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Around the Empire: Yankees news - 10/4/15

A-Rod thinks Yankees are bound for some luck, a final goodbye for Yogi today, and more.

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NJ.com | Brendan Kuty: Alex Rodriguez appears to be someone who believes in the Law of Averages. Of the recent cold streak, Rodriguez said that he thinks OK that the team isn't getting any luck, because it's bound to turn around.

MLB.com | Marty Noble: It's been almost two weeks since Yankees legend Yogi Berra passed away. Today, Yankees fans will get to say their final goodbyes to Yogi and celebrate his amazing life.

ESPN New York | Wallace Matthews: Joe Girardi has had to play some of his best lineups as of late, even after clinching. But, Girardi says that he likes the fact that the Yankees are playing important baseball this late into the season.

NJ.com | Ryan Hatch: As much as fans want the Yankees to grab home field advantage in the one-game Wild Card playoff, manager Girardi has stressed that health takes priority with him.

MLB.com | Barry M. Bloom: As Yankee fans await the return of fireballer Nathan Eovaldi, a bullpen session was next up for Eovaldi in his return to action, and he says it went well.