Where Is Trevor Bauer Now? Update On: Sexual Assault Case 

Trevor Bauer's future, both legally and professionally, has been the subject of much discussion in Major League Baseball since he last played for the Los Angeles Dodgers.

A California court has denied a woman's plea for a restraining order against Bauer.

Moreover, the Pasadena Police Department has turned over its investigation into the woman's accusations that Bauer sexually assaulted her to the district attorney's office.

Regardless of whether Bauer is charged with a crime, insiders close to the sport told ESPN that the 30-year-old might expect a lengthy suspension from the league.

ESPN spoke with more than two dozen people, including executives, owners, attorneys, players, and others acquainted with the league's domestic violence policy, to assess Bauer's future.

Trevor Bauer: What Did He Do?

According to confidential court papers, Trevor Bauer, the star Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher under investigation in California for sexual assault.

The case was the subject of a temporary order of protection filed by a different lady last year.

According to her lawyer and paperwork acquired independently by The Post, an Ohio woman filed the order in June 2020 after receiving numerous threats from the then-Cincinnati Reds pitcher.

The woman's face had bruises and blood in her eyes. According to photos acquired by The Post, her attorney claims were caused by Bauer striking and choking her during intercourse without her consent.

The Post also got copies of texts Bauer reportedly sent the lady, which her attorneys claimed caused her to file a protective order.

One says, "I don't feel like spending time in jail for killing someone." "And that's what I'd do if I ran into you again."