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Around the Empire: New York Yankees News - 3/22/14

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Yankees News

Baseball Prospectus | Jason Parks: Some spring scouting reports on Yankees prospects Dante Bichette and Aaron Judge.

Fangraphs | Jeff Sullivan: Sometimes good teams have really bad players, like the 2005 Yankees, who had both Bernie Williams and Tony Womack.

The Star-Ledger | Jorge Castillo: Fred Lewis, Matt Daley, Michael Pineda, and Ivan Nova, among others, are interested in the protective caps, but the Yankees have yet to receive any.

It's About the Money | Williams Tasker: The Yankees infield might not be as bad as everyone thinks.

LoHud | Chad Jennings: Dean Anna knows he has an opportunity available to him with Brendan Ryan likely to miss Opening Day.

New York Post | Ken Davidoff: The Yankees signed up for this injury uncertainty when they signed Jacoby Ellsbury.

ESPN New York | Andrew Marchand: One NL general manager believes that Francisco Cervelli's trade value is low.

It's About the Money | Michael Eder: With Francisco Cervelli hitting so well, could the Yankees try him out at another position to get his bat into the lineup?

The Greedy Pinstripes | Daniel Burch: A look at what milestones Alex Rodriguez could have reached if he was playing in 2014.

LoHud | Chad Jennings: Decisions around the pitching staff remain the most pressing in camp.