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Around the Empire: New York Yankees News - 11/15/2014

Andy wants A-Rod to come clean, Tyler Austin has a bone bruise, Cashman goes homeless for charity, and longtime super-fan passes away.

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ESPN New York | Wallace Matthews: Andy Pettitte was one of the names in the infamous Mitchel Report--he owned up to what he did and was forgiven.  With A-Rod trying to regain some semblance of acceptance from the public, Andy has only one thing to say, "come clean."

Lohud Yankees Blog | Chad Jennings: Several days ago Yankees prospect Tyler Austin was involved in a terrible onfield collision.  Fortunately for him and the Yankee Universe the prognosis is good. | Jeff Macke: Brian Cashman has done a lot of things for charity over the years. This time he and others are going to be on the streets to raise awareness to a terrible situation that is all too real for countless men, women and children.

Wall Street Journal | Derek Kravitz: The Yankee fanbase loses one of its own with long time fan Bill Stimers aka "Bill the Baker" passing away.  Bill was in attendance for well over 4,000 Yankee home games and a eidetic-like recollection of every pitch that even The Boss took notice of.