Clevinger avoids disciplinary action for ‘domestic violence’
Chicago White Sox right-hander Mike Clevinger (33) avoided disciplinary action.
The MLB Secretariat issued a statement on the 6th (Korean time) and announced the results of an investigation into Clevinger’s domestic violence allegations.
The secretariat interviewed more than 15 people, including Clevinger himself and the accuser, and as a result of checking related documents and communication records, it said, “We have decided not to punish him unless new information or evidence emerges.”
Clevinger was previously investigated for assaulting his daughter with a 24-year-old woman named Olivia Feinsted.
The investigation began when Feinsted reported the assault directly to her office.
According to ‘The Athletic’, Clevinger strangled a woman in June, and when the team at the time, the San Diego Padres, visited Los Angeles for an away game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Clevinger beat the woman in a hotel room and told her child. I threw away the chewing tobacco.
The secretariat said, “Clevinger voluntarily agreed to be evaluated by the joint committee according to the labor-management agreement, and agreed to cooperate with any recommendations of the committee. The Secretariat will continue to support Clevinger, his family, and other individuals involved in the investigation,” it added. 메이저놀이터
His team, the White Sox, expressed his intention to accept the results of the investigation, saying, “We respect the joint policy of the league labor and management regarding this case.”
Clevinger, who returned last season after undergoing Tommy John surgery in November 2020, went 7-7 with a 4.33 ERA in 23 appearances and 114 1/3 innings for San Diego.
For the 2023 season, he agreed to a one-year, $12 million contract with the Chicago White Sox.