Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig will not face disciplinary measures from Major League Baseball after it wrapped up its investigation into an alleged domestic incident with his sister.
"The Office of the Commissioner of Baseball has concluded its investigation into an alleged incident involving Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig and his sister in a Miami-area nightclub on Nov. 26, 2015," the league said in a statement released Wednesday. "The investigation included interviews of witnesses, including Puig and his sister, as well as a review of video footage from inside the nightclub at the time of the alleged incident.
"The Office of the Commissioner's investigation did not uncover any witness who supported the assault allegation; both Puig and his sister denied that an assault occurred; and the available video evidence did not support the allegation.
"Thus, barring the receipt of any new information or evidence, no discipline will be imposed on Puig in connection with the alleged incident."
Commissioner Rob Manfred suspended New York Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman under MLB's new domestic violence policy for 30 games after an incident at the left-hander's Florida home. Chapman agreed not to appeal the suspension.
MLB also plans to review a case involving Colorado Rockies shortstop Jose Reyes, who is on paid leave after he was allegedly involved in an incident with his wife in Hawaii in October. An April 4 trial date has been set on a charge of abuse of a family member.