Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Trevor Bauer has been reinstated by Major League Baseball and will have his suspension reduced to 194 games, MLB announced via press release Thursday evening.
Here is the announcement by Major League Baseball:
Major League Baseball issued the following statement today regarding the decision rendered by Arbitrator Martin F Scheinman in the matter pertaining to Trevor Bauer: "Today, the neutral arbitrator selected by MLB and the MLBPA affirmed that Trevor Bauer violated Major League Baseball's joint domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse policy. After an exhaustive review of the available evidence the neutral arbitrator upheld an unpaid suspension of 194 games. As part of the decision, the arbitrator reinstated Mr. Bauer effectively immediately, with a loss of pay covering the 144 games he was suspended during the 2022 season.
On April 29, Major League Baseball announced a 324-game suspension for Bauer covering two full seasons. The suspension didn't include the games he was ineligible to play while on administrative leave. Bauer hasn't appeared in a game since June 28, 2021.
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