Los Angeles Dodgers player Trevor Power has been suspended for two seasons by Major League Baseball over allegations of sexual assault, resulting in the star player being taken away for as many as 324 games. “In the strongest possible terms, I deny any violation of the League’s domestic violence and sexual assault policy,” Bauer tweeted Friday after the MLB’s announcement. I am resuming this procedure and expect it to prevail. As we have done during this process, my representative and I respect the confidentiality of the proceedings.” In a lawsuit filed earlier this week, Power claimed that the accused, a San Diego woman, launched a “malicious campaign” to discredit him, denying that “he had sex.” Anal with a woman, punching her in the face, stomach, or vagina. Or scratching her on her cheek or her back, as the woman said. Los Angeles Times mentioned. Power’s alleged victim said she woke up the next day with black eyes, a swollen jaw and cheekbones, a cleft upper lip, black bruises on the top of her vagina, and multiple bruises on her right buttock, According to ESPN, who said she had previously admitted agreeing to letting Bauer strangle her unconscious. Power No criminal charge has been brought regarding these allegations.