The Los Angeles Dodgers are reportedly unlikely to keep Trevor Bauer after an arbitrator reduced his suspension for violating Major League Baseball’s Joint Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Child Abuse Policy to 194 games and reinstated him immediately.

Per Jon Heyman of the New York Post, the Dodgers are “expected” to release the right-handed pitcher because people in their clubhouse “would prefer he’d be elsewhere.”

The Dodgers have until Jan. 6 to make a decision on Bauer’s future with the organization.

As part of the arbitrator’s decision, Bauer was fined his salary for the first 50 games of the 2023 season.

MLB issued a 324-game suspension to Bauer in April 2022 that included the entire 2022 season and all of 2023. He had been on administrative leave since July 2, 2021, after a woman filed for a domestic violence restraining order against him for alleged assaults during sexual encounters.