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Around the Empire: Yankees News - 3/10/15

Michael Pineda and Luis Severino are impressive in the early going, Reggie Jackson is auctioning off a fairly sizable piece of the old stadium, and more.

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LoHud | Chad Jennings: It was only a couple of innings in early March, but Michael Pineda's start on Monday inspired a lot of positive vibes from his fellow Yankees. Joe Girardi, Brian McCann, and Alex Rodriguez all expressed satisfaction with how Pineda looked out of the gate, as well as excitement over what this season has in store for the 26-year-old starter. | Brendan Kuty: If there's a chance of Luis Severino working his way up to the big-league level at some point this season, he's certainly taken the right first step by turning heads early in spring.

New York Post | Kevin Kernan: We all know the Yanks are going to need a lot of breaks to go their way if they want to reach the promised land this season. Kevin Kernan lays out the most important keys to the Yanks' success in 2015.

Fangraphs | Sean Dolinar: If Derek Jeter is indeed the last Yankee captain, here's a timeline of every Yankee captain ever.