Urias placed on administrative leave due to ‘suspicion of domestic violence’ → The second Bauer?

Julio Urias (27, LA Dodgers), who was about to become a free agent (FA) player, faced the worst situation. He was placed on administrative leave following his departure amid domestic violence charges.

The LA Dodgers announced on the 7th (Korean time) that Urias had been placed on administrative leave by the Major League Baseball office.소닉카지노 This is the administrative leave that Trevor Bauer (32) received.

Major League Administrative Leave is guaranteed service time and salary. But I can’t play in the game. This is to separate the players from the squad while the investigation is taking place.

Previously, the Major League Baseball Secretariat reported on the 5th that Urias was recently arrested by the police on suspicion of domestic violence and was released on bail. Court appearance on the 28th.

Accordingly, the Major League Baseball Secretariat has stepped forward to conduct its own investigation into Urias’ allegations of domestic violence, regardless of his court appearance.

This is the second time Urias has been arrested by the police on charges of domestic violence. Previously, in May 2019, he was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence against his wife in the parking lot of a mall in LA.

At the time, Urias avoided prosecution, but was suspended for 20 games by the Major League Baseball office for violating the domestic violence agreement.

This time, the level of disciplinary action could be significantly higher. It is very likely that he will not be able to participate in the remainder of the season or even postseason games. There are also rumors of his expulsion from the Major League.

Bauer was previously placed on administrative leave for a year and a half due to sexual assault charges. At the time, Bauer was effectively kicked out of the major league despite not being indicted.

Since Major League Baseball introduced the domestic violence prevention agreement in 2015, no player has been disciplined more than twice.

Urias, in his 8th year in the major league, pitched 117 1/3 innings in 21 games this season until the 5th, recording 11 wins, 8 losses, and an ERA of 4.60.

This is a performance that falls far short of his expectations. Plus domestic violence charges. Urias faced the worst situation ahead of becoming a free agent.

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