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Around the Empire: New York Yankees News - 12/3/14

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LoHud | Chad Jennings: The Yankees avoided arbitration with Esmil Rogers, agreeing to a deal worth potentially $1.48 million with $750,000 guaranteed for next season. This means that he will likely be among the top contenders for a bullpen spot in spring training.

New York Post | Joel Sherman: Yankees fans complain about the team being inactive so far this offseason, but all of last season's top spenders missed the playoffs. The Winter Meetings are still yet to come, but it's possible that the front office just doesn't see a point in continuing to throw money at an uninspiring roster.

ESPN | Paul Swydan: Without any moves this offseason, the Yankees are currently looking like a team that could end up last in the AL East.

SI Live | Charlie De Blase Jr.: Finding a new shortstop just doesn't seem to be at the top of the Yankees' priority list right now.

New York Daily News | John Harper: Signing Andrew Miller and Max Scherzer while letting David Robertson walk would allow the Yankees to keep a similar draft pick to the one they currently have. Is it also possible that the team's sudden interest in Miller is just a way to put pressure on Robertson?