Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Julio Urías was arrested late Sunday on felony home violence prices, based on printed stories.
This marks the second time that Urías, who’s 27, has been detained for violence arrest within the final 4 years, says ESPN. After his arrest, Urías was launched on a $50,000 bond. He’s anticipated in court docket on Sept. 27.
The Dodgers launched the next assertion by way of X, previously referred to as Twitter.
In 2019, Urías was arrested on suspicion of home battery and was finally suspended for 20 video games underneath the MLB’s home violence coverage, despite the fact that he was finally not charged.
ESPN stories that no MLB participant has been suspended twice for violating the league’s home abuse coverage because it went into impact in 2015.