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Around the Empire: Yankees News - 4/25/15

Bernie retires; the Subway Series gains an edge; Young should play more; the details of A-Rod's milestone

Mike Stobe/Getty Images | Brendan Kuty: Back in 2008, Bernie Williams said that he may never officially retire, but in preparation for his number retirement this summer, Williams has officially signed his retirement papers.

New York Daily News | Anthony McCarron: With the Mets floundering in recent years, the Subway Series did not have the edge it once had, but that should change this year.

Rotographs | Marc Hulet: Yankees third base prospect Eric Jagielo can be included in a group of prospects who have seen their value rise in 2015. | Brendan Kuty: With Carlos Beltran a human corpse and Chris Young swinging a hot bat, Kuty ponders whether Girardi should consider giving the latter more playing time in place of the former.

New York Post | Ken Davidoff & Joel Sherman: When Alex Rodriguez eventually ties Willie Mays on the all-time home run list, the Yankees and the MLBPA will take sides in an argument over whether or not the milestone was marketable.