The circumstances of LA Dodgers left-hander Julio Urias, who was arrested for using physical violence against a woman, were revealed.
TMZ, a media outlet specializing in entertainment and sports, cited multiple sources on the 8th (Korean time) and reported that Urias was arrested at BMO Field in LA, California, USA last Sunday local time.
BMO Field is a stadium located in downtown Los Angeles and is the home stadium of LAFC of the American professional soccer league (MLS).
The match between LAFC and Inter Miami was held here on Sunday local time. It was a game that became a hot topic due to Lionel Messi’s appearance.
As it is a regional area, many famous people, including celebrities and professional athletes, visited the stadium on this day. LAFC had to release a separate press release listing the celebrities who visited the stadium that day.
Urias was named on the list they released along with teammate Clayton Kershaw.
According to TMZ’s sources, including stadium workers, Urias first pushed the woman against the fence on the field. Afterwards, he got into the car and once again used violence against the woman.
Citing a report released by Exposition Park, which manages the stadium, on Thursday local time, the LA Times said the incident became known after a “concerned citizen” who saw a man hitting a woman reported it to the police. This reporter did not know that the male assailant was Urias.
After receiving the report, the police arrived and Urias was arrested on the spot on charges of domestic violence. He is currently out on bail and awaits a court appearance.
On the 7th, his workplace, the Major League Baseball Office, placed him on administrative leave in accordance with the Convention to Prevent Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Child Abuse to investigate the incident. He will be investigated by the Secretariat separately from judicial proceedings.
His team, the Dodgers, started to erase it. The Urias Bobblehead giveaway promotion scheduled for September 21st local time has been canceled.바카라사이트
Urias has 11 wins, 8 losses, and an ERA of 4.60 in 117 1/3 innings in 21 games this season.
He had 60 wins, 25 losses, and a 3.11 earned run average in 158 games over eight seasons in the major leagues. He contributed to the Dodgers’ World Series win in 2020, and in 2022, he ranked first in the National League in earned run average and ranked third in Cy Young Award voting.
He is scheduled to become a free agent after this season, but this incident has made it unclear whether he will continue his big league career.