Dodgers pitcher Julio Urías has been arrested on suspicion of domestic violence, police said Monday.
Urías, 27, was arrested at 11:09 p.m. Sunday and taken to the Los Angeles Police Department’s Corrections Division early Monday morning, according to LAPD Media Relations.
Jail records indicate he posted $50,000 bond and has since been released. A court date was scheduled for September 27, records show.
The circumstances of Urias’ arrest are unclear.
In a statement, the Dodgers said they are aware of an incident involving Urías.
“Although we are trying to learn all the facts, he will not be traveling with the team,” the statement read. “The organization has no further comment at this time.”
It is not known if the player has been suspended. Major League Baseball did not respond to a request for comment.
NBC Los Angeles notes in its coverage of his arrest that he was taken into custody near the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and BMO Stadium, where LAFC played Lionel Messi Inter Miami on Sunday night.
The Los Angeles Times reported that Urias was among many celebrities in attendance.
The pitcher had previously been arrested for investigation into a possible domestic assault offense in 2019. He was taken into custody at the Beverly Center mall just east of Beverly Hills, police said at the ‘era.
He was suspended 20 games by MLB. He faced no charges and was instead ordered to undergo a 52-week domestic violence counseling program.
Prosecutors will once again determine whether formal charges should be filed following Urias’ arrest this weekend.
It was not immediately clear if he had retained the services of a lawyer.
The southpaw from Culiacán, Mexico signed with the Dodgers as a 16-year-old in 2012 and made his Major League debut with the team in 2016.
He was supposed to kick off on Thursday, but the lineup is now on hold.