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Around the Empire: New York Yankees News - 6/21/14

Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports | Jesse Sanchez: The Yankees have been connected to 11 of the top 30 international prospects who are eligible to sign on July 2. | Kevin Manahan: While his great season could have gotten him more money on the open market after the season, Brett Gardner does not regret signing an extension.

The Times-Tribune | Donnie Collins: The Yankees have released Russ Canzler from Triple-A.

ESPN New York | Andrew Marchand: After the series against the Blue Jays, it looks like the Yankees are starting to put it all together.

It's About the Money | Brad Vietrogoski: The Yankees should consider David Price, John Mayberry, and if they want to trade their catching depth.

Newsday | Jim Baumbach: Alex Rodriguez dropped his malpractice lawsuit against Yankees team doctor Chris Ahmad in his attempt to get back in baseball's good graces.

Rotographs | Eno Sarris: David Robertson, Preston Claiborne, and Matt Thornton have some of the straightest fastballs in baseball.

Sports Illustrated | Cliff Corcoran: The Yankees are getting most of their production from young, cheap players, but it might not last.

The Hardball Times | Max Weinstein: Carlos Beltran and Ichiro Suzuki are among the most/least shiftable players in baseball.