Astros’ reliever Bryan Abreu will be available to pitch for Game 7 on Monday night and his suspension would be upheld until the 2024 season, MLB confirmed.
Abreu’s two-game suspension, which was handed to him following the events during ALCS Game 5, won’t be in effect until the start of the 2024 regular season.
A decision has been rendered by the arbitrator regarding the appeal for Bryan Abreu’s discipline. His two-game suspension has been upheld, and it will be served during the first two games to begin MLB’s 2024 season. #ALCS #Postseason— MLB Communications (@MLB_PR) October 23, 2023
Sources told KPRC 2′s Ari Alexander that Abreu’s fine was also reduced to $2,500. However, it was unknown how much he was originally fined.
Source: Any suspension will be pushed back to 2024.— Ari Alexander (@KPRC2Ari) October 23, 2023
Abreu’s fine was reduced to $2500, I’m told.