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Around the Empire: New York Yankees News - 6/8/14

The Star-Ledger-USA TODAY Sports

The Wall Street Journal | Daniel Barbarisi: Ichiro Suzuki likes to make trick catches in the outfield for the fans, but he does it for a reason.

ESPN New York | Wallace Matthews: It's possible that Jacob Lindgren could make the major league team at some point this season.

It's About the Money | William Tasker: Looking back on Don Zimmer's career as a baseball player and his mysterious stint as a catcher.

The Trentonian | Nick Peruffo: Yankees prospect Peter O`Brien has been moved to first base.

Double G Sports | Matt Kardos: Rob Refsnyder has worked had and continues to work in order to become a major league option at second base. | Jake Kring-Schreifels: The Yankees went big on pitching out of the draft this year.

The New Yorker | Roger Angell: Don Zimmer proves that baseball is forever enduring, year in and year out.

Fangraphs Community Research | GWR: Dellin Betances is tricking opposing batter to take his pitches for strikes and swing when he throws it out of the zone.

LoHud | Chad Jennings: David Robertson thinks that college relievers, like Jacob Lindgren, can move quickly through the system.

LoHud | Chad Jennings: Carlos Beltran hasn't even practiced in the field since he's return from the disabled list.

ESPN New York | Douglas Tucker: The Yankees drafted Mariano Rivera, the son of Mariano Rivera in the 2014 MLB Draft.