Another of the players who is involved in problems of domestic violence is the Dominican Starlin Castro of the Washington Nationals, who saw his administrative leave from MLB extended for a longer time, which endangers his career in the Major Leagues. While he has not yet been convicted of anything or has been tried, Washington is not very happy with his actions.
According to information from Jesse Dougherty of The Washington Post, Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo has mentioned that Castro likely played his last game with the capital, as they have a zero tolerance policy against domestic violence. In the organization.
When I heard the news I was very disappointed. Here is zero tolerance in those situations. We have to be better than this. No matter how good you are, none of these behaviors will be tolerated. He probably won’t play for us again.
Castro, like Trevor Bauer, is on paid administrative leave as the investigations against him continue and they are not yet suspended.