For Trevor Bauer, the possibility of returning to play this year for the Los Angeles Dodgers it becomes more and more minimal entering already in the last month of the MLB regular season and with the playoffs in his sights, and despite his last victory in the courts where the restraining order against him could be withdrawn, Apparently the consequences for Bauer for his actions continue to ramify.
In a recent report by ESPN’s Jeff Passan, the journalist mentioned the possible paths that Trevor Bauer could take from today not only to escape a potential MLB punishment or go to prison for domestic violence, but his own career, seeing that his return to the Los Angeles Dodgers is very complicated not only because of the bad publicity it would do for the franchise, but because he has earned the dislike of his still teammates.
According to Passan, in the event that Bauer is allowed to play again, the Dodgers veterans would object to the pitcher returning to the roster because it would be harmful to the clubhouse, making his influence felt within the organization to avoid all It costs the still reigning Cy Young of the National League to wear blue again.
Although Passan does not mention names, the fact that they are “veterans” suggests that in that group are great players and with a long time in the Dodgers, how could they be Clayton Kershaw, Justin Turner, Chris Taylor, Max Muncy, David Price or Kenley Jansen, just to mention a few.
Will Trevor Bauer play for the Los Angeles Dodgers again? Only time will tell until your legal situation is resolved.