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Around the Empire: New York Yankees News - 7/18/14

Rob Carr

New York Post | Ken Davidoff: The Yankees have been in a state of extended mediocrity since 2013.

LoHud | Chad Jennings: Every player in the Yankees system has a question attached to their name, from Shane Greene and Jose Pirela, to Brett Gardner and CC Sabathia.

ESPN New York | Andrew Marchand: After Derek Jeter retires, how will the Yankees retain their old popularity?

New York Post | Joel Sherman: A recollection back to the days when Yankees prospect Luis Severino first impressed team scouts.

Forbes | Kurt Badenhausen: The Yankees are one of the most valuable teams in all of sports and are the most valuable non-soccer franchise in the world.

LoHud | Chad Jennings: Injury updates on Michael Pineda, Masahiro Tanaka, Carlos Beltran, and others.

It's About the Money | Katie Sharp: The Yankees get thrown out at the plate a lot, so is it time to fire third base coach Rob Thomson?

Fangraphs | Carson Cistulli: Rob Refsnyder remains one of the more interesting fringe prospects in baseball.

It's About the Money | Brad Vietrogoski: It looks like David Phelps is starting to settle in as a full-time starter.

Sports On Earth | Marc Normandin: The injury to Masahiro Tanaka will greatly alter how the Yankees approach the trade deadline.

New York Post | Joel Sherman: The Yankees can't continue to look toward the Core Four as a recipe for success because it's never going to happen again.

LoHud | Chad Jennings: A look at all the gifts Derek Jeter has received on his farewell tour so far.