The Cleveland Indians were made aware of complaints about Mickey Callaway's sexually inappropriate behavior during his tenure as their pitching coach, despite the team's public statements to the contrary, according to a report.

Chris Antonetti, in response to an earlier report by The Athletic, said last month that the organization was unaware of any inappropriate behavior toward women.

According to a report published by The Athletic, the husband of a woman who had an extramarital affair with Callaway from 2015 to 2017 contacted the Indians multiple times to complain about Callaway's behavior.