Mickey Callaway has been placed on the ineligible list through the end of the 2022 season following Major League Baseball’s investigation into his alleged sexual misconduct, details of which were originally reported by The Athletic.

In a statement Wednesday, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred wrote that the investigation “concluded that Mr. Callaway violated MLB’s policies and that placement on the ineligible list is warranted.”

Placement on the ineligible list is immediate, the league said, and Callaway will be eligible to apply for potential reinstatement at the conclusion of the 2022 season.

Five women, all of whom work in sports media and spoke to The Athletic under the condition of anonymity, accused Callaway, 45, of inappropriate behavior that included sending shirtless photos, requesting nude pictures and, in one instance, thrusting his crotch in a reporter’s face while she attempted an interview. The behavior, first made public on Feb. 1, spanned five years and his employment with three organizations, including his stint as Cleveland Indians pitching coach and New York Mets manager.

The Mets did not issue a statement following MLB’s announcement Wednesday, referring, instead, to prior comments made by president of baseball operations Sandy Alderson. Indians owner Paul Dolan wrote in a statement that his team was not provided details of the investigation by the league but that “there was no finding against the Cleveland Indians related to the Callaway matter.”