Trevor Bauer has received a 324-game suspension, which will total two full seasons. Bauer was found to be in violation of the MLB's domestic violence policy.
The suspension is without pay and effective immediately.
Bauer joined the Dodgers in February of 2021 on an inventive short-term contract that would pay him up to $85 million over the course of two seasons, but he didn't pitch beyond June 28 of the first year.
Bauer has been alleged by a then-27-year-old woman that he took consensual rough sex too far, alleging that he choked her unconscious on multiple occasions, repeatedly scratched and punched her throughout her body, sodomized her without consent and left her with injuries that warranted a trip to the emergency room.
Bauer and his attorneys, Jon Fetterolf and Rachel Luba, firmly denied the accusations throughout, calling them "fraudulent" and "baseless" in an initial statement.