Smith is the second pitcher to be suspended under MLB’s revised foreign substance policy.
The administrative leave will initially last seven days but can be extended in conjunction with the MLBPA.
Callaway has also been officially dismissed by the Angels.
Chapman gets disciplined after throwing a 101 MPH pitch at the head of the Rays’ Mike Brosseau.
The suspensions stem from some old-school baseball outrage over Fernando Tatis Jr. hitting a grand slam.
The Astros’ hitting coach receives a hefty ban after instigating a brawl over the weekend.
Boston will lose its second-round pick as part of the punishment.
A.J. Hinch and Jeff Luhnow are being suspended for the season and the Astros will lose first and second-round picks in 2020 and ‘21.
At least publicly, the commissioner says he believes the illegal sign-stealing issues are exclusive to the Astros.
An appeal reduced Pineda’s ban from 80 to 60 games.
This is the second drug suspension of Beckham’s professional career, but the first for performance enhancers.
Yasiel Puig (among many others) receives a suspension for his final act in a Reds uniform.
Herrera receives the second-longest domestic violence suspension since MLB developed a formal policy in 2016.
This is a bad look for a pitcher who looked like a legitimate AL Cy Young candidate up to this point.
Webb is the third of the Giants’ top five prospects to be dealt a major setback this season, though this one appears to be entirely of his own doing.
After the infamous Strickland / Harper brawl of 2017, it’s time to get real.