Roberto Osuna addressed the Houston Astros for roughly 10 minutes on Sunday during a closed-door meeting.

The reliever apologized for the distraction his domestic assault charge has caused, according to those in attendance.

Osuna told his new teammates that he was grateful to get another opportunity to pitch and to do so with the defending World Series champions.

He declined to provide specifics about what led to his May 8 arrest in Toronto, citing an ongoing legal matter. The incident led to a 75-game suspension under Major League Baseball's domestic violence policy.

The Astros acquired Osuna on Monday in exchange for three pitchers and will eventually turn to him in the ninth inning.