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Around the Empire: New York Yankees News - 7/26/14

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CBS Sports | Matt Snyder: Tom Seaver believes that Derek Jeter should be the first unanimous Hall of Famer.

Examiner.com | Daniel Pfeiffer: Yankees outfield prospect Jake Cave is working on adjusting to Double-A ball.

New York Daily News | John Harper: It could make sense for the Yankees to target Marlon Byrd to play right field.

Baseball America | Ben Badler: Greg Bird and Tyler Austin make the BA Hot Sheet for the week.

Pinstripe Pundits | Chris Mitchell: David Huff has been solid, but can he keep it going or will he eventually revert back into mediocrity?

ESPN New York | Andrew Marchand: Derek Jeter had been giving Ichiro Suzuki a hard time for not hitting a home run this year, until Friday night.

New York Post | George A. King III: The Yankees plan to scout Cuban defector Rusney Castillo when he has a showcase in Miami.

LoHud | Chad Jennings: Brandon McCarthy knows he can't fill Masahiro Tanaka's shoes and isn't going to try to.

ESPN New York | Andrew Marchand: The Yankees are starting to piece something together in the second half, but can they keep it up?

The Outside Corner | Joe Lucia: Trading for David Cone might be the Yankees' best deadline trade, while moving Jose Contreras might have been their worst.

It's About the Money | William Tasker: It's a bit disconcerting that the Yankees seem to have no interest in signing David Robertson to an extension.

Sports On Earth | Marc Normandin: Joe Torre, Bobby Cox, and Tony La Russa all belong in the Hall of Fame for their contributions to the game.