Trevor Bauer’s administrative leave extended by 7 days by MLB amid investigation into Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher – .

Woman says in domestic violence restraining order Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer repeatedly strangled her unconscious during sex – .

Trevor Bauer’s administrative leave was extended by seven days on Thursday, as Major League Baseball continues its investigation into the sexual assault allegations against the Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher.
The extension, which came on the last day of Bauer’s initial leave, was obtained with the consent of the MLB Players Association. MLBPA must give consent for any extension of administrative leave, which guarantees players full compensation and up-time while investigations continue.

MLB and Pasadena Police Department are conducting separate investigations into Bauer after a woman accused him of strangling her until she repeatedly passed out, hitting her in multiple places on her body and leaving her with injuries that required hospitalization during two sexual encounters this year.

Bauer’s co-agents Rachel Luba and Jon Fetterolf released a statement shortly after the MLB announcement on Thursday.


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