Trevor Bauer missed the entire 2022 regular season after being suspended for sexual assault allegations in April 2022 and taking a leave of absence in July 2021. Although the suspension was eventually lifted, it is unclear if Bauer will remain with the Los Angeles Dodgers. uncertain. A right-handed pitcher, Arizona since 2011. He has played in MLB with four different franchises, including the Diamondbacks, Cleveland Indians and Cincinnati Reds.
Bauer last played in the MLB in 2021, going 8-5 in 17 games. Additionally, Bauer won the 2020 National League Cy Young Award while playing for the Reds.
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During his suspension, Bauer issued a statement condemning the allegations and vowing to appeal the ruling. “
why was he suspended?
MLB formally suspended Bauer on April 29, 2022, initially suspending him for 324 games, but the decision was eventually amended on appeal. The suspension was the result of an investigation conducted by the league regarding allegations of domestic violence and sexual assault. Initially, the pitcher had been on leave since July 2021 after law enforcement opened an investigation into Bauer over allegations of sexual assault by a woman.
Following the league’s decision, the Dodgers released the following statement: We fully support MLB’s joint domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse policy and the Commissioner’s enforcement of the policy. Therefore, I will not comment further until the process is complete.”
Multiple women in various states have accused Bauer of accusing them of themselves, including a woman who claimed Bauer physically assaulted him while he was in Ohio in 2017, and a third accuser who came forward during MLB’s investigation. accused of assaulting
How long was he suspended?
Initially, MLB decided that Bauer would receive a full regular season suspension for two seasons. However, Bauer appealed this ruling, and on December 22, 2022, an independent arbitrator changed his suspension to his 194 games, lifting it with immediate effect.
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“Today, a neutral arbitrator selected by MLB and the MLBPA confirmed that Trevor Bauer violated Major League Baseball’s Joint Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Child Abuse Policy,” MLB said in a statement at the time. “After a thorough review of the available evidence, the neutral arbitrator upheld an unpaid suspension of 194 games. As part of the decision, the arbitrator effectively dismissed Mr. Bauer immediately. I reinstated him for the 2022 season.”
What is his career earnings?
Over 12 seasons, the 31-year-old Bauer has made over $82 million as a pitcher. Additionally, if Bauer continues to play for the Dodgers, the franchise reportedly owes him up to $22 million for the 2023 season. Bauer’s suspension is considered the longest indefinite suspension in MLB history.