Back to the Los Angeles Angels Newsfeed

New details emerge about suspended Angels pitching coach Mickey Callaway’s behavior

TEMPE, Ariz. —

Suspended Angels pitching coach Mickey Callaway issued a statement to the Athletic in which he admitted to having extramarital affairs, but continued to deny allegations of sexual harassment against him.

The statement was published Tuesday morning in a report from the Athletic that described new details about Callaway’s alleged behavior toward women. Last month, the Athletic reported the first public allegations against Callaway, when five women in the sports media industry accused him of making inappropriate advances toward them — including comments on their appearance, sending them unsolicited shirtless photos of himself, and in one instance asking for nude photos in return — over a period of five years during which he worked for the Angels, New York Mets and Cleveland Indians.