The Indians of Cleveland have returned the pitcher Zach Plesac in his home, Sunday, because he has violated the code of conduct of the team.
According to The Athletic, the gunner would be released in the company of a few friends, Saturday at Chicago, which would have provoked the wrath of his teammates and the team staff.
The athlete of 25 years old will have to observe a period of confinement of 72 hours during which it will be tested on multiple occasions for the COVID-19. According to The Athletic, the organization of the Indians could decide to punish more Plesac, if it deems it necessary.
In three starts, Plesac (1-1) maintained an average of points earned 1.29, while having retired 24 batters.