Julio Urias update: Latest development further complicates $14,250,000 Dodgers pitcher's life amid investigation

When Dave Roberts and the Los Angeles Dodgers returned to their clubhouse Monday, they discovered that pitcher Julio Urías' locker had been cleaned and replaced.

The team's decision to "move on" from Urías, who was arrested on domestic abuse accusations earlier this month, was announced on Monday, according to Roberts.

"It's sad," Roberts remarked Monday, per Dodger Blue. "It really — it's sad on every level."

Urías was detained last week and charged with felony domestic violence. He was reportedly nabbed near BMO Stadium on September 3, the day Inter Miami and Lionel Messi faced

off against LAFC in a Major League Soccer game. Further details about his arrest are unknown.

Urías was placed on administrative leave by Major League Baseball two days later as part of an investigation. He hasn't been with the team since.

On Monday, the Dodgers handed over Urías' locker to infielder Kolten Wong. The Dodgers covered up paintings featuring Urías and canceled a planned bobblehead event later this month.

According to Roberts, the decision to clear Urías' locker was made for organizational reasons.

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