According to a report by Jon Heyman, a New York Post columnist and MLB Network analyst, it appears the dodgers Already they would have made a final decision regarding the future of Trevor Bauer with the team.
According to the source, the Los Angeles team is expected to roster cut to the controversial starting pitcher, after some players don’t want him in the clubhouse as a partner. After the recent reduction in his punishment, Bauer will now be able to pitch in the next 2023 season.
It should be remembered that an independent judge ruled in Bauer’s favor after the 32-year-old pitcher requested an appeal after being suspended for 324 games, which is equivalent to two seasons. In this way, the punishment was reduced to 194 games, which he has already served since he was placed on the restrictive list in July 2021.
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