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Dodgers star Trevor Bauer, on leave amid assault probe, was subject of previous protection order

A police report obtained by The Post shows that in 2017, during an incident at Bauer’s apartment, the Ohio woman attempted to show officers photos of injuries to her eyes that she said were caused by Bauer, who played for Cleveland at the time. The police arrested her for underage drinking. (The woman was an adult but not of legal drinking age; The Post is not specifying her age in order to not disclose identifying details.) There is no indication in the report of what, if anything, police did to investigate her allegations.

The Post also obtained copies of messages Bauer allegedly sent the woman, which her lawyers said prompted her to seek an order of protection. “I don’t feel like spending time in jail for killing someone,” reads one. “And that’s what would happen if I saw you again.”

The Ohio woman’s allegations, which have not previously been reported, pose a new test for Major League Baseball, which is investigating Bauer over the California woman’s assault claims and is grappling with other allegations of mistreatment of women by players and coaches. Before Bauer was put on paid leave last month, he was one of baseball’s top stars, having won the Cy Young Award as the National League’s best pitcher in 2020, the same year the Ohio woman sought the order of protection. In February, he signed a three-year, $102 million deal with the Dodgers that includes $40 million in 2021, the highest single-season salary in MLB history.

In a statement to The Post, Bauer’s lawyer and agent, Jon Fetterolf, and agent Rachel Luba called the allegations of physical abuse against Bauer “categorically false.” They questioned the validity of the photographs, which they said were provided “years after the alleged incidents and with no corroboration,” and the threatening messages. They have called the California woman’s claims “baseless” and “defamatory.”

 

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   1. The Duke Posted: August 14, 2021 at 04:59 PM (#6034397)
This is pretty good news for Trevor. I’m sure they left no stone unturned and didn’t find much. He’s a jerk which everyone now knows. It doesn’t look like he has a long list of issues.

What’s hard for me to understand is why the union keeps allowing the league to keep him on hiatus.
   2. Walks Clog Up the Bases Posted: August 14, 2021 at 05:20 PM (#6034401)
Yeah, the takeaway is that Bauer just happens to unluckily be running into women trying to bring him down.

Man, you're an #######.
   3. Hombre Brotani Posted: August 14, 2021 at 05:31 PM (#6034403)
This is pretty good news for Trevor.
People really do see what they want to see.
   4. Brian C Posted: August 14, 2021 at 05:43 PM (#6034404)
The Ohio woman’s allegations, which have not previously been reported, pose a new test for Major League Baseball

I'm not 100% sure I understand the nature of the "test" here.

I mean, MLB has a domestic violence policy, and they'll either find enough to suspend Bauer or they won't. But either way, it's not really a "test". Framing it that way seems like both a) assuming the conclusion, and b) an implicit threat that MLB better reach the same conclusion.
   5. Jobu is silent on the changeup Posted: August 14, 2021 at 07:16 PM (#6034413)
I don't think I agree that this is "not much." A cursory search (which is all that is required to find past protection orders, hysterical claims of "every stone" notwithstanding) of my past wouldn't uncover anything of the sort. Similarly, a simple text message search wouldn't uncover any vague death threats. Maybe I just need to get out more.
   6. The Duke Posted: August 14, 2021 at 07:45 PM (#6034419)
I’m not saying he’s a good fellow. He just doesn’t have an obvious pattern or it would have come out. Let’s remember no charges have been filed for weeks/months now in the first case which means there won’t be charges. I’d be surprised if he isn’t back soon. MLB was waiting to see if there was more and there isn’t. If the Post with all its resources only found this - there’s nothing else.
   7. Barry`s_Lazy_Boy Posted: August 14, 2021 at 09:29 PM (#6034432)
Bauer is garbage, and I'm not surprised there are trolls who support him.
   8. tshipman Posted: August 14, 2021 at 09:37 PM (#6034436)
   9. Hombre Brotani Posted: August 14, 2021 at 10:01 PM (#6034439)
   10. 57i66135 right now is attacking rest Posted: August 14, 2021 at 10:44 PM (#6034445)
let's be honest, if you haven't broken someone's ribs, are you even having sex?
   11. Voodoo Posted: August 14, 2021 at 10:45 PM (#6034446)
If the Post with all its resources only found this - there’s nothing else.


The ####? Every day it seems there is more that comes out on this creep. The pattern is blatantly obvious for anyone that is willing to look closely.
   12. Hombre Brotani Posted: August 14, 2021 at 10:48 PM (#6034448)
DANG IT. BTF is slicing and dicing links.

From URBAN DICTIONARY:

This is Great News! For John McCain!
A phrase describing something that is so obviously bad for someone that it is sarcastically described as being great news. Derived from the 2008 Election where FOX news tried to make any news pertaining to the election, especially bad news, as a positive some how for John McCain!

Fox News Anchor: "Today photos were found of John McCain sodomizing his illegal immigrant lawn boy Juan."

Fox News Pundit: "This is Great news! For John McCain!."


or

Fox News Anchor: "Barack Obama leads in polls 99% to 1% with only 2 days before the election.

Fox News Pundit: "This is Great news! For John McCain!"
   13. Jeff Francoeur's OPS Posted: August 14, 2021 at 10:48 PM (#6034449)
I'd say his career as he knew it is over. There won't be any opting out of this contract. If he's not charged with any crimes, then the Dodgers are going to have a hard time getting out from under that contract. If Manfred finds enough cause to impose an DV suspension, that'll save them some money, and the Dodgers may have to pay him to go away when he gets back. If this stuff is even partially true, I can't see him latching on with anyone else. Maybe before social media.
   14. Brian C Posted: August 14, 2021 at 11:37 PM (#6034455)
If memory serves, the "Great news! For John McCain" stuff was more of an MSM pundit phenomenon than a Fox News phenomenon.
   15. HGM Posted: August 15, 2021 at 03:59 AM (#6034467)
I’m not saying he’s a good fellow. He just doesn’t have an obvious pattern or it would have come out. Let’s remember no charges have been filed for weeks/months now in the first case which means there won’t be charges. I’d be surprised if he isn’t back soon. MLB was waiting to see if there was more and there isn’t. If the Post with all its resources only found this - there’s nothing else.
What's your limit to number of women a professional athlete is allowed to violate unconsciously and then threaten to beat their skull into the ground? You cool with 3? Or does that reach the level of "pattern" that you won't accept?
   16. The_Ex Posted: August 15, 2021 at 08:17 AM (#6034468)
What's your limit to number of women a professional athlete is allowed to violate unconsciously and then threaten to beat their skull into the ground? You cool with 3? Or does that reach the level of "pattern" that you won't accept?


My thoughts exactly.
   17. Robbo Posted: August 15, 2021 at 09:26 AM (#6034470)
What's your limit to number of women a professional athlete is allowed to violate unconsciously and then threaten to beat their skull into the ground? You cool with 3? Or does that reach the level of "pattern" that you won't accept?


Clearly his answer is going to depend on how much that player owns the libs.
   18. The Duke Posted: August 15, 2021 at 10:31 AM (#6034475)
It’s not clear he has done anything of the sort. If he had beaten either of these women non-consensually he’d be arrested. These look like BDSM/extortion issues to me. Have you read the texts ? Not only between her and Bauer but what she was saying to friends. What is MLB supposed to do here. Suspend him without pay for deviant sex practices ? I doubt they will do that which means he will be back, likely soon . The union won’t let this go on much longer.


   19. snapper (history's 42nd greatest monster) Posted: August 15, 2021 at 11:56 AM (#6034479)
It’s not clear he has done anything of the sort. If he had beaten either of these women non-consensually he’d be arrested. These look like BDSM/extortion issues to me. Have you read the texts ? Not only between her and Bauer but what she was saying to friends. What is MLB supposed to do here. Suspend him without pay for deviant sex practices ? I doubt they will do that which means he will be back, likely soon . The union won’t let this go on much longer.

You can't consent to getting seriously beaten, or raped when unconscious. Bauer is a degenerate felon. The only issue is can they prove it beyond a reasonable doubt. Luckily MLB doesn't have to prove it beyond a reasonable doubt.

If any of these allegations can be substantiated, there should be an unprecedented suspension. I'd say two years w/o pay as the opening bid. ARod got one year, so two seems the minimum.

   20. JJ1986 Posted: August 15, 2021 at 12:45 PM (#6034487)
Haven't almost all of the players suspended by MLB for domestic violence either not been charged criminally or had the charges dropped?
   21. Ron J Posted: August 15, 2021 at 01:55 PM (#6034495)
#20 Yes. And most haven't gone to arbitration. Differing legal standards (preponderance of evidence versus beyond a reasonable doubt) left people like Addison Russell seeing it as not worthwhile to contest the suspension.

Bauer might if the proposed suspension is significantly longer than other domestic violence suspensions. Sam Dyson got a year and that does seem on point.
   22. snapper (history's 42nd greatest monster) Posted: August 15, 2021 at 02:14 PM (#6034497)
Bauer might if the proposed suspension is significantly longer than other domestic violence suspensions. Sam Dyson got a year and that does seem on point.

True, on point. If they believe he choked a woman into unconsciousness, then raped her, however, his conduct is much more egregious than has been alleged (at least publicly) in other MLB DV suspensions.
   23. The Duke Posted: August 15, 2021 at 02:19 PM (#6034498)
I think most of the guys who have consented (or not contested) to their suspensions basically admitted they had a problem. Bauer will not and has not. He views this as consenting adult sex play followed by extortion. Ozuna for instance will not claim to be innocent - there’s video evidence of him doing it.

As to 19, that’s the allegation - what the truth is may be very different. MLB doesn’t have a free pass here. The union will not consent to commissioner oversight if the commissioner abuses his purview. The CBA is up this year. Bauer’s already missed a couple months.

They may simply choose to go the “time served” route (and counseling). Suspending him without pay seems like a long shot based on evidence they is out there. The woman in LA may have a shot at a civil suit where the standard is not “beyond a reasonable doubt”, but I’m guessing there will be a settlement long before it gets there (with an NDA).

Note that the other allegation resulted from Bauer calling the police on the woman in Ohio (who the police subsequently arrested). This is hardly corroboration of the LA situation. It also appears the woman wants no part of pursing Bauer (her lawyer said she only confirmed things that the Post found bit is not actively pursuing Bauer and won’t.)
   24. HGM Posted: August 15, 2021 at 05:19 PM (#6034510)
He views this as consenting adult sex play followed by extortion.

Ah well if the rapist that enjoys beating women says so then it must be true
   25. Jobu is silent on the changeup Posted: August 16, 2021 at 07:21 AM (#6034556)
He views this as consenting adult sex play followed by extortion.
The Manson gang thought murder was the ultimate act of love. So what?
   26. Captain Joe Bivens, Elderly Northeastern Jew Posted: August 16, 2021 at 12:40 PM (#6034582)
I think most of the guys who have consented (or not contested) to their suspensions basically admitted they had a problem. Bauer will not


He told you this?
   27. . Posted: August 16, 2021 at 12:43 PM (#6034583)
The Twitter threats Bauer made to that young woman a couple years ago initially seemed kind of spectrum-ish (*), but now have taken on extremely dark overtones. He is an incorrigibly violent man toward women and honestly I'd make it a 20% or so chance that within the next 25 years he kills a woman. Maybe higher. He's a serial woman beater who gets off on it (**), and I'd have no issue if MLB made him permanently ineligible.

(*) As was discussed around here at the time.

(**) This will obviously never become part of the curated public conversation, but the fact that he gets sexual pleasure from his violence means the violence runs even deeper in his psyche and makes him more, not less, dangerous.
   28. gef the talking mongoose, peppery hostile Posted: August 16, 2021 at 12:48 PM (#6034584)

He told you this?


Pillow talk, apparently.
   29. The Duke Posted: August 16, 2021 at 01:03 PM (#6034587)
His lawyers have categorically said the ohio woman is a liar and that the LA situation is simply consensual sex. I assume they speak for him
   30. Captain Joe Bivens, Elderly Northeastern Jew Posted: August 16, 2021 at 02:26 PM (#6034603)
His lawyers have categorically said the ohio woman is a liar and that the LA situation is simply consensual sex.


That's what they say now. That doesn't mean they won't issue a different statement later, before or after a trial.
   31. The Duke Posted: August 16, 2021 at 03:09 PM (#6034606)
There’s not going to be a (criminal) trial. That’s the issue. The restraining order was simply to get publicity because the police wouldn’t arrest him. She as much as said so. From ESPN:

The woman's petition said she sought the order after becoming "deeply concerned that no arrest has been made or charges filed," and she felt isolated and stressed while waiting. "I have not asked him to stop contacting me because I fear what he will do."

So for six weeks the police were looking at this and did not make an arrest. Now another 6 weeks has gone - no arrest.

ESPN has a good summary up today
   32. Captain Joe Bivens, Elderly Northeastern Jew Posted: August 16, 2021 at 04:11 PM (#6034620)

There’s not going to be a (criminal) trial.

There may be a criminal trial.
   33. The Yankee Clapper Posted: August 16, 2021 at 05:18 PM (#6034635)
Since this is the Internet, few are willing to wait for actual evidence before pronouncing judgment, but there still seems to be a wide range of possible outcomes, depending on how the evidence plays out. I’d suggest waiting for the hearing, but what fun is that, eh?
   34. snapper (history's 42nd greatest monster) Posted: August 16, 2021 at 05:22 PM (#6034636)
Since this is the Internet, few are willing to wait for actual evidence before pronouncing judgment, but there still seems to be a wide range of possible outcomes, depending on how the evidence plays out. I’d suggest waiting for the hearing, but what fun is that, eh?

We don't have to wait for the evidence to say he's a horrible person. His version of events supports that.
   35. HGM Posted: August 16, 2021 at 06:37 PM (#6034645)
As we know, if there are any groups we can consider trustworthy when it comes to sexual violence, it's cops and defense lawyers of accused sexual abusers.

The woman's petition said she sought the order after becoming "deeply concerned that no arrest has been made or charges filed," and she felt isolated and stressed while waiting. "I have not asked him to stop contacting me because I fear what he will do."

Imagine reading that and thinking that the issue here is the victim "trying to get publicity" rather than her abuser and a justice system that has routinely failed victims of sexual violence. Monstrous.
   36. What if I planted tomatoes Posted: August 16, 2021 at 08:57 PM (#6034665)
Given the trades and how LA is so loaded with talent what is the upside of having that guy back on the team? Like none. Plus the Dodgers can just pay him off to go away if he gets reinstated. LA has the baseball equivalent of Bezos money.
   37. baxter Posted: August 16, 2021 at 10:21 PM (#6034677)
to 35, who is all this "we" who "know?"

Be skeptical of stuff you read on the internet indeed.

But, why is a civil lawyer's pleading for a restraining order entitled to so many credibility points in your noggin (that speaks for "we")?

Sexual assault cases are tough to defend. Formerly in California there was an instruction to juries along the lines of "accusations of rape are easily made and difficult to disprove." That arose from the case involving Alexander Pantages, who owned a theater which still stands on Hollywood blvd. It is no longer the law in CA. As tough as the cases are, one issue concerning credibility occurs when a complaining witness has a pending civil suit against a criminal defendant. The prospect of a civil judgment can provide a motive for people to testify according to pecuniary interests. Ultimately it's for a jury to decide, if it gets that far. So, right on YC, #33, you stated it a lot better than I did.

Plus, why should I care about what kind of person Bauer is? He has a talent for hurling a horsehide wrapped piece of cork. If it pleases you to prejudge him, have at it. But, also remember, for those of you who are LA county residents, if you get called to jury duty, make sure you disclose you bashed Bauer on a message board. Jurors give their information under penalty of perjury; I would hate to hear about any of you being untruthful.

be well
   38. AuntBea odeurs de parfum de distance sociale Posted: August 16, 2021 at 10:33 PM (#6034680)
But, also remember, for those of you who are LA county residents, if you get called to jury duty, make sure you disclose you bashed Bauer on a message board. Jurors give their information under penalty of perjury; I would hate to hear about any of you being untruthful.
HEHEHE. Yes, god forbid best not express opinions on the interwebs, lest you ruin your chance to be an impartial juror.

I've read a lot of stupid #### on the internet. Glad I read this though--haven't laughed this hard in weeks.
   39. baxter Posted: August 16, 2021 at 11:01 PM (#6034682)
38 Thanks; I really appreciate your posts on COVID glad you're one of the few people in the world who gets my sense of humor.

You made my night.
   40. base ball chick Posted: August 16, 2021 at 11:06 PM (#6034683)
anytime someone accuses someone of something and immediately wants money for themself, i start having a real hard time believing them.

i think it is obvious that bauer has a lot of hostility to females but the fact is that a lot of females want the S&M brief sexual encounters and bauer is careful enough to pick what he likes from that particular group. i don't think he is stupid enough to start killing them seeing as how it is close to impossible these days to not leave a trail or DNA anywhere and he is smart enough to know that. he's not a stupid man. he didn't pick up some female who was NOT into S&M.

and he obviously separates his sexual encounters from the rest of his life - he hired a female agent and she made them both rich. he had a female baseball player (catcher) on his videos - he's VERY careful to separate sex encounters from any other encounters with females. he doesn't sexually harrass - i doubt he's that stupid

i think it is going to be tough to get him under the domestic violence thing seeing as how he says one encounter was completely consensual and he says didn't hit the other and she can't prove it was him and even if it was, it's the S&M sexual choice thing

but bad publicity is bad publicity no matter WHAT the cops find, and i wouldn't be surprised if the dodgers release him if he is not put on the restricted list and MLB finds him to have committed domestic violence

actually, if he gets released and he's blackballed from MLB, i would bet that zop is right and his anger towards females will be a lot worse. he's kind of like an incel (incels are incels because they are physically unattractive, have no money, status or charm) who has $$$ and is famous enough to get what he wants. and who knows how many other females he met on line who are not complaining who also agreed to the S&M thing.

anyhow, unless his future followers are just incels, there goes his whole online would be sports empire and what's left for him is to go to barstool sports where their founder obviously despises females, too


   41. Howie Menckel Posted: August 18, 2021 at 09:59 PM (#6035039)
Daniel Wallach
@WALLACHLEGAL
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Trevor Bauer intends to invoke his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination in domestic violence hearing; judge adjourns proceedings and will make ruling on Thursday.
   42. The Honorable Ardo Posted: August 18, 2021 at 10:16 PM (#6035047)
Whenever something like this happens - Bauer, Deshaun Watson, etc. - I always wonder how much the sports stars of the 1950s through 1980s got away with that would be seen as totally unacceptable by today's standards. Are we a healthier society for it? Yes and no.
   43. Never Give an Inge (Dave) Posted: August 18, 2021 at 11:15 PM (#6035058)

Men in general got away with a lot in the 1950s through the 1980s (and beyond) that wouldn't be acceptable today.
   44. baxter Posted: August 19, 2021 at 12:39 AM (#6035074)
41 He has good counsel.
   45. Jose Is An Absurd Balladeer Posted: August 19, 2021 at 08:21 AM (#6035087)
Whenever something like this happens - Bauer, Deshaun Watson, etc. - I always wonder how much the sports stars of the 1950s through 1980s got away with that would be seen as totally unacceptable by today's standards.


Constantly. Just ####### endlessly. Read some of the autobiographies, hell how much did Bouton talk about "beaver shooting" in Ball Four. Sports stars and men in general got away with an unbelievable amount of stuff (and generally still do).

Are we a healthier society for it? Yes and no.


We are definitely a better society for calling people on this bullshit. Sexual harrassment and sexual assault isn't something to be laughed off.
   46. Jose Is An Absurd Balladeer Posted: August 19, 2021 at 08:22 AM (#6035088)
Trevor Bauer intends to invoke his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination in domestic violence hearing; judge adjourns proceedings and will make ruling on Thursday.


This surprises me a bit. I'm going to assume it's the right decision though I'm not a lawyer so I won't pretend to know the ins and outs. I'd love to have been a fly on the wall for those meetings. I'm guessing Bauer wanted to speak his piece.
   47. RoyalsRetro (AG#1F) Posted: August 19, 2021 at 02:36 PM (#6035156)
Request for a restraining order denied.
   48. Steve Parris, Je t'aime Posted: August 19, 2021 at 02:50 PM (#6035159)
Request for a restraining order denied.

Judge found that the victim essentially assumed the risk of all her injuries by consenting to rough sex. Yeesh.

Bauer's admin leave is up tomorrow. He is not by any means in the clear legally, but I wonder if defeating the restraining order will embolden him to challenge MLB when they presumably try to extend his leave.
   49. The Yankee Clapper Posted: August 19, 2021 at 07:07 PM (#6035215)
Judge found that the victim essentially assumed the risk of all her injuries by consenting to rough sex. Yeesh.
The issue was whether Bauer was such a continuing threat to the woman that she needed a further protection order. The prior encounters had the woman driving from San Diego to Bauer’s home in the Los Angeles area, so he’s not much of a threat if she doesn’t go to his house again. More reporting here:
Judge Dianna Gould-Saltman said there was a distinction between what the accuser thought was permissible in their two intimate encounters and what she communicated to Bauer “When she set boundaries, [Bauer] respected them,” the judge told the courtroom following closing arguments.
. . .
Gould-Saltman ruled that Bauer, in his conduct with his accuser, “did not coerce her or threaten her into sexual activity.” She said testimony established that the accuser’s Instagram direct messages and text messages to Bauer indicated to him that she “wanted rough sex in the first encounter and rougher sex in the second.”
The burden of proof on any potential criminal charges is much higher, beyond a reasonable doubt, and there may be some credibility problems with the accuser, but Bauer won’t be out of the woods until a decision is made on that.
   50. sunday silence (again) Posted: August 20, 2021 at 03:20 PM (#6035355)
Im guessing that this ruling effectively means he wont be prosecuted in LA. Technically yeah the case is still open, but a ruling like this is sort of a bellweather.
   51. Ron J Posted: August 20, 2021 at 04:39 PM (#6035363)
PA's already agreed to an extension. (To August 27 right now)

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