Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Julio Urias was arrested late Sunday on felony domestic violence charges. The arrest is Urias’ second in four years.
According to jail records, Urias was released on $50,000 bond at 4:47 am and has a court date scheduled for September 27.
The Dodgers confirmed on X, formerly Twitter, that they were “aware of an incident involving Julio Urias” and that he was not with the team as they begin a six-game road trip Tuesday in Miami.
Urias, 27, was not charged in 2019 but did receive a 20-game suspension as part of Major League Baseball’s domestic violence policy. No player has been suspended a second time since MLB began the policy in 2015.
This season Urias has a 4.60 ERA though 117 1/3 innings of work.