The Los Angeles Dodgers have been without Trevor Bauer the entire month and if or when he may return is unclear. Bauer remains on paid administrative leave, which began July 2, in the wake of sexual assault allegations.
Bauer last pitched for the Dodgers on June 28, which was a day prior to a woman coming forward with the allegations and obtaining a temporary restraining order in Los Angeles Superior Court. Major League Baseball and the Pasadena Police Department are conducting separate investigations.
After MLB and the Players Association agreed on two separate instances to extend the administrative leave, Bauer was in court last week but his hearing was delayed until August after his attorney claimed she had insufficient time to prepare for medical records and witness lists that were recently received.