MLB: Trevor Bauer’s administrative leave extended again

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The right hand pitcher Los Angeles Dodgers, Trevor Bauerwill not return to the diamonds of the Big leagues on April 22 as announced in previous days.

According to information from Bob Nightengale of USA Today, the Major League Baseball (MLB) and the Players Association (MLBPA) decided to extend the administrative license of the American one more week, until next April 29.

At the moment, Bauer remains under investigation by the Major League Baseball office after having violated a joint policy against domestic violence and sexual assault, imposed by the MLB and the MLBPA.

The above, after the 31-year-old pitcher was accused by a Southern California woman who assured that the player strangled her and hit her repeatedly, until she became unconscious, while they had a consensual relationship.

Although prosecutors were unable to prove the allegations of the woman, Big leagues he has maintained his position, continuing with his investigation; which has resulted in 13 extensions of Bauer’s administrative license.

Even last March Dodgers starter filed suit against the web portal The Athletic and former reporter Molly Knight, accusing them of “creating and spreading a false narrative.”

Trevor Bauer he last pitched on June 28 against San Francisco Giantsleaving a 3.79 ERA and 1,416 career strikeouts in MLB.

It should be noted that the administrative licensenot being a disciplinary sanction, allows the North Hollywood, California native to continue receiving his $32 million salary on a regular basis.



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