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Around the Empire: New York Yankees News - 4/24/14

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SB Nation | Craig Goldstein: If you missed it, Michael Pineda was ejected from last night's game for using pine tar, and Brian Cashman was embarrassed about it.

Hardball Times | Max Weinstein: Derek Jeter and Jacoby Ellsbury have some of the most obvious platoon splits in baseball.

Beyond the Box Score | Kevin Ruprecht: Can CC Sabathia's early season success continue?

ESPN Sweetspot | David Schoenfield: Who has had the better career, Derek Jeter or Ichiro Suzuki?

USA Today | Bob Nightengale: The Yankees found two very cheap players with amazing stories in Yangervis Solarte and Dean Anna.

ESPN New York | Ian O`Connor: Masahiro Tanaka doesn't necessary think a 24–0 season in MLB is out of the question.

It's About the Money | Michael Eder: Derek Jeter is continuing to defy his age, at least when it comes to hitting.

Joe Blogs | Joe Posnanski: A few facts to illustrate just how amazing Yogi Berra's career was.

Newsday | David Lennon: Jacoby Ellsbury embodies the more subdued Yankees-Red Sox rivalry.

LoHud | Chad Jennings: Before last night, Brett Gardner had never played right field in his entire professional career.

NoMaas | SJK: Derek Jeter needs to take walks if he wants his early-season success to continue.