Domingo Tapia was signed to a minor league contract by the Cincinnati Reds on November 28, 2016. In 2017, he pitched for the Louisville Bats and Pensacola Blue Wahoos, with a combined record of 4-7 and a 4.08 ERA, with 85 strikeouts.
A 4-5 record and 3.60 ERA were Tapia’s stats for the year, split between Louisville and Pensacola. Free agency was granted to him on November 2, 2018.
Tapia signed a minor league contract with the Boston Red Sox on November 16, 2018.
With a 5.18 earned run average (ERA), 52 strikeouts in 66 innings of work for the Boston Red Sox’s Triple-A club Pawtucket Red Sox in 2019, he finished the year with a 5–4 record, one save, and 52 strikeouts.
He has a 38-50 record with a 4.14 ERA and four saves in 242 games in 10 seasons in the Minor Leagues, including with Pawtucket. For four seasons, he also played in the Dominican Winter League, with Gigantes del Cibao.
At the end of June, Tapia was added to Boston’s roster for the 2020 delayed-start major league season. September 11 was the date that the Boston Red Sox made him a member of their active roster.
On that day, he made his Major League Baseball debut against the Tampa Bay Rays and gave up a home run to the first batter he faced, Nate Lowe.
Prior to Boston’s last series, Tapia was placed on the injured list due to a right biceps contusion. Tapia pitched in five games for the 2020 Red Sox, all as a reliever, and had a 2.08 ERA and four strikeouts in 4+1/3 innings.
Is Domingo Tapia Married?
Domingo Tapia is not married. There is no record of his current reletionship.