Columnist Dylan Hernandez revealed that Trevor Bauer may not pitch again for the Dodgers

Trevor Bauer may not pitch anymore for the Los Angeles Dodgers.

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In case of Trevor Bauer it continues to be present for the media despite the fact that everything is focused on the bosses’ strike. On this occasion, the columnist of the Los Angeles Times Dylan Hernandez reported that the award winner Cy Young of the National League in 2019 he may not launch again with the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Hernández pointed out that regardless of the fact that the pitcher has not suffered criminal charges for his accusations of domestic violence, it remains to be seen what will happen with the investigation that is being carried out by the Big leagues and later if they will suspend it or not to the gunsmith.

On the other hand, in the blue team environment, many do not agree with the presence of the pitcher in the dugout; one of them were Mookie Betts and Clayton Kershawtwo of the most important captains of the champions of the 2020 season.

It should be noted that, Bauer he has been out of action since the beginning of the previous campaign, in addition to not receiving a penny of his lucrative salary with the Californians. Which exceeds 40 million dollars.

In this way, all that remains is to wait for the employer’s strike to be lifted so that the Major League Baseball Commissioner decide what’s going to happen with the starter, since they have every right to suspend Bauer for a while regardless of whether he has suffered criminal charges.

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