Julio Urias was reportedly involved in an incident at BMO Stadium in Los Angeles on Sunday, where he was seen pushing a woman into a fence.
According to multiple sources cited by TMZ Sports, this alleged altercation occurred sometime after the LAFC vs. Inter Miami soccer game.
Initially, stadium workers intervened to break up the confrontation.
However, it is said that Julio and the woman then retreated to a nearby car, where tensions escalated once more.
Subsequently, law enforcement arrived, removed them from the vehicle, and subsequently arrested Urias on charges of felony domestic violence.
The star pitcher for the Dodgers was later booked into jail around 1 AM PT on Monday. After spending approximately four hours in custody, he posted $50,000 bail and was released.
Urias had experienced a somewhat inconsistent season with the LA Dodgers prior to this incident, holding an 11-8 record with a 4.60 ERA.
His last appearance on the field was on September 1. However, he has since been absent from the team as both legal authorities and Major League Baseball officials investigate the allegations against him.
Kiss his career goodbye.