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Around the Empire: Yankees News - 2/25/14

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports | Brendan Kuty: Alex Rodriguez admitted on Tuesday that only time will tell whether or not he will be okay without the assistance of performance-enhancing drugs. He said it may take three or four weeks before he knows whether or not he can still play in the majors.

New York Daily News | Mark Feinsand: Former Red Sox closer Andrew Bailey is about a week behind the other pitchers after recovering from shoulder surgery two years ago, but he hopes that he will prove to be healthy enough to make the team. He's really the only reliever on the Yankees with any kind of closing experience, if that sort of thing matters.

LoHud | Chad Jennings: Chase Headley and Alex Rodriguez worked out together for the first time yesterday. Headley isn't worried about his job security, though. He says if he thought he was signing on to play first base or outfield he wouldn't have returned to the Yankees.

New York Post | Kevin Kernan: Apparently Ichiro Suzuki wasn't pleased with the way that Joe Girardi used him. Okay then.