MLB umpire Pat Hoberg has been suspended over allegedly violating the league’s gambling rules, The Post’s Jon Heyman has confirmed.

It’s unclear what the discipline was, but Hoberg is appealing MLB’s decision.

The Athletic was the first to report the news.

MLB said it did not find any evidence that Hoberg’s games had been compromised.

“During this year’s Spring Training, Major League Baseball commenced an investigation regarding a potential violation of MLB’s sports betting policies by Umpire Pat Hoberg,” MLB said in a statement to The Athletic. “Mr. Hoberg was removed from the field during the pendency of that investigation. While MLB’s investigation did not find any evidence that games worked by Mr. Hoberg were compromised or manipulated in any way, MLB determined that discipline was warranted.

“Mr. Hoberg has chosen to appeal that determination. Therefore, we cannot comment further until the appeal process is concluded.”

Hoberg, 37, made his MLB debut in 2014 and worked at least one playoff series from 2018 through 2022, calling the World Series in the latter year.

This is a developing story.

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