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Around the Empire: Yankees news - 11/22/15

Why a quickly closing reliever market is great for the team, Warren wants to be a starter, and Clemens chooses his potential HOF hat.

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New York Post | George A. King III: With Craig Kimbrel and Francisco Rodriguez finding new homes, the market for big name relievers is quickly closing, and the Yankees should be loving that. | Ryan Hatch: After a successful season both as a starter and reliever, Adam Warren said that he would rather be a starter for the team in 2016.

CBS Sports | Matt Snyder: 71 years ago yesterday, the Yankees signed a 19-year-old prospect from San Francisco. Maybe you've heard of him. | Brendan Kuty: After spending his career with four different teams, Roger Clemens announced which team's cap he would don if he makes the Hall of Fame.

New York Post | Joel Sherman: With pitching appearing to be on the top of everyone's Yankees' priority list, Joel Sherman takes a look at 10 guys who may fit the bill.