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Former dodger Dave Stewart is angry about the team’s handling of the Trevor Bauer case

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Pitching great Dave Stewart, livid about the Los Angeles Dodgers’ refusal to discipline starter Trevor Bauer until Major League Baseball placed him on administrative leave on Friday, has informed team officials he will not attend their 40th World Series championship anniversary.

Bauer was given a temporary restraining order last week after it was requested by a 27-year-old woman who has told police in Pasadena, California that she was raped and assaulted by Bauer earlier this season. No charges have been field as he remains under criminal investigation.

Bauer, through his agent, Jon Fetterolf, has denied the allegations. The temporary restraining order, known as an ex parte order, was filed in Los Angeles Count Superior Court, where a hearing is scheduled for July 23 at which point Bauer will formally dispute the allegations, according to his representatives.

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