Cy Young Young + All-Star pitcher kicked out by ‘unanimous decision’… On the verge of retirement?

Los Angeles Dodgers eventually released Trevor Bauer. Bauer, who was classified as a top player with the Cy Young Award and All-Star, seems to be at a crossroads.

American sports media ESPN said on the 2nd (Korean time), “The major decision makers, including Dodgers CEO Stan Kasten, decided ‘unanimously’ to release Bauer. The club said it was the ‘right decision’.”

Bauer, who was unable to get on the mound due to assault on a woman, eventually left the Dodgers. Ahead of the 2021 season, the Dodgers signed Bauo for 3 years and 2 million dollars.

By recruiting American League All-Stars in 2018 and Cy Young Award pitchers in 2020, they expected to build a strong starting lineup.

Bauer, who debuted in the big leagues in 2012, earned his first double-digit multiplier with 11 wins (12 losses) in 2015, when he was in Cleveland, and posted more than 10 wins every year until 2019.

In 2020, amid a shortened season due to the Corona 19 pandemic, he started 11 games and recorded 5 wins, 4 losses, and an average ERA of 1.73.

The Dodgers recruited Bauer with high expectations. It was good until the middle of the season. They had 3 wins (1 loss) in April, 3 wins (2 losses) in May, and were on a 2-2 record in June. 메이저놀이터

The San Francisco game on June 29, 2021 became Bauer’s last appearance and victory as a member of the Dodgers.

Bauer was embroiled in controversy that year for sexually assaulting a woman he was dating. Bauer denied the allegations against her, but after a police investigation, she was no longer on the mound.

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