Trevor Bauer's Administrative Leave Extended Yet Again

Trevor Bauer hasn't pitched in an MLB game since June 28th, and it doesn't look like his next start will be coming any time soon, as the reigning NL Cy Young award winner had his administrative leave extended yet again - this time to August 6th. 
Bauer was 8-5, with a 2.59 ERA, 137 K's & 1.003 WHIP prior to the revelation that he sexually abused a women by choking and beating her, leaving her with injuries that required a hospital stay. Bauer has denied all allegations and said that the sexual acts were consensual. Regardless, he is now on his third administrative leave, and facing a hearing on August 2nd & 3rd, with a third session to commence on August 19th - well after this latest leave is over. 

While on leave (which is a non-disciplinary measure), Bauer is still collecting a paycheck and service time as part of the MLBPA. Both the Pasadena Police Department and MLB are conducting their own investigations into the allegations - MLB is looking for any evidence that Bauer violated its joint domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse policy, while the PPD are looking at possible felony assault charges. 

It's been reported that the rest of his Dodger teammates don't want Bauer to return to the team, which may become an issue for the Dodgers and the player with a record 3-year, $102M contract signed this past offseason.
Two people with knowledge of Dodgers clubhouse dynamics, who are unauthorized to speak publicly about the situation, said that a majority of players do not want Bauer back under any circumstances.
MLB, and professional sports in general, have taken a much stronger stance on domestic violence and sexual assault cases recently, which begs the question - has Bauer pitched his last game in the Majors? 

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