NEW YORK, Aug. 19 (UPI) -- Right-hander Kevin Gryboski, formerly of the Texas Rangers, Friday was suspended for three games and fined an undisclosed amount by Major League Baseball.
The discipline was for inappropriate actions immediately at the conclusion of the Rangers' game at Boston on Aug. 9. The actions were not disclosed.
Gryboski has since been optioned to Triple-A Oklahoma and is scheduled to serve the suspension upon his return to the major leagues.
Vice-President of On-Field Operations Bob Watson said on MLB.com the suspension will be delayed until -- and if -- the appeal process is complete.
Mainly as a reliever in a four-year career, the 6-foot-5 inch Gryboski has pitched for the Rangers and Atlanta Braves and has a career record of 12-8 with an ERA of 3.75. This season, he was 1-1 with Texas.