Urias Arrested – How Do We Deal With This As Fans?

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6 thoughts on “Urias Arrested – How Do We Deal With This As Fans?

  1. Until the judicial system plays out it’s scenario, I am in no position to judge the kid nor will I. He is not on the active roster at this point, so I will neither root for or against him. If he is convicted and sentenced for what transpired, then I can make a judgement. If the judicial system throws the book at him, then he deserves what he gets. If not, and the MLB hands down some sort of punishment, we will all deal with it then. I am only concerned with the performance of those players who are actually performing on the field. Violence on a woman is strictly taboo.

  2. Fans really don’t have to deal with it, Urias, Dodgers, MLB and the legal system have to deal with it. I don’t have to play any role whatsoever. I will continue to root for the Dodgers and let the chips fall where they may, I have no concerns at all. If the boy needs help, get him help, pretty simple really.

    I didn’t watch Oscar’s video, so I make no comment on what he said or didn’t say (slowly and deliberately, lol)

  3. How are we supposed to deal with it? I really don’t understand the question. Are we supposed to be outraged and boycott the Dodgers until he’s cut from the team?

    BTW, a while back we had a good discussion on Dodgers streaming options so we don’t have to deal with the Time Warner cable fiasco. What were some of the options? I don’t do cable and have just resigned myself to refreshing the ESPN box score, which is pathetic.

  4. Hi DodgerPatch,

    If you don’t do cable, you cannot get the Dodgers (unless you use illegal streams.) The discussion we have revolved around the fact that getting cable (in specific, Spectrum) is not that difficult.


    Onto happier matters:

    The Dodgers are 29-16, on a 104-win pace.

    Dodgers last 8 games:
    shutout win
    shutout loss
    shutout win
    shutout win
    shutout win

  5. He was arrested after authorities responded to reports of an incident in the car park of a Los Angeles shopping mall, with witnesses telling officers they saw a man later identified as Urias shove a woman.

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