The absence of Trevor Bauer is taking much longer than expected and is that Major League Baseball announced this Thursday that the Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher will remain on administrative leave at least until August 13, according to information released by the journalist Jon Heyman.
The current winner of the Cy Young of the National League is currently being investigated for an alleged assault case against a woman and next Monday, August 16, a hearing is scheduled to appear in court for a case that looks increasingly complicated. for the big league.
Trevor Bauer, who is on administrative leave from the MLB, continues to collect his salary despite not playing for the Los Angeles Dodgers. The pitcher was placed under this modality at the beginning of July, in principle for seven days, but the investigations are still ongoing so they have had to extend the license.
Been away for more than a month
Once Trevor Bauer’s indictment was known, Major League Baseball chose to place him on administrative leave as part of its policy against domestic violence. For this reason, the star pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers has not been able to get back on the mound this season.
In fact, the last time he saw action in the majors was on June 28. After that performance, the pitcher went 8-5 with a 2.59 ERA. He has 137 fanned in 107.2 innings pitched. (Bolavip)
Trevor Bauer’s paid administrative leave is extended another week https://t.co/l0EM7IxP5g
– LA Times Sports (@latimessports) August 6, 2021