Atlanta Braves outfielder Hector Olivera was suspended for 82 games on Thursday by Major League Baseball after violating its domestic violence policy.
Olivera was the third player punished under MLB's policy and received the longest suspension by far. He was arrested in April after an incident involving a woman in Arlington, Va., near where the Braves were playing the Washington Nationals.
There will be no appeal from Olivera. The suspension extends through Aug. 1 without pay.
Baseball's previous suspensions under its domestic violence policy included 30 games for New York Yankees reliever Aroldis Chapman and 51 games for Colorado Rockies shortstop Jose Reyes at the start of the 2016 season.
"My office has completed its investigation into the allegation that Hector Olivera violated Major League Baseball's Joint Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Child Abuse Policy on April 13, 2016," commissioner Rob Manfred said in a statement. "Having reviewed all of the available evidence, I have concluded that Mr. Olivera violated the policy and should be subject to discipline in the form of an unpaid suspension that will expire on August 1.
"Mr. Olivera has also agreed to make a significant charitable contribution to one or more organizations focused on preventing and treating survivors of domestic violence."
The 31-year-old Olivera has not played since April while on paid administrative leave after he was charged with misdemeanor assault and battery for his alleged actions at a hotel.
"The Braves fully support Major League Baseball's decision regarding Hector Olivera," the team said in a statement. "The club will have no further comment on the matter at this time."
Olivera was expected to be the Braves' regular left fielder this season but played in only five games before the incident. He is in the second year of a six-year, $62.5 million contract.