Trevor Bauer has been silent for some time, but that ended on Saturday.
On Saturday morning, The Washington Post dropped a damning article about how the Dodgers pitcher was the subject of a previous protection order as he currently deals with a woman who claims he sexually assaulted her on two different occasions.
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Bauer soon took to Twiter and fired back.
"The Washington Post has spent the last six weeks digging into my life and attempting to contact hundreds of female friends and acquaintances with whom they suspect I had some form of romantic relationship – some of whom I haven’t had contact with in over a decade – in an effort to create a false narrative.
Several of these individuals have sent me screenshots of their requests, many shared that they had only positive things to say, and others felt very uncomfortable or harassed by the nature of their requests."