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Around the Empire: Yankees News - 3/21/15

Stephen Drew is putting in the work to make sure his 2015 isn't as nightmarish as his 2014; the fifth starter job may not necessarily go to the best man; and more.

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports | Brendan Kuty: Between having Rob Refsnyder and Jose Pirela on his tail and coming off a horrible 2014, Stephen Drew knows he has to put in work to keep his job, and he tells what he's doing to ensure he finds better success this year.

NY Post | George A. King III: Adam Warren may be the best man for the fifth starter job, but that doesn't mean he'll get it. It stands to reason that Joe Girardi may keep Warren in the bullpen simply because he already knows he can handle that job.

LoHud Yankees Blog | Chad Jennings: Alex Rodriguez is taking a different, more humble approach to his media interactions by acknowledging his shortcomings as a player nearing the end of his career. Of course, this approach helps when you've been playing better than most expected you would, like A-Rod has been. | Brendan Kuty: Should CC Sabathia be able to continue his streak of six consecutive seasons as the Yanks' Opening Day starter because of his past success and his role as clubhouse leader? Joe Girardi doesn't have an answer yet, other than that he feels it should't matter.