‘Second’ domestic violence charge, Dodgers pitcher Urias ‘arrested ahead of free agency’

Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Julio Urias has been arrested for domestic violence.

According to local media outlet FOX Sports, Urias was arrested and taken into custody by Los Angeles police at 11 p.m. local time on March 3 on suspicion of domestic violence. Yurias reportedly posted $50,000 (approx. KRW 66 million) in bail and was released at 4:47 a.m. the next morning.

Despite being released on bail, Yurias is scheduled to appear in court on April 27. However, LAPD officials have not released any details about the incident and arrest.

The Dodgers released a statement the same day saying, “We are aware of the facts surrounding the incident. Mr. Urias will not be with the organization while we get all the facts,” the team said, adding, “We have no further comment at this time.”

This is not the first time Urias has been arrested for domestic violence. Four years ago, in 2019, Urias was arrested after an argument with his wife in a parking lot that turned violent.

He was not charged at the time, but was suspended 20 games without pay by Major League Baseball for violating the domestic violence policy.온라인카지노

For Urias, the incident is likely to be quite a blow. After going 11-8 with a 4.60 ERA and 117 strikeouts in 21 games and 117.1 innings this season, Urias is eligible for free agency after this season. He’s been dealing with some personal issues in the past, which could make his future contract difficult.

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