Former Dodgers pitcher fired for domestic violence

Julio Urias tells Japanese baseball: How true are these rumors about Mexican pitcher?
Former Dodgers pitcher on leave for domestic violence

Julio Urias remains a free agent while police and MLB investigate a domestic violence incident, and the then-Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher has been out since September. was sent on leave. We await the Major League punishments and decide the legal situation at six o’clock.
He is known to be negotiating a contract renewal with the Fukuoka Softbank Hawks in Japan. However, everything points to the person who started spreading the lies being a liar.

   False information from Julio Cesar Urias
As reported by, Twitter users identified the source from which they received the information, which began to be repeated in the publication, is a lie. Yakyu Cosmopolitan, a YouTuber specializing in Japanese baseball, said the user who received the first report, @HanSeongJanNEWS, was a popular troll.
Urias is not currently negotiating with an MLB team or another country.
He is waiting for his legal situation to be resolved or a sentence to be served in order to sign. However, no major league team can care. I am working with him.

NPB itself is a lifesaver. For baseball players accused of domestic violence in MLB. Pitchers Roberto Osuna and Trevor Bauer ended their careers in Japan following their injuries and suspensions from Major League Baseball.
Julio Cesar Urias Scandals
Urias was arrested in the BMO Stadium parking lot during an MLS game between LAFC and Inter Miami on September 3, when a witness said he physically assaulted his wife.
The player spent a night in jail and was released on $50,000 bond.

   Urias himself was suspended 20 games by MLB for another domestic violence incident in 2019.
If he is banned again, he will become the first player to receive two bans for violating the league’s violence policy.

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