Trevor Bauer Stats
- Height / Weight
- 6' 1" / 205 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 1/17/1991 (30)
Trevor Bauer Season Stats
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Trevor Bauer News
Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Trevor Bauer is expected to remain on administrative leave through the conclusion of the postseason. No one should be shocked by this news considering the circumstances. Bauer has been on leave since early July while his legal process plays out. It doesn't sound like he'll take the mound again in 2021 or until this case has been resolved. Fantasy managers who were holding Bauer in case he returned down the stretch can feel comfortable moving on from him.
Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Trevor Bauer's administrative leave will be pushed back on Friday for another week until Sept. 3. Major League Baseball continues their investigation into an alleged sexual assault by Bauer, and the right-hander has been on administrative leave since July 2. More than likely, the 30-year-old from UCLA will not get back on a mound for the Dodgers the rest of the year. If Bauer doesn't pitch again in 2021, he'll finish his first season in LA with an 8-5 record, 2.59 ERA, 1.00 WHIP, 137 strikeouts and 37 walks in 107 2/3 frames covering 17 starts. It remains to be seen if the 2020 National League Cy Young winner will be suspended next season on top of his administrative leave this season, and it likely depends on how the legal process plays out. It could still be a while before we have any kind of resolution.
The MLB and MLBPA have extended Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer's leave through August 27. He's been on paid leave since July 2 as the MLB and MLBPA continue to investigate sexual assault allegations against him. This is the fifth time the Dodgers right-hander has had his date move as there appears to be no resolution with Bauer. Fantasy managers can move on from the 30-year-old as it seems more than likely that Bauer will not be on the mound again in 2021.
What a season it was for starting pitcherTrevor Bauer in 2020 with the Cincinnati Reds. He posted a ridiculous line with a 36% strikeout rate and a 6.1% walk rate to go with his Cy Young-worthy 1.73 ERA and 0.79 WHIP. The righty had flashed this kind of upside in the past, but it had been an inconsistent career up until last season. Now that he's signed a three-year deal for just over $100 million with the defending World Series-champion Los Angeles Dodgers, he is sure to be a top-five pitcher off the board in 2021 drafts. That climb is completely justified, as Bauer's metrics really back up what he did in 2020. He added tons of spin to all of his offerings, he threw five different pitches and achieved great results on all of them, and he avoided the barrel of the bat like he never had before (.165 expected batting average, .219 expected wOBA). Everything about Bauer's 2020 season makes him look like a sure bet to be a fantasy stud once again in 2021, especially that he'll be pitching for his hometown team with one of the best offenses in baseball backing him. Bauer is a top-five fantasy ace and could come off the board as early as the late first round in fantasy drafts.