TREVOR Bauer is still not back with the Los Angeles Dodgers after allegations were made against him, and Los Angeles Times writer Bill Plaschke believes he should be cut from the team entirely.

“It would be enormously costly, legally difficult, and maybe impossible to actually pull off,” Plaschke wrote in a Sports column for the LA Times.

“But the Dodgers need to send the community a message about their standards by ridding themselves of a guy who has clearly sunk far below them. They need to cut Trevor Bauer, and they need to do it now.”

Bauer has been accused of assault and new details have emerged, including pictures of injuries shared with police.

But Bauer‘s agent Jon Fetterolf told TMZ: “Mr. Bauer had a brief and wholly consensual sexual relationship initiated by [the accuser] beginning in April 2021.”

The woman’s attorney Marc Garelick said: “We anticipate there will be criminal action against Mr. Bauer, and it is our hope law enforcement will take our client’s allegations and case seriously.”

Read our Trevor Bauer live blog for all the latest news and updates…

  • BAUER’S DATING RULES: NUMBER ONE

    In a profile of Trevor Bauer from 2019, the MLB player explained the rules he has for relationships.

    “I have three rules,” he said.

    “One: no feelings. As soon as I sense you’re developing feelings, I’m going to cut it off, because I’m not interested in a relationship and I’m emotionally unavailable.”

  • DODGERS FIRST BASEMEN MAX MUNCY COMMENTS ON ALLEGATIONS

    Dodgers first baseman Max Muncy is one of the few teammates of Trevor Bauer who has commented on the allegations.

    “I think we’re going to move forward with the guys we have,’’ Muncy said.

    “It’s tough. I don’t want to comment on his situation. We have a lot of depth. We can fill in with pieces.’

  • HAS TREVOR BAUER BEEN ARRESTED?

    Trevor Bauer has not been charged or arrested.

    He has also insisted the sexual encounters between him and his accuser were consensual.

    The Pasadena Police Department is investigating allegations of felony assault against him.

    MLB is conducting its own separate probe.

    Under Major League Baseball’s domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse policy, the league needed approval from the players union to extend Bauer’s leave.

  • BAUER’S AGENT PUSHES BACK AGAINST LEAVE

    In a statement on Thursday, Bauer’s attorney, Jon Fetterolf, said: “We continue to refute [the woman’s] allegations in the strongest possible terms and Mr. Bauer vehemently denies her account of their two meetings.”

    “Again, administrative leave is neither a disciplinary action nor does it in any way reflect a finding in the league’s investigation.”

    Bauer has not been charged or arrested.

    He has also insisted the sexual encounters between him and his accuser were consensual.

  • LA TIMES WRITER: CUT BAUER FROM THE DODGERS, CONTINUED

    “Why do the Dodgers still have him under contract?” Plaschke continued in his column.

    “Why are the Dodgers still waiting for MLB to do their dirty work? By releasing Bauer, it could cost them the nearly $100 million remaining on his contract. It would probably also result in all sorts of legal action taken against the team by MLB, the players’ union, and Bauer, whose contract is actually protected by the same policy which has led to his administrative leave.”

    “It could get ugly. It could be futile,” he added.

    “The Dodgers need to try it anyway, because the price of their continued inertia is even higher.”

    Bauer has denied all allegations of sexual assault from his accuser via statements from his agent.

  • LA TIMES WRITER: CUT BAUER FROM THE DODGERS

    Los Angeles Times writer Bill Plaschke believes Trevor Bauer should be cut from the Dodgers completely following sexual assault allegations.

    “It would be enormously costly, legally difficult, and maybe impossible to actually pull off,” Plaschke wrote in a Sports column.

    “But the Dodgers need to send the community a message about their standards by ridding themselves of a guy who has clearly sunk far below them.”

    “They need to cut Trevor Bauer, and they need to do it now.”

  • BAUER’S LEAVE EXTENDED UNTIL AFTER RESTRAINING ORDER HEARING

    A hearing on the restraining order against Trevor Bauer is scheduled for July 23.

    His administrative leave was extended by nearly two weeks until after that date, through till July 27, by MLB.

  • WHAT DOES THE RESTRAINING ORDER AGAINST BAUER STATE?

    The temporary restraining order filed against Bauer means he has to stay at least 300ft from his alleged rape victim.

    According to court documents obtained by The Sun, Bauer is prohibited from going anywhere near the woman, her home, place of employment, vehicle, or school.

    A hearing on the restraining order is scheduled for July 23, which will decide whether the temporary order will become permanent.

  • DODGERS REMOVE TREVOR BAUER BOBBLEHEAD FOR FAN GIVEAWAY

    Fans attending Dodgers games will no longer receive a Trevor Bauer bobblehead.

    They will instead receive a Clayton Kershaw t-shirt on August 19, when the bobblehead was supposed to be a giveaway item.

    The Dodgers have quietly removed Bauer’s bobblehead from their promo calendar as he remains under investigation for alleged sexual assault.

  • BAUER IS ONE OF THREE PLAYERS UNDER INVESTIGATION

    In addition to the allegations of sexual assault against Bauer, Washington Nationals manager Dave Martinez said in June that Starlin Castro was on the restricted list due to a “family matter” and no other details were offered.

    Castro is the third current MLB player under investigation.

    Injured Atlanta Braves outfielder Marcell Ozuna was arrested on May 29.

    Ozuna was charged with aggravated assault strangulation and misdemeanor battery/family violence in Sandy Springs, Georgia.

  • BAUER’S LEAVE EXTENDED

    Bauer’s administrative leave was extended by nearly two weeks through July 27 by MLB and the players’ association while the sport’s investigators continue their probe.

    Bauer was placed on seven days paid leave on July 2 under the joint domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse policy adopted by MLB and the players union in 2015.

  • MLB NEEDED UNION APPROVAL TO PUT BAUER ON LEAVE

    Under Major League Baseball’s domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse policy, the league needed approval from the players union to extend Bauer’s leave.

    The league placed the 30-year-old pitcher on forced leave for seven days this month after the accusations.

    The Pasadena Police Department is investigating allegations of felony assault against him. MLB is conducting its own separate probe.

  • BAUER ALLEGEDLY TEASED VICTIM ABOUT HER ‘SORENESS’

    Bauer and his accuser communicated the morning after their first encounter and Bauer allegedly teased her about being sore.

    She then informed him that she did not enjoy the time together, according to a court report.

    During this second time together the woman accused the pitcher of punching her several times in the head and vagina.

    “After punching me several times, he then flipped me back onto my stomach and began choking me with hair,” she said.

    “I lost consciousness again.”

  • WHAT DOES MS HILL ALLEGE BAUER DID?

    Ms Hill alleges she was “diagnosed with an acute head injury and assault by manual strangulation” as a result of the alleged incident.

    Bauer, 30, is being investigated by police following allegations he inflicted “severe physical and emotional pain” on the woman he met after she tagged him in an Instagram story.

    She calls Bauer “disingenuous, manipulative and fake”.

    He denies the allegations against him.

  • BAUER’S AGENT PUSHES BACK AGAINST LEAVE

    In a statement on Thursday, Bauer’s attorney, Jon Fetterolf, said: “We continue to refute [the woman’s] allegations in the strongest possible terms and Mr. Bauer vehemently denies her account of their two meetings.”

    “Again, administrative leave is neither a disciplinary action nor does it in any way reflect a finding in the league’s investigation.”

    Bauer has not been charged or arrested.

    He has also insisted the sexual encounters between him and his accuser were consensual.

  • HAS TREVOR BAUER BEEN ARRESTED?

    Bauer has not been charged or arrested.

    He has also insisted the sexual encounters between him and his accuser were consensual.

    The Pasadena Police Department is investigating allegations of felony assault against him.

    MLB is conducting its own separate probe.

    Under Major League Baseball’s domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse policy, the league needed approval from the players union to extend Bauer’s leave.

  • BAUER SAID HE WOULD BE A ‘BAD HUSBAND’ IN INTERVIEW

    Back in 2019, during an interview with Sports Illustrated, Bauer revealed he would be a “bad husband,” because of his three rules of dating.

    “I have three rules. One: no feelings. As soon as I sense you’re developing feelings, I’m going to cut it off, because I’m not interested in a relationship and I’m emotionally unavailable,” Bauer said at the time.

    “Two: no social media posts about me while we’re together, because private life stays private. Three: I sleep with other people. I’m going to continue to sleep with other people.”

    “If you’re not O.K. with that, we won’t sleep together, and that’s perfectly fine. We can just be perfectly polite platonic friends.”

  • ‘THE TRUTH WILL COME TO LIGHT’

    Bauer’s agent Rachel Luba tweeted on July 2: “As an agent and an attorney, I think it is important to reiterate that I will always defend my clients when I believe the accusations made are false – and I will continue to do that.”

    “I am privy to much more information than what has been reported publicly at this time, and am confident that the truth will come to light.”

    In relation to the allegations – which Bauer denies – both of the sportsman’s agents, John Fetterolf and Luba, have denied them on his behalf.

  • BAUER’S AGENT SAYS RELATIONSHIP WAS ‘WHOLLY CONSENSUAL’

    Bauer’s agent Jon Fetterolf said of the accusations: “Mr. Bauer had a brief and wholly consensual sexual relationship initiated by [the accuser] beginning in April 2021.”

    “We have messages that show [the accuser] repeatedly asking for ‘rough’ sexual encounters involving requests to be ‘choked out’ and slapped in the face.”

    “In the days following their second and final encounter, [the accuser] shared photos of herself and indicated that she had sought medical care for a concussion.”

    “Mr Bauer responded with concern and confusion, and [the accuser] was neither angry nor accusatory.”

  • WHAT DO MS HILL’S PHOTOS SHOW?

    In disturbing images included as part of the report, Hill can be seen with two black eyes and scratch marks across her face.

    Medical records appear to show she was hospitalized for injuries after their second meeting, claiming to have been diagnosed with a head injury and assault by manual strangulation.

    Hill claims the Dodgers pitcher “without asking me or telling me in advance, he wrapped my hair around my neck and choked me.”

    She also alleged that Bauer hit her in the face, punched her vagina and buttocks, and sodomized her without her permission – leaving her bleeding and struggling to walk.

  • BAUER’S LEAVE EXTENDED

    Bauer’s paid administrative leave has been extended for another seven days, Major League Baseball has confirmed.

    The league placed the 30-year-old pitcher on forced leave for seven days earlier this month after a woman accused him of two vicious sexual assaults that allegedly left her unconscious.

    A hearing on the restraining order is scheduled for July 23, which will decide whether the temporary order will become permanent.

  • WHAT DOES BAUER’S AGENT ARGUE?

    Bauer’s agent Jon Fetterolf said: “Following each of her only two meetings with Mr. Bauer, [the accuser] spent the night and left without incident, continuing to message Mr. Bauer with friendly and flirtatious banter.

    “In the days following their second and final encounter, [the accuser] shared photos of herself and indicated that she had sought medical care for a concussion.

    “Mr Bauer responded with concern and confusion, and [the accuser] was neither angry nor accusatory.”

  • TEXTS BEFORE ATTACK SHOW ACCUSER AGREEING SHE ‘LIKES’ SLAPS

    In messages obtained by DailyMail.com, Bauer appears to suggest “slaps in the face” to which Hill responds: “yes yes yes.”

    She is also said to have written: “The pink socks stay ON while cuddling…Buttttt offff [sic] when it’s time to choke me out.”

    Hill adds: “Mmmm, get a couple of slaps in there and then another handprint on my @$$.

    Bauer, who denies the allegations against him, replies: “Mmmm. Do you even know what pain is.” Hill says: “Idk. Try me.”

  • HAS BAUER BEEN ARRESTED?

    Bauer has not been charged or arrested. He has also insisted the sexual encounters between him and his accuser were consensual.

    The Pasadena Police Department is investigating allegations of felony assault against him. MLB is conducting its own separate probe.

    Under Major League Baseball’s domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse policy, the league needed approval from the players union to extend Bauer’s leave.

  • ACCUSER ALLEGES BAUER ‘KNOCKED HER UNCONSCIOUS’ BEFORE ‘RAPING HER’

    During their first encounter, the woman alleges Bauer used her hair to knock her unconscious before anally raping her.

    Text messages appeared to show that Bauer messaged Hill to ask her how she was in the aftermath of the alleged attack.

    Bauer reportedly said: “I feel so bad that this happened. Wish I could be there with you through it.”

    A second message read: “I do. I absolutely do. Never want to see you hurting.”

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