Major League Baseball has extended the administrative leave of Toronto Blue Jays closer Roberto Osuna yet again.

The league announced on Monday that Osuna's leave has been extended by seven days through June 18, the fifth time the initial seven-day period was lengthened. Osuna was originally put on administrative leave by MLB on May 8.

The pitcher was charged with one count of assault, according to Toronto Police Constable Jenifferjit Sidhu.

Osuna remains on the restricted list and continues to receive his $5.3 million salary but is ineligible to play. Administrative leave is not considered discipline.

Commissioner Rob Manfred has the option of suspending Osuna either without pay or with pay pending the resolution of legal proceedings — a penalty that later could be converted to without pay. Osuna could challenge any discipline before arbitrator Mark Irvings.

The 23-year-old Osuna is 0-0 with nine saves and a 2.93 ERA in 15 games this season. The righty was an All-Star last year, when he went 3-4 with 39 saves and a 3.38 ERA.