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Trevor Bauer

Facts About Trevor Bauer

Celebrated Name Trevor Bauer
Age 32 Years Old
Nick Name Bauer
Birth Name Trevor Andrew Bauer
Birth Date 1991-01-17
Gender Male
Profession Baseball Player
Birth Nation USA
Place Of Birth Los Angeles, California
Nationality American
Father Warren
Mother Kathy
Ethnicity American-White
Race White
Horoscope Capricorn
Religion Christian
High School Hart High School
University University of California, Los Angeles
Awards NL Cy Young Award
Marital Status Unmarried
Sexual Orientation Straight
Net Worth $50 Million
Salary $34,000,000
Source of Wealth Baseball Career
Height 1.85 m
Weight 86 KG
Eye Color Pale Green
Hair Color Dark Brown
Body Type Athletic
Links Wikipedia Instagram

Trevor Bauer is an American professional baseball pitcher who is playing for the current team, the Los Angeles Dodgers of Major League Baseball (MLB). Previously, he has played for the teams; Arizona Diamondbacks, Cleveland Indians, and Cincinnati Reds. Initially, the Diamondbacks selected him third overall at the 2011 MLB Draft, and he made his major league debut the following June, the first member of his draft class to reach the majors. He was considered the top pitching prospect before he made his MLB debut in 2012. He struggled during the 2019 season, both with Cleveland and with Cincinnati, but followed this effort with his first Cy Young Award during the 60-game 2020 MLB season. As he became a free agent after the 2020 season, he chose to sign a three-year contract with the Dodgers that February. He led the league in both strikeouts and innings pitched by July 2, when MLB placed Bauer on administrative leave while they investigated assault allegations made against him. Bauer has been accused of sexual assault by a 27-year-old California woman. She obtained a temporary ex parte restraining order in Los Angeles County court against Bauer. 

Baseball Star Trevor Bauer denies assault allegations

Trevor Bauer is denying allegations made against him years ago by an Ohio woman. He is currently on administrative leave imposed by Major League Baseball following allegations of assault against a woman in California. He called the report "a salacious story disseminating defamatory statements, false information, and baseless allegations." The Washington Post report details allegations from an Ohio woman that, on more than one occasion, Bauer assaulted her during sex by choking and punching her. The Post did not identify the woman, citing its policy against naming alleged victims of domestic violence unless they ask to be identified. The allegations are similar to those made against Bauer by a California woman in June. The Ohio woman claimed in 2017 and again in 2018, Bauer assaulted her without her consent during sex, according to the Post, which was provided with photographs of injuries to the woman's face. The Post also viewed messages Bauer allegedly sent to the woman, ranging from threats of revealing private video to physical violence. In a statement shared by Kendra Barkoff Lamy, a spokeswoman for the Ohio woman, Darwal is quoted as saying, "MLB should be applauded for their handling of this. Although they could not have known of our client's story prior to the tragic events in California, their approach is both thorough and respectful. Our client is currently assisting the MLB in this investigation." A hearing is scheduled Monday morning in Los Angeles County Superior Court as Bauer's California accuser seeks a restraining order against him. A temporary ex parte restraining order against Bauer was put in place on July 2. The Pasadena Police Department tells CNN its criminal investigation of Bauer remains active.

Why is Trevor Bauer So Famous?

  • Being a professional baseball player. 
  • Playing as a pitcher position for the Los Angeles Dodgers of Major League Baseball. 

Baseball pitcher, Trevor Bauer


Where is Trevor Bauer from?

Trevor Bauer was born on January 17, 1991. His birthplace is in Los Angeles, California, the USA. He was given the birth name of Trevor Andrew Bauer by his parents; his father, Warren, and his mother, Kathy. He holds American nationality and his ethnic background is American-White. His race is White. From a young age, Bauer was fascinated by baseball pitchers like Tom Glavine, Greg Maddux, and John Smoltz. His parents paid for pitching lessons from a private coach, and in his free time, he would practice pitching against the fence of a local tennis court. Capricorn is his Zodiac sign and he follows the Christianity religion. His present age is 30 as of 2021. 

Trevor Bauer during his young age with his dad


About his education, Trevor attended Hart High School in Santa Clarita. He spent the summers at a baseball camp in Texas. He posted a 12-0 win-loss record with a 0.79 earned run average (ERA), and his fastball reached speeds of up to 92 mph (148 km/h) during his junior year in 2008. After his graduation from high school, he attended the University of California, Los Angeles to study mechanical engineering. There, he joined the UCLA Bruins baseball team. At the end of his freshman season in 2009, Bauer led the team with nine wins, a 2.99 ERA, 105+1⁄3 innings pitched, and was named the Pac-10 Conference Baseball Newcomer of the Year. He set a number of UCLA records as a junior in 2011. With his outstanding performance, he was named the Pac-10 Pitcher of the Year, All-Pac-10 First Team, Collegiate Baseball Newspaper’s National Player of the Year, District IX Player of the Year by National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association, and College Player of the Year by Baseball America. In addition, he has also received the prestigious Golden Spikes Award in 2011 that is presented to the top amateur baseball player in the USA by USA Baseball.

Trevor Bauer Baseball Career Timeline

  • Trevor Bauer was initially selected by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the third overall and then, he signed with the team on 25th July. He was then assigned to the Class A-Advanced Visalia Rawhide of the California League.
  • For Visalia, he made three appearances pitching 14 innings and allowing three runs before being promoted to the Double-A Mobile BayBears that August.
  • He then debuted with Mobile on 16th August 2011, striking out eight batters and allowing five hits in five innings of work. 
  • He made his first professional baseball win on August 20, pitching five innings in Mobile's 13-6 victory over the Jacksonville Suns.
  • He entered the 2012 season as the Diamondbacks' top-rated prospect and the ninth overall prospect in MLB.
  • He was selected to pitch in the 2012 All-Star Futures Game, but was unavailable due to a major league call-up and had to be replaced by Tyler Skaggs. At the time, he had a combined 11-1 record and 2.23 ERA between Reno and Mobile. 
  • Then, the Diamondbacks called Bauer up from Reno in order to replace an injured Joe Saunders on 27th June 2012. He was scheduled to start the next day, becoming the first member of the 2011 draft class to make his MLB debut.
  • As the Diamondbacks defeated the Atlanta Braves 3-2, he earned a no-decision in his major league debut, pitching four innings before suffering a groin strain that required him to leave the mound.
  • In 14 total starts for Reno, he posted a 5-1 record and a 2.85 ERA, striking out 97 batters in 82 innings. 
  • On 11th December 2012, he was part of a three-team, nine-player trade between Arizona, the Cincinnati Reds, and the Cleveland Indians. He then went to Cleveland. 
  • He began retooling his pitching delivery after the 2012 season, and entered spring training with the Indians with the intention of "overwrit[ing] eight to 10 years of neuromuscular programming".
  • He then started four major league games that season, posting a 1-2 record and a 5.29 ERA while striking out 11 batters in 17 innings.
  • He made 26 major league starts in 2014, going 5-8 with a 4.18 ERA and striking out 143 batters in 153 innings. 
  • He was named to the Indians' opening day roster for the 2015 season. 
  • He finished the 2015 season with an 11-12 record and a 4.55 ERA, as well as 170 strikeouts in 176 innings. Bauer also led the American League (AL) in walks that season with 79 whereas he finished the 2016 regular season with a 12-8 record, a 4.26 ERA, and 168 strikeouts in 35 games (28 starts) and 190 innings of work. 
  • On 12th January 2017, he agreed to a one-year, $3.55 million contract with the Indians. 
  • His initial two months with the team were a disappointment for Bauer, who allowed 11 home runs and 38 earned runs in his first 10 appearances. 
  • By the end of the regular season, he had a 17-9 record and a 4.19 ERA in 32 games and struck out 196 batters in 176+1⁄3 innings. 
  • In the 2018 American League Division Series (ALDS), he recorded eight strikeouts in the game, including three on Yankees slugger Aaron Judge, and was able to carry a no-hitter into the sixth inning in Game 1. 
  • In his first two starts of the 2019 season, he went 14 innings, striking out 17 batters and allowing only one hit. 
  • Starting the season with a 0.64 ERA, he became the first pitcher in MLB history to begin a season with back-to-back starts of five or more innings while giving up one hit.
  • On 28th July after allowing the go-ahead run in a game against the Kansas City Royals, he became frustrated and threw a ball over the center-field fence of Kauffman Stadium. Manager Terry Francona, arriving on the mound to pull Bauer from the game, became angry with the gesture, and Bauer apologized after the game, calling the incident "childish" and "unprofessional". 
  • The Cincinnati Reds then acquired him in a three-team trade with the Indians and the San Diego Padres on 31st July 2019. He went 11-13 for the season in 34 starts between Cleveland and Cincinnati, posting a 4.48 ERA and striking out 253 batters in 213 innings. 
  • He avoided arbitration prior to the 2020 MLB season, agreeing to a one-year, $17.5 million contract with the Reds on 10th January 2020.
  • He was tapped to start the opening match of the Reds' 2020 National League Wild Card Series against the Atlanta Braves, batting 7+2⁄3 scoreless innings in what was ultimately a 13-inning loss for the Reds.
  • He set a Cincinnati record for the most strikeouts delivered by a pitcher in the playoffs. Although Atlanta swept Cincinnati during the Wild Card series, Bauer bested Yu Darvish of the Cubs and Jacob deGrom of the New York Mets in voting for the NL Cy Young Award. He was the first pitcher for Cincinnati to receive the award.
  • He rejected the Reds' $18.9 million qualifying offer on 4th November 2020, making him a free agent.
  • After he became a free agent, the Dodgers signed Bauer to a three-year, $102 million contract, with opt-out options after the 2021 and 2022 MLB seasons on 5th February. 
  • On 2nd July 2021, MLB placed him on administrative leave while an internal investigation was opened into sexual assault allegations that had been made against the pitcher. 
  • At the time that the allegations went public, he had an 8-5 record and a 2.59 ERA in 17 starts, and he led MLB with 107+2⁄3 innings pitched and 137 strikeouts. 

Trevor Bauer is playing for the current team, the Los Angeles Dodgers of MLB


Awards and Achievements

  • All-Star (2018)
  • All-MLB First Team (2020)
  • NL Cy Young Award (2020)
  • NL ERA leader (2020)
  • Golden Spikes Award (2011)
  • National Pitcher of the Year Award (2011)

Who is Trevor Bauer Dating?

Trevor Bauer is an unmarried man. As of today, he is assumed to be single as there is no news and rumors about him dating anyone or having a girlfriend. He likes to keep things private when it comes to his personal life. He is currently busy and focusing on his baseball career rather than spending his valuable time making a girlfriend. However, he has a long list of young and beautiful female fans who are wishing to date him. Previously, he was rumored to be having an affair with Rachel Luba. At present, he is enjoying his life a lot being single. His sexual orientation is straight and he is no gay. 

Bauer launched a charity campaign called "69 Days of Giving" in 2018, where he promised to donate an exact amount of $420.69 USD to 68 charities selected by his fans. The final charity, decided by Bauer, would receive a donation of $69,420.69 USD. The campaign ended on June 5, 2018, with Max S. Hayes High School in Cleveland, Ohio receiving the final donation. He also chose his donation amounts based on the connotations around the numbers 420, typically associated with cannabis culture, and 69, an oral sex position. 

Trevor Bauer and his ex-girlfriend, Rachel Luba

Source: @twitter

Trevor Bauer Assault Allegations

  • On 30th June 2021, the Pasadena Police Department confirmed to news outlets that Trevor was under investigation for the alleged assault of a woman that May. The victim was granted a temporary domestic violence restraining order on 28th June alleging that she had met Bauer on 21st April and that she had been physically and sexually assaulted by him on two separate occasions. 
  • On 16th May, she went to the emergency room at Alvarado Hospital, where, after her injuries were examined, she met with several detectives from the San Diego Police Department. MLB then placed him on administrative leave on 2nd July while the Dodgers removed his merchandise from their team store and replaced his scheduled bobblehead promotional night with a Clayton Kershaw "World Champion T-shirt" promotion. 
  • He is scheduled to undergo a civil hearing for the restraining order against him on 16th August 2021. 
  • While he was under investigation in 2021, The Washington Post uncovered court records showing that a separate woman from Ohio had sought a temporary order of protection in June 2020. Police reports alleged that the woman had accused Bauer of physical assault in 2017 and that she had sought an order of protection after receiving death threats from the pitcher. 
  • Trevor denied these additional allegations and further alleged that he had been harassed and physically assaulted by the Ohio woman. 

How much is Trevor Bauer Net Worth?

Trevor Bauer is a professional baseball player whose net worth is estimated to have $50 Million as of 2021. The Dodgers signed Bauer to a three-year, $102 million contract, with opt-out options after the 2021 and 2022 MLB seasons. The deal includes a $10,000,000 signing bonus, $102,000,000 guaranteed, and an annual average salary of $34,000,000. In 2021, he will earn a base salary of $28,000,000 and a signing bonus of $10,000,000, while carrying a total salary of $31,333,333. Back then, he signed a 1-year contract worth $13 Million with Reds that included  $13,000,000 in guaranteed and the base salary of $13,000,000 in 2019. He earned $1.9 million in 2015, $1.7 million in 2016, $4 million in 2017, and $7 million in 2018. Till now, he has made $77,877,314 during his 11 seasons and after the end of the current contract, his career earnings will be $141,877,312. His major source of wealth comes from his baseball career. Additionally, he is a car lover and he has a collection of cars such as Lamborghini. Today, he is living a luxurious lifestyle. 

How tall is Trevor Bauer?

Trevor Bauer is a handsome man with a tall height of 1.85 m. His balanced and well-maintained body weight consists of 86 KG. His eye color is pale green and his hair color is dark brown. body type is athletic. Whereas his other body measurements such as chest size, waist size, and more are unavailable at a moment. Overall, he has got a healthy body at present.

Trivias About Trevor Bauer You Need To Know.

  • Trevor Bauer is playing as a baseball pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers of Major League Baseball (MLB).
  • The Diamondbacks selected him third overall at the 2011 MLB Draft.
  • He struggled during the 2019 season, both with Cleveland and with Cincinnati, but followed this effort with his first Cy Young Award during the 60-game 2020 MLB season.
  • From a young age, Bauer was fascinated by baseball pitchers like Tom Glavine, Greg Maddux, and John Smoltz.
  • Capricorn is his Zodiac sign.