New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman knew the risks that came with acquiring Aroldis Chapman, and after Tuesday's news, the organization is living with the consequences. The four-time All-Star accepted a 30-game suspension without appeal for violating the MLB's domestic violence policy. Neither Chapman, nor the Yankees, took issue with the ruling from commissioner Rob Manfred. "The Yankees support the decision made by the Commissioner," the team said in a brief statement. "We are pleased that Aroldis has accepted this discipline.”