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Around the Empire: New York Yankees News - 4/8/14


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Yankees News

New York Post | Ken Davidoff: Derek Jeter wanted to approach the home opener as a comeback and not as a farewell.

It's About the Money | Michael Eder: Comparing Michael Pineda's pitch f/x now and then.

NoMaas | SJK: The minor league players of the week are Rookie Davis and Mike Ford.

It's About the Money | Brad Vietrogoski: Why has David Phelps pitched so poorly in his first two outings?

LoHud | Chad Jennings: Derek Jeter talks about his double that was almost a home run.

New York Post | George A. King III: Joe Girardi will try to get some clarity on the home plate collision rules.

Hardball Talk | Craig Calcaterra: Derek Jeter actually said something interesting about the environment of the organization back in 1996.

Fangraphs | Jeff Sullivan: Finding a comp for Masahiro Tanaka after one start.

SB Nation | Marc Normandin: Check out this leaping umpire during yesterday's game.

LoHud | Chad Jennings: David Robertson feels like his groin injury won't keep him out for too long.

Newsday | Neil Best: John Sterling and Michael Kay both thought Jeter's double was a home run.

Sporting News | Kami Mattioli: Yankee Stadium spelled Jacoby Ellsbury's name wrong on the jumbotron.