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Around the Empire: Yankees news - 5/22/20

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The moment Judge became a historic Yankee; An update on the latest proposal between MLB and the MLBPA; The Bombers have four of the top-10 greatest home runs in World Series history

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New York Post | Dan Martin: Aaron Judge has had many memorable moments in pinstripes, but what has made him a historic Yankee? Was it his 2017 rookie home run record? His 2018 Wild Card home run? His play in the field? One of those three was chosen in this article.

CBS Sports | R.J. Anderson: Things are getting tense between MLB and the Players Association. On Thursday, the union responded to the league’s 67-page safety and testing protocol proposal with some potential modifications. The counter-proposal included notes on testing frequency, protections for high-risk players and their families, and sanitization protocols.

NJ.com | Mike Rosenstein: On Wednesday, NBC Sports ranked the top-10 home runs in World Series history. The Yankees were featured on the list five times, but not all were good. Find out which Yankees home runs made the list!