The players of the Angels dodgers they don’t want that Trevor bauer return to the team in the MLB.
Trevor bauer who remains on administrative leave from Major League Baseball while investigations continue after a woman said he sexually assaulted her. Most of his teammates reportedly don’t want him back in the clubhouse.
Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times reported that the pitcher is “an outcast in his own clubhouse, where no teammate has publicly spoken of him or come to his defense.”
Furthermore, “most of the players does not want that Trevor bauer return under no circumstances ”.
DiGiovanna noted that a woman obtained an ex parte temporary restraining order against her and said that “the pitcher strangled her to the point of losing consciousness during two sexual encounters in the spring and injured her during the second.”
MLB put him on administrative leave and the Pasadena Police Department is investigating a possible felony assault.
Bauer can face suspension from baseball even if he is not legally charged.
Trevor Bauer’s agent, Jon Fetterolf, said: “Mr. Bauer had a brief and fully consensual sexual relationship initiated by [el acusador] as of April 2021. We have messages showing [al acusador] repeatedly asking for ‘rough’ sexual encounters, asking to be ‘strangled’ and slapped. “
ESPN’s Alden González reported that a civil hearing was delayed until August 2 to give Bauer’s team additional time to prepare their defense.
The league first announced on July 2 that Trevor bauer He would be put on administrative leave for seven days and has since been extended twice. The current license will expire on Tuesday, but the league may issue a request to the players’ association to establish another extension.
Los Angeles hired Trevor bauer this offseason after he pitched for the Arizona Diamondbacks, Cleveland and Cincinnati Reds early in his career. He last appeared in a game on June 28 of this season of the MLB.