MLB Suspends Dodgers Pitcher Trevor Bauer for 324 Games

The two-season suspension is the longest the league has ever issued for domestic violence.

Major League Baseball suspended Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer for 324 games due to violating its domestic violence policy, the league announced Friday.

The Dodgers pitcher has been on administrative leave for allegations of domestic violence and sexual assault since July 2, 2021.

The Dodgers pitcher has been on administrative leave for allegations of domestic violence and sexual assault since July 2, 2021.

Bauer is expected to become the first player in history to appeal a suspension levied under the joint domestic violence agreement.

Typically the league and the MLBPA reach a settlement on punishments.

On June 29, 2021, a woman filed a petition seeking a restraining order after she said Bauer assaul