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Around the Empire: Yankees news - 1/4/16

Yankees news for January 4th.

"I don't think I'd look good in blue and orange"
"I don't think I'd look good in blue and orange"
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New York Daily News | John Harper: The Yankees should look to their cross-town rivals in order to trade for the ace pitcher their staff needs. Harper proposes trading Andrew Miller and Brett Gardner to the Mets for Zach Wheeler, Rafael Montero, and Alejandro De Aza. (But they probably shouldn't do this.) | Brendan Kuty: With domestic violence allegations being made towards Aroldis Chapman, many suspect that Major League Baseball is likely to suspend the star reliever. However, that suspension may not be a lengthy one. | Brendan Kuty: The Yankees remain open to trading Andrew Miller, but a trade is unlikely as the team's asking price is probably too high. Reportedly, the Yankees are looking for a young top-of-the-rotation starter in any trade involving Miller. | Doug Miller: Tim Raines' Hall of Fame candidacy has, deservedly so, been gaining steam in recent years. With only two years of eligibility left for Raines, time is running out fast for him to be voted in.