When White Sox spring training opens to media on Wednesday morning, free-agent signing Mike Clevinger is expected to be present.

A major-league source who was granted anonymity so that he could speak freely confirmed to The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal that the ongoing investigation into accusations of domestic violence and child abuse made against Clevinger are not expected to be completed by the opening of spring training, and the veteran pitcher will not be placed on administrative leave either.

News of the accusations against Clevinger first became public last month, when the MLB investigation into his alleged conduct was reported by The Athletic’s Brittany Ghiroli and Katie Strang. But the accusations and the league’s investigation date to last summer, when Clevinger was pitching for the San Diego Padres.