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Around the Empire: New York Yankees News - 4/30/14

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Last Time on Pinstripe Alley

  • Michael Pineda diagnosed with Grade 1 teres major strain
  • Yankees 3, Mariners 6: Big inning dooms Sabathia again
  • How badly do the Yankees miss Robinson Cano?
  • Yankees injury updates on Jacoby Ellsbury and Michael Pineda
  • Yankees lineup vs. Mariners - There will be no video tribute to Robinson Cano
  • Yankees vs. Mariners preview: Q&A with Scott Weber of Lookout Landing
  • New York Yankees vs. Seattle Mariners: Remembering a once-intense rivalry
  • Daily Yankees Predictions 4/29/14: Cano is back, and A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall
  • Mark Teixeira might still have plenty left to offer
  • Baby Bomber Recap 4/28/14: Thunder overcome three Refsnyder errors
  • Yankees News

    ESPN New York | Andrew Marchand: Yankee Stadium did not receive the returning Robinson Cano very warmly last night.

    It's About the Money | Brad Vietrogoski: Mark Teixeira has so far shown mixed results at the plate since coming off the disabled list.

    Double G Sports | Matt Kardos: Manny Banuelos has been promoted from High-A to Double-A in his return from Tommy John surgery.

    Pinstripe Pundits | Derek Albin: A look a the updated ZiPS hitting projections for the Yankees.

    New York Post | George A. King III: The Yankees are getting hit with injuries again as Jacoby Ellsbury and Michael Pineda are dealing with injuries.

    New York Daily News | Nathaniel Vinton: Roger Clemens is angering the judge overseeing his defamation lawsuit against Brian McNamee.

    It's About the Money | Brad Vietrogoski: See whose stock is up and whose is down in the Yankees farm system. | Bryan Hoch: Carlos Beltran is not just here for his bat, but for his leadership and presence in the clubhouse.

    New York Times | David Waldstein: The Yankees have dealt with injuries, but Robinson Cano continues to prove he will play everyday.

    It's About the Money | Michael Eder: A look back at the New Yankee Stadium wind tunnel theory from 2009.