MLB, MLBPA agree to extend Dodgers starter Trevor Bauer's administrative leave for another week

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Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association have actually consented to when again extend Los Angeles Dodgers right-hander Trevor Bauer’s administrative leave for another week. Bauer’s leave now extends through Friday, April 29, per several reports, consisting of the Associated Press. His leave had actually formerly been set to end on April 22.

Bauer, 31, has actually not pitched given that last June 28. Days after that start, he was implicated of attack. He was then put on administrative leave by the league while it carried out an examination in stereo with the Pasadena authorities department. The latter revealed on February 8 that Bauer would not deal with criminal charges in relation to the accusations. 

Even without the authorities department pushing charges, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred might still suspend Bauer under the league’s domestic violence and sexual attack policy. It’s uncertain when the league will finish up its examination and reveal a choice on his accessibility heading forward.

Bauer made 17 starts with the Dodgers last season prior to being put on leave. He signed a three-year agreement worth $102 million throughout the 2020-21 offseason. Unlike gamers who are suspended, people put on administrative leave continue to be paid in entire, according to the Los Angeles Times.

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