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Around the Empire: Yankees news - 10/23/16

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Ten questions the Yankees will have to answer this offseason; grade some of the trades the Yankees made last season; Scott Brosius will be the assistant hitting coach of the Mariners; take a look at some former Yankees that grew their beards back

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Around the Empire

LoHud Yankees Blog | Chad Jennings: As we’ve mentioned quite a bit in the offseason, the Yankees have a lot of questions to answer before the 2017 season begins. In this article, Chad takes a look at ten of those questions. Hopefully the Yankees will have all the answers we need by the spring.

NJ.com | Brendan Kuty: Brian Cashman and friends made a lot of trades last season. Here, Brendan gives you a chance to grade all of them, in addition to reading his own grades of them. Be kind to some and harsh to others.

New York Daily News | Mark Feinsand: As the Cubs somewhat emulated the ‘98 Yankees ALCS, this news about Scott Brosius is pretty nice. Brosius, who was the Triple-A Tacoma hitting coach, is being promoted to the big leagues as the Mariners’ assistant hitting coach. Good luck to a former Yankee.

New York Post | Ken Davidoff: The Yankees have a strict beard policy. There are no beards. Some players like beards or are too lazy to shave it off. Take a look at some former Yankees who immediately grow their beard back once they depart the Bronx.

Fun Questions

  • Which former Yankee do you think looks better with a beard?
  • Which current Yankee do you think would benefit from having a beard?

Song of the Day

Time After Time by Cyndi Lauper

It’s Time Week here on Pinstripe Alley. It’s been a long time since either the Cubs or Cleveland won a World Series. In honor of that, it’s time for a week about time. As always, please link us your song of the day.