Chicago White Sox pitcher Mike Clevinger will not face any disciplinary action from Major League Baseball (MLB), according to an announcement on Sunday. The decision comes after the MLB completed its investigation into allegations of domestic abuse against Clevinger. The Office of the Commissioner of Baseball confirmed that there was not enough evidence to support the claims against the right-hander. Clevinger, who was traded to the White Sox from the Cleveland Indians earlier this year, has been cleared to continue playing without any restrictions. This news will come as a relief to the 30-year-old and his fans, who have been eagerly awaiting the outcome of the investigation.