New York Yankee closer Aroldis Chapman has been suspended for 30 games by MLB for violating domestic violence policy. While Chapman was never charged with a crime, he admits to a fight with his girlfriend and firing eight gun shots in his garage after the argument.

Chapman will not appeal the suspension, which also means a loss of $1.7 million dollars in salary.

He is eligible to return to the Yankees on May 9th. He can participate on all spring training activities.

Yankee manager Joe Girardi talked with reporters at Yankee spring training camp in Tampa, Florida...