130.6 Billion Pitcher Who Didn’t Find Bauer Finally Released for ‘Assault on Women’

Right-handed pitcher Trevor Bauer, who received a severe punishment for assaulting a woman, was eventually released.

The Los Angeles Dodgers of the American Major League (MLB) officially announced the release of Bauer on the 13th following the designated for assignment (DFA) action on Bauer on the 7th 바카라사이트

Bauer did not receive any recruiting offers from other clubs during the week-long waiting period after the DFA, and the Dodgers did not offer Bauer either. Bauer was released from the Dodgers and became a free agent.

Bauer, who received the National League Cy Young Award in 2020, signed a 3-year, $102 million (approximately 130.6 billion won) contract with the Dodgers ahead of the 2021 season. Bauer lived up to expectations with an average ERA of 2.59 of 8 wins and 5 losses in 17 games in 2021. 

However, a crack occurred when Bauer was investigated by the prosecution for assaulting a woman during sexual intercourse. 

Bauer was not prosecuted by the Los Angeles County Prosecutor’s Office in February of last year, but in April of last year, he was suspended for 324 games without pay in accordance with the MLB Secretariat’s own rules for sexual and domestic violence. 

Afterwards, Bauer’s unpaid suspension was reduced to 194 games, but the Dodgers’ choice was ‘break up’. 

The Dodgers must pay an annual salary of $22.5 million (approximately 28 billion won) for the 2023 season, excluding 51 games subject to an unpaid suspension. The Dodgers put an end to their relationship with Bauer even at the cost of a huge loss. 

Meanwhile, Bauer, who became a free agent (FA), can sign with other clubs without restrictions. 

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