NEW YORK — Colorado Rockies shortstop Jose Reyes was placed on paid leave Tuesday under Major League Baseball’s new domestic violence policy pending completion of criminal proceedings and won’t report to spring training.

Reyes, 32, a four-time All-Star, was arrested in Hawaii at a Maui resort Oct. 31 following an argument with his wife and pleaded not guilty to a charge of abuse of a family or household member. He was released after posting $1,000 bail and is scheduled for a trial starting April 4, the day the Rockies open at Arizona.

Reyes is the first player impacted by the policy, agreed to in August by MLB and the players’ association following a series of high-profile domestic violence cases involving NFL players. New York Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman and Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig also are under investigation.

Commissioner Rob Manfred won’t decide on possible discipline until after the criminal proceedings and an MLB investigation. Discipline is not dependent on a criminal conviction.

INDIANS: The team held its first full squad workout of spring training as it seeks a fifth starter and an outfielder to replace Michael Brantley while he misses the first part of the season.

YANKEES: Closer Aroldis Chapman rejoined the team after missing one day of spring training while tending to a family matter in Miami and said he hasn’t heard from Major League Baseball about possible discipline under the sport’s new domestic violence policy.

ANGELS: First baseman Albert Pujols is determined to play on opening day, and is open to spending more time at designated hitter as he recovers from right foot surgery.

• Left-hander C.J. Wilson will be shut down for a few days with tendinitis in his throwing shoulder, a setback in his return from elbow surgery.

BLUE JAYS: General Manager Ross Atkins wouldn’t publicly address outfielder Jose Bautista’s stance on what it would take for Toronto to sign him to a deal beyond 2016.

TIGERS: Third baseman Casey McGehee agreed to a minor league contract.

NATIONALS: First baseman Ryan Zimmerman vigorously defended himself against performance-enhancing drug allegations made in a documentary that aired in December.

PHILLIES: First baseman Ryan Howard said two offseasons of legal battles took their toll on him, but trying to focus on baseball helps escape the drama of fighting performance-enhancing drug allegations and family financial disputes.

GIANTS: Angel Pagan arrived for the first full-squad workout and made clear he’s embracing his new role in left field following the addition of Denard Span to play his old position in center.

MARLINS: Left-hander Troy Patton, who served a suspension last year under Major League Baseball’s drug program, was released.