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Dodgers pitcher arrested for alleged domestic violence

 September 5, 2023

Julio Urias, a pitcher for Major League Baseball's Los Angeles Dodgers, was arrested over the weekend due to suspicions of domestic violence.

Urias has found himself embroiled in a troubling legal scenario as he was taken into custody on the aforementioned domestic violence allegations on Sunday. The 27-year-old player was detained on felony charges, as confirmed by the Los Angeles Police Department. Citing jail documentation, Urias was booked approximately at 1 a.m., a few hours after his initial arrest, as the Daily Wire reported.

The athlete secured his release by posting a $50,000 bond. His next court appearance is scheduled for Sept. 27.

Dodgers respond to the incident

The Dodgers organization acknowledged the incident involving Urias. The team stated:

While we attempt to learn all the facts, he will not be traveling with the team. The organization has no further comment at this time.

Major League Baseball (MLB) is now stepping in to investigate the matter further.

Urias has been placed on administrative leave during the investigation's duration, as stated by Bill Plunkett of the Orange County Register.

Previous controversies surrounding Urias

In 2019, Urias was involved in a similar incident.

He was arrested on suspicions of misdemeanor domestic battery after allegedly pushing a woman to the ground in a parking lot.

The Los Angeles Times highlighted this previous arrest.

However, the Urias did not ultimately face charges in relation to the case.

Instead, he faced a 20-game suspension under MLB's Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Child Abuse Policy.

Urias’ past statement and career overview

Addressing the 2019 incident, Urias stated:

Although the authorities determined no charges of any kind were warranted, I accept full responsibility for what I believe was my inappropriate conduct during the incident.

Urias, a native of Mexico, has been showcasing his skills in the MLB for the Dodgers since 2016.

He has had notable successes including securing a win for his team in the 2020 World Series against the Tampa Bay Rays.

His skills have made him a marquee player for the team, drawing attention from fans and analysts alike.

Recent performance and team status

Last year, Urias also achieved third place in the race for the National League’s Cy Young award.

This accolade added to the player's esteemed reputation. This season, despite facing hamstring and finger injuries, Urias has maintained an impressive record.

He has accumulated 11 wins and eight losses.

Furthermore, he has an earned run average (ERA) of 4.60. Due in large measure to his contributions, the Dodgers are currently leading the National League's West division.

The team heavily relies on his consistency and skills to maintain their current pace in the league.

Dodgers’ current season highlights

The team has an enviable 84-52 record and maintains a 14.5-game lead over their closest competitors, the Arizona Diamondbacks.

With just about four weeks remaining in the regular season, the Dodgers are in a strong position going into post-season play.

However, Urias' recent controversies might cast a shadow on the team's performance and reputation.

Urias's future with the Dodgers remains uncertain.

As Plunkett pointed out, Urias may not even play for the team in the future, as he's slated to become a free agent after this season ends.

With the ongoing investigations, only time will tell what the future holds for the player and his association with the team.


  • Julio Urias was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence.
  • Dodgers have acknowledged the incident, and MLB has initiated an investigation.
  • Urias previously faced a similar controversy in 2019.
  • Despite personal challenges, Urias has had a notable MLB career with the Dodgers since 2016.
  • The Dodgers are currently leading in the National League’s West division.
  • Urias’s future with the Dodgers remains unclear.