BREAKING: MLB Completes Investigation Into White Sox Mike Clevinger

Chicago White Sox right-hander Mike Clevinger will not face disciplinary action from Major League Baseball following an investigation into allegations of domestic violence and child abuse, according to Jesse Rogers of ESPN.

The investigation was prompted by accusations of physical, verbal, and emotional abuse towards the mother of Clevinger's daughter and his daughter.

Clevinger has agreed to evaluations by Major League Baseball and the Player's Association's joint treatment boards and has committed to following any recommendations that may result.

Clevinger has been throwing in White Sox camp and could make his Cactus League debut. In the 2022 season with the Padres, the 32-year-old pitcher posted a 4.33 ERA, 1.20 WHIP, and a 91 strikeouts over 114.1 innings, but experienced a noticeable dip in velocity.

The thirty-two-year-old pitcher signed a one-year, $12 million contract earlier this offseason with the White Sox. 
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