MLB suspends Trevor Bauer 8 games. What we know and don't know about the two-season ban.

The MLB suspended Trevor Bauer 324 games on Friday, but that doesn’t necessarily mean he will sit out the full two 

seasons. Here’s what we know and don’t know about the two-season ban handed down by Major League Baseball

to Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer on Friday, Aug. 9. MLB suspends Trevor Bauer 8 games. What we 

know and don't know about the two-season ban. It seems unlikely that Bauer will suit up for the Dodgers or the

Cleveland Indians (or any team) before May 8, 2020. This is because of two factors: First, Bauer was most recently with 

the Dodgers, who lost in the World Series to the Boston Red Sox on Tuesday. He has less than five years of MLB 

service time. Second, as part of his suspension, Bauer also cannot be traded for six months. The result? MLB 

effectively suspended Bauer for a year and nine days without pay and without being able to move him to 

another team. What we don't know about MLB's Trevor Bauer eight-game suspension: Will Trevor Bauer's 164-

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