Sports Blue Jays’ Roberto Osuna ordered to stay away from downtown Toronto building

20:31  17 may  2018
20:31  17 may  2018 Source:   thestar.com

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Blue Jays pitcher Roberto Osuna must remain 100 metres away from a building near Lake Shore Blvd. W. and Strachan Ave., and has been ordered not to communicate with the woman he’s accused of assaulting earlier this month, according to a court document.

To correct things, Osuna added more upper-body muscle and has been working on staying more upright in his delivery. Roberto Osuna is taking time away from the Toronto Blue Jays in order to take care of his mental health.

Toronto Blue Jays' closer Roberto Osuna has been placed on “administrative leave” by Major League Baseball following his assault charge earlier this month.© Tony Gutierrez Toronto Blue Jays' closer Roberto Osuna has been placed on “administrative leave” by Major League Baseball following his assault charge earlier this month.

Blue Jays pitcher Roberto Osuna must remain 100 metres away from a building near Lake Shore Blvd. W. and Strachan Ave., and has been ordered not to communicate with the woman he’s accused of assaulting earlier this month, according to a court document.

As a condition of his release, he’s also been ordered not to possess weapons or consume alcohol.

The 23-year-old pitcher is scheduled to appear in court designated for domestic offences at Old City Hall on June 18.

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Toronto Blue Jays relief pitcher Roberto Osuna has been ordered to remain at least 100 meters away from a building near Lake Shore Blvd. W. and Strachan Ave. in downtown Toronto , according to court documents acquired by Vjosa Isai and Wendy Gillis of the Toronto Star.

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He has been charged with assault against Alejandra Roman Cota.

Last week, Toronto police’s Professional Standards unit launched an internal investigation into a leaked photo showing Osuna in a holding cell, legs outstretched and head down.

That investigation concluded this week, and the source of the photo leak was identified, the Star has confirmed. But any information about what discipline, if any, the individual responsible faced will not be made public.

On Thursday, Toronto police spokesperson Mark Pugash said “the matter has been resolved.” He said under the Police Services Act, the service is prohibited from providing any further information beyond that the investigation has concluded.

Major League Baseball placed Osuna on “administrative leave” on May 8 after the Toronto Blue Jays closer was arrested earlier in the day.

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That leave was set to expire Tuesday, but has been extended to May 21.

The leave can run up to a week under the agreement between the commissioner’s office and MLB Players’ Association, but may be extended if further time is required.

Administrative leave is considered an absence from the player’s team, with a roster spot being filled.

With files from Betsy Powell and Richard Griffin

Blue Jays All-Star Roberto Osuna could face significant suspension .
Toronto Blue Jays All-Star closer Roberto Osuna remains on paid administrative leave after he was arrested and charged with assaulting a woman in Canada earlier this month. While a ton of details have not come out regarding the situation in question, this one report from Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports suggests that Osuna could be facing a “significant suspension” from MLB.“MLB has taken such incidents with the utmost seriousness, and has suspended players even in cases where there was no physical contact alleged,” Heyman noted.

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