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Around the Empire: Yankees news - 3/24/20

Aaron Boone provides injury updates; A deep dive into the Yankees’ farm system; 1990 A’s take on the 2000 Yankees

Baltimore Orioles v. New York Yankees | Brendan Kuty: With all the extra time off, many of the injured Yankees have been able to get healthier. Aaron Boone provided an injury update regarding Giancarlo Stanton and Aaron Judge. They both seem to be moving in the right direction.

New York Post | Joel Sherman: The Yankees have owned a good farm system in recent years, but not everyone has panned out for them. This piece takes deep-dive into New York’s strategy on talent and debunks the myth that has surrounded them since 2016. The New York Post put every player back on the team that drafted them and examined which organizations have done the best at bringing talent into their pipeline — and just how much it matters.

The Throwback League | Josh Lewin: While you’re in quarantine, listen to this podcast which takes you back some 20-30 years ago. It goes through a hypothetical match-up of the 1990 Oakland A’s vs. 2000 Yankees. The game is put through a simulation to determine the outcome. Dave Stewart gets the ball for Oakland, Andy Pettitte for New York, and Josh Lewin is on the call. Sit back and enjoy!