Major League Baseball extends Blue Jays closer Roberto Osuna's administrative leave

Major League Baseball extends Blue Jays closer Roberto Osuna's administrative leave

Major League Baseball extends Blue Jays closer Roberto Osuna's administrative leave

Major League Baseball announced paid administrative leave for Blue Jays pitcher Roberto Osuna, who was charged with assaulting a woman in Toronto, has been extended until May 21.

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Major League Baseball has extended Osuna's administrative leave through May 21, Ben Nicholson-Smith of Sportsnet.ca reports.

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Because the alleged incident falls under the umbrella of MLB's domestic violence policy, Osuna could face discipline no matter the legal status of the case. The initial leave can run up to a week under the agreement between the commissioner's office and MLB Players Association, but may be extended if further time is required.

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Osuna is averaging 4.7 FanDuel points through 15 appearances this season while picking up 9 saves (10 chances) with a 2.93 ERA, 1.11 WHIP, and 13 strikeouts across 15 1/3 innings. He has recorded 104 saves, including 39 past year, in his three seasons with the Jays.

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