Free-agent pitcher Matt Harvey testified on Tuesday as part of the trial concerning ex-Los Angeles Angels employee Eric Kay's role in the death of former pitcher Tyler Skaggs. Kay is accused of providing the drugs to Skaggs that resulted in his death. Now, Harvey's testimony could result in a suspension of two-plus months if and when he signs with a team, according to what a MLB official told ESPN's T.J. Quinn.

Harvey, who admitted to distributing pain pills to Skaggs during their shared time with the Angels, is believed to have violated the league's policy against drug distribution. Here's part of what Harvey testified about during his time on the stand. 

MLB said in a statement to Quinn and ESPN that the league intends to investigate once the trial ends. (The defense rested its case on Wednesday, meaning closing arguments will take place on Thursday.)