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CBS Sports | Jon Heyman: Masahiro Tanaka continues to improve his stock with each start he makes
NJ.com | Brendan Kuty: Michael Pineda is unlikely to return from the DL until June.
ESPN New York | Mark Simon: Important stats to know while the Yankees and Mets face off in the Subway Series.
Fangraphs | Carson Cistulli: After not playing in a game last year, Aaron Judge is having a very impressive season so far.
The Star-Ledger | Jorge Castillo: CC Sabathia has decided to go see Dr. Andrews about his knee as a precaution.
ESPN New York | Mark Simon: A look at how dominant Derek Jeter has been against the Mets over his career.
It's About the Money | Michael Eder: CC Sabathia is giving up more home runs because his adjustments have made him more vulnerable against right-handed hitters.
Yahoo! Sports | Jeff Passan: Masahiro Tanaka and Yangervis Solarte are on opposite ends of the spectrum when it comes to how believable their season has been.
LoHud | Chad Jennings: CC Sabathia didn't want to tell anyone he was hurt.
The Star-Ledger Jorge Castillo: Mark Teixeira sat to rest a tight groin while Michael Pineda continues to rehab his injury.
It's About the Money | William Tasker: A look back at one really bad pitch by Adam Warren to Mark Reynolds that cost the Yankees the game against the Brewers.
New York Post | Ken Davidoff: While comparing the roster of the Yankees and Mets, the former beat out the latter at almost every position.