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Around the Empire: New York Yankees News - 4/11/14

Al Bello

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Yankees News

ESPN New York | Wallace Matthews: Michael Pineda claims he used dirt, not pine tar.

An A-Blog For A-Rod | Brad Vietrogoski: Brian McCann might be struggling because of a lack in selectivity

Baseball Prospectus: Scouts talk about Ivan Nova and Masahiro Tanaka.

ESPN New York | Wallace Matthews: The crowd at Masahiro Tanaka's Yankee Stadium debut was very underwhelming.

Sports Business Daily | John Ourand: The YES Network shut down their in-market streaming service, further underlining the lack of development in such streaming services.

Baseball America | Ben Badler: As the game gets younger, scouts are starting to recruit children.

Sports Illustrated | Tom Verducci: The Yankees brought in an ace with Masahiro Tanaka.

The Wall Street Journal | Daniel Barbarisi: Yangervis Solarte and Dean Anna have finally made it to the majors at the same time.

ESPN New York | Andrew Marchand: Jacoby Ellsbury talks about leaving the Red Sox and becoming a Yankee.

Hardball Talk | Craig Calcaterra: Dr. James Andrews believes that the rash of Tommy John surgeries is a rising trend based on how pitchers are throwing harder at younger ages.

The Star-Ledger | Jorge Castillo: A Japanese pop band wrote a song for Masahiro Tanaka to warm up to.

Providence Journal | Brian Macpherson: Baseball is changing and the Yankees can no longer rely on free agents signed into their late 30s.