save in a game the A’s would come back to win 7-5…it was his first of three games with three runs allowed (Aug. 23 vs. Miami and Sept. 2 at Baltimore)…was charged with the first loss of his career on April 29 against Cleveland when he allowed two runs on three hits in 1.0 inning…finished April with a 5.59 ERA and .605 opponents OPS in 10 games…then compiled a 1.29 ERA and .518 OPS in 13 appearances in May…tossed a career-high tying 2.0 scoreless innings May 2 against Tampa Bay and May 21 at Los Angeles (AL)…allowed five runs in 4.0 innings over a five-game stretch from June 3 to 15…then did not allow a run in 13 of his next 14 contests from June 18 to July 21…had a 0.63 ERA and .393 opponents OPS over that streak…began that stretch with a career-high 8.1 innings scoreless steak from June 18 to July 5…struck out a career-high tying three batters June 19 against Kansas City…was credited with the first win of his career June 26 at Kansas City when he tossed a scoreless seventh inning in the A’s 5-3 win…did not allow a run in 14 of his 16 games from Aug. 15 to Sept. 28 but allowed three runs in each of the two games in which he allowed a run (3.95 ERA, .548 OPS)…finished August with a 3.00 ERA in 12 games but had a .372 OPS, allowing just seven hits and a walk in 12.0 innings…walked a career-high tying three batters in 0.1 innings on Sept. 2 at Baltimore…matched his career high with three strikeouts on Sept. 9 against Chicago (AL)…earned his first career save when he got the final out of the A’s 8-7 win at Texas on Sept. 14…was credited with all four of his saves over a four-game stretch from Sept. 14-21…then had a loss, a win and a blown save over his final four contests
Made his Major League debut and compiled a 3.27 ERA and .225 opponents batting average in 10 relief appearances over two stints with the A’s…walked four batters for a .295 on-base percentage and yielded three home runs for a .475 slugging percentage (.770 OPS)...Had a 9.00 ERA and 1.231 opponents OPS in three appearances during his first stint from June 21 to July 2…returned on Sept. 14 and posted a 1.13 ERA and .554 OPS over his final seven games...His opponents batting average broke down to .200 (3-for-15) with a .561 OPS against left.handed hitters compared to .240 (6-for-25) wit a .796 OPS against right-handers…yielded all three of his home runs to righties...Opponents were 0-for-7 with runners in scoring position…had a .077 opponents average and allowed two of his three home runs with the bases empty, a .296 average with runners on base...First batters faced were 3-for-9 (.333) with a walk…did not inherit any runners...Spent the balance of the season with Triple-A Las Vegas where he was 2-0 with nine saves, a 2.48 ERA and .186 opponent batting average in 30 relief appearances…the nine saves were the first of his professional career, tied for third in the A’s farm system and tied for fifth most in the Triple-A West...Struck out 53 batters and walked just six in 32.2 innings…averaged 14.60 strikeouts and 1.65 walks per nine innings and had a strikeout-to-walk ratio of 8.83...Based on a minimum of 30 innings pitched, had the lowest opponents on-base percentage among Triple-A West relievers (.230) and the third lowest ERA (2.48)...Converted 9-of-11 (81.8%) save opportunities…allowed 3-of-10 (30.0%) inherited runners to score and first batters faced were 4-for-29 (.138) with a hit by pitch (.167 on-base percent.age)...His opponents batting average broke down to .180 (9-for-50) with a .616 OPS against right.handed hitters compared to .191 (13-for-68) with a .564 OPS against left-handers...Allowed a .148 batting average with runners in scoring position...Did not allow an earned run in 16 home games (2 r in 17.2 ip) and had a .391 opponents OPS…had a 5.40 ERA and .804 OPS in 14 games on the road...Did not allow a run in eight day games (10.0 ip) nor eight games against the Triple-A East (8.1 p)...Yielded a .077 batting average against the number three hitter and .079 with two strikes...Tossed at least 1.0 inning in 28 of his 30 appearances...Went 1-0 with a 3.12 ERA in eight relief appearances for Estrellas in the Dominican Winter League.
Was a non-roster invitee with the New York Yankees and did not allow a run in four Spring Training appearances (4.0 ip, 1 h, 3 bb, 3 so)…was added to the Yankees 60-man player pool on June 29 but did not pitch in 2020.
In his first year as a reliever, went 8-1 with a 4.35 ERA (51.2IP, 42H, 27R/25ER, 14BB, 54K, 11HR) in 32 appearances between Double-A Trenton and Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre… limited opponents to a .219 BA (42-for192)… began the season with Trenton before being transferred to Scranton/WB on 6/28… was placed on the Scranton/WB injured list on 8/8 (retro to 8/7) and released on 8/23… was re-signed on 8/26 and immediately placed on the Scranton/WB injured list, missing the remainder of the season.
Did not appear in a game for the Yankees in his only stint with the club (7/21)...Combined with Double-A Trenton and short-season Single-A Staten Island to go 3-3 with a 2.99 ERA (69.1IP, 23ER) in 16 games (12 starts)…missed approximately two-and-a-half months on the minor league disabled list...Started the season with Trenton and went 3-3 with a 2.92 ERA (64.2IP, 21ER) in 14 games (10 starts)…allowed 2ER or fewer in eight of his 10 starts...Made his final two starts of the season with Staten Island, posting a 3.86 ERA (4.2IP, 2ER)
Combined with Single-A Tampa, Double-A Trenton and Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre to go 6-6 with a 3.25 ERA (133.0IP, 48ER) and 142K in 23 starts…ranked among Yankees farmhands in strikeouts (2nd) and ERA (7th)... Began the season with Tampa, going 0-4 with a 4.57 ERA (41.1IP, 21ER) in seven starts before being promoted to Trenton on 5/18…in 14 starts with the Thunder, went 5-1 with a 2.38 ERA (79.1IP, 21ER)…made two starts with the RailRiders in June, going 1-1 with a 4.38 ERA (12.1IP, 6ER)…ended the season on the minor league D.L... Was named to the World Team in the All-Star Futures Game…allowed 3ER in 1.0IP (4H, 1K) in the game... Following the season, was tabbed by Baseball America as the Yankees' No. 10 prospect and as having the system's "Best Changeup."... Was added to the Yankees' 40-man roster on 11/20/17.
Combined at Single-A Charleston and Single-A Tampa to go 5-4 with one complete game, a 2.61 ERA (93.0IP, 27ER) and 102K in 18 starts…opponents batted .243 (83-for-342) BA; LH .248 (34-for-137), RH .239 (49-for-205)... Began the season by making eight starts for the RiverDogs, going 3-1 with a 1.90 ERA (42.2IP, 9ER)... Was promoted to Tampa on 6/14 and went 2-3 with a 3.22 ERA (50.1IP, 18ER) in 10 starts…tossed a 7.0-inning complete game shutout (5H, 6K, 1HP) on 6/27-G2 vs. Brevard County... Following the season, was ranked by Baseball America as the No. 10 prospect in the Yankees organization and labeled as having the "Best Fastball" and "Best Changeup" in the system.
Began the season with Single-A Charleston, making one start for the RiverDogs (1.2IP, 1ER)... Spent the majority of the season with short-season Single-A Staten Island, going 3-0 with a 1.69 ERA (48.0IP, 9ER) in 11 starts, allowed 1ER-or-fewer in nine of his 11 starts with the club, doing so in each of his ﬁnal seven starts of the season (0.77 ERA, 35.0IP, 3ER in those games)…was named the NYPL "Pitcher of the Week" for 8/17-23... Made seven relief appearances with the Surprise Saguaros of the Arizona Fall League, going 1-0 with a 2.25 ERA (12.0IP, 9H, 3R/3ER, 3BB, 11K)... Following the season, was ranked by Baseball America as the No. 3 prospect in the New York-Penn League and the No. 5 prospect in the Yankees organization…was also tabbed by the publication as the "Short-Season Pitcher of the Year" and was named to the Short-Season All-Star Team.
Made ﬁve starts for the GCL Yankees 2, going 0-1 with a 4.11 ERA (15.1IP, 7ER, 21K).
Made his professional debut with the DSL Yankees 1, going 1-2 with a 2.63 ERA (41.0IP, 42H, 20R/12ER, 11BB,43K) in 11 appearances (10 starts).