MLB places Dodgers’ Julio Urías on administrative leave after arrest

MLB places Dodgers’ Julio Urías on administrative leave after arrest

MIAMI — Major League Baseball placed Dodgers pitcher Julio Urías on administrative leave Wednesday as the league and law enforcement continue their ongoing investigations stemming from Urías’ arrest late Sunday evening on suspicion of a felony charge of corporal injury on a spouse.
Administrative leave is not an admission of guilt or considered punitive. Players are paid and accrue service time, but are removed from the active and 40-man rosters. The leave is typically set for seven to 10 days, though it can be extended beyond that with the league’s and MLB Players…


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