Blue Jays closer Roberto Osuna was suspended without pay for 75 games on Friday for violating MLB's domestic violence policy.
Osuna, 23, has agreed not to appeal the suspension, which is retroactive to May 8 and extends through Aug. 4. He will wind up missing 89 days, which would cost him about $2.54 million of his $5.3 million salary.
Osuna was arrested by Toronto police and charged with assaulting a woman on May 8 and then placed on administrative leave. The league has been investigating the charges since.
The Blue Jays said they supported MLB's decision to suspend Osuna and that they would have no further comment, citing the legal matters involved.