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Dodgers: MLB Investigating Trevor Bauer, Dave Roberts Doesn’t Expect Him to Be Activated Soon



ESPN Senior Writer Buster Olney provided an update on the sexual assault allegations against Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer. We discuss Buster Olney’s report and if an indefinite leave could be next for Bauer. Plus, Dodgers Manager, Dave Roberts, was asked if he expected Trevor Bauer to be activated once his 7-day administrative leave was up, Roberts said, “I don’t see that happening.”

Next, we discuss how the Dodgers could potentially fill their starting pitcher needs and if they’ll choose to address it internally or externally.

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Written by Doug McKain

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  1. Roberts told all his mega millionaire boys to ‘stay off Snap Chat’. Or, whatever that social site is.

  2. Doug McCain makes a very valid point here that the league knows Dodgers are desperately in need of more starting pitching whether they choose to admit it or not. It means the cost will be higher for them than it would be for any other MLB team. Dodgers are in a bit of trouble as a result of this Bauer situation and it could cost them a chance to be playing in October.

  3. Perhaps Mr Roberts knows something we don’t. Mr Bauer still has the right to dispute his accuser. Would if she is making this up for money. We shall see

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