Cleveland Indians right-hander Mike Clevinger will not make his scheduled Tuesday start after the team learned that he violated coronavirus safety protocol while on the road in Chicago.

Clevinger is the second Indians pitcher in as many days to be cited by the team for violating protocol in Chicago. Zach Plesac had to drive back to Cleveland in a rental car on Sunday before the Indians wrapped up their series against the White Sox after he left the team hotel to go out Saturday.

Clevinger accompanied Plesac when they went out on Saturday in Chicago. Clevinger flew home with the team, which did not know about his violation before departure.

In a statement Monday, the Indians said Clevinger will go into quarantine and undergo testing while away from his teammates. Clevinger, who is 1-1 with a 3.24 ERA, and Plesac will have to test negative for COVID-19 twice in 72 hours before they’ll be allowed to rejoin any team activities.

Both players are being counted on as part of a strong Cleveland pitching staff that has carried the club through 17 games.

The Indians — and other Major League Baseball teams — have established codes of conduct to mitigate possible spread of the highly contagious coronavirus.

Clevinger and Plesac could face additional discipline from the Indians, who have been proactive during baseball’s restart. They quarantined slugger Franmil Reyes after learning that he didn’t wear a mask or practice social distancing while attending a July 4th party.

Team president Chris Antonetti and manager Terry Francona, who has been away from the team for the past eight games while dealing with a gastrointestinal issue, are expected to address Clevinger’s situation Tuesday.

Adam Plutko (1-0) will start Tuesday’s series opener against the Cubs in Cleveland.