It came out yesterday afternoon that the New York Yankees will be without hard-throwing reliever Arodlis Chapman for the first 30 games of the season thanks to the domestic violence allegations that have plagued his offseason.

Though no charges were formally filed, commissioner Rob Manfred has set the bar that behavior of this sort is not welcome in baseball.

Levack went on the 'Upstate Sports Edge' last night to discuss the Yanks and the impact of the suspension on the team - as well as Chapman's future.

Furthermore, Levack talked about Peyton Manning and continued to make public his idea that Manning will be taking snaps for the Cleveland Browns in 2016. Levack has maintained his position that Manning will play one season for the Browns and then slide seamlessly into the Browns front office once his playing days are over.

You can watch the 'Upstate Sports Edge' each night on the CW. Levack joins each Tuesday.

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