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Around the Empire: New York Yankees News - 11/21/2014

Prospects protected, Zelous ejected, Shortstop trade rumors have stalled, and Randy Levine talks

Michael L. Stein-USA TODAY Sports

ESPN New York | Andrew Marchand:  The Yankees protected four prospects from the Rule 5 draft, they also sent Zelous Wheeler to the Rakuten Golden Eagles, aka "Tanaka's former team"

It's About the Money | Brad Vietrogoski: Trade talks for Elvis Andrus and Alexei Ramirez have gone nowhere, but at the end of the day neither the Rangers or the White Sox are good trade partners at this time.  It is possible that some other teams may be better fits. Randy Levine hints that the Yankees may have some surprises hidden up their sleeves for the offseason.

New York Daily News | Mark Feinsand: Giancarlo Stanton recently signed the richest contract in baseball history, and Randy Levine is as excited about the deal as anyone because it makes Alex Rodriguez's bloated deal only the second highest in history.

Grantland | Ben Lindbergh: Finding the roster spot with the longest lineage on all 30 teams, including the Yankees