Starlin Castro has been launched by the Washington Nationals after finishing a 30-game suspension for an alleged home violence incident, in response to The Athletic.
The previous Yankees infielder was suspended on July 30 by MLB commissioner Rob Manfred after an investigation concluded that he violated the league’s Joint Home Violence, Sexual Assault and Little one Abuse Coverage.
The Nationals stated in an announcement on the time that they “take all allegations of abuse and harassment very critically” and that Castro can be launched upon completion of the ban.
Particulars of the alleged incident haven’t been revealed for the reason that 31-year-old Castro initially was positioned on administrative go away by MLB on July 16.
“You requested the query, do I plan on having Starlin Castro again? And I say I don’t plan on that,” Nationals GM Mike Rizzo stated in July. “I used to be stunned. I used to be angered by it. I used to be pissed off by it. It’s one thing that can’t occur. It shouldn’t occur. It is not going to occur with the Washington Nationals, in any other case we’ll repair it.”
The four-time All-Star performed for the Yankees in 2016 and 2017 earlier than he was included within the commerce with the Marlins for Giancarlo Stanton.