Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Julio Urías was arrested late Sunday on felony domestic violence charges, according to published reports.
This marks the second time that Urías, who is 27, has been detained for violence arrest in the last four years, says ESPN. After his arrest, Urías was released on a $50,000 bond. He’s expected in court on Sept. 27.
The Dodgers released the following statement via X, formerly known as Twitter.
In 2019, Urías was arrested on suspicion of domestic battery and was ultimately suspended for 20 games under the MLB’s domestic violence policy, even though he was ultimately not charged.
ESPN reports that no MLB player has been suspended twice for violating the league’s domestic abuse policy since it went into effect in 2015.
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