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Around the Empire: Yankees News - 6/22/15

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Ivan Nova should rejoin the rotation soon; Carlos Beltran finally feels comfortable at the plate; Nick Rumbelow and Diego Moreno should be called up today; Yankees still keeping an eye on Mike Leake.

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New York Post | Dan Martin: Ivan Nova didn't have a good outing during his last rehab start in Scranton, but the Yankees say he'll rejoin the rotation soon, and that's it's possible that they could use six starters during this stretch of 20 games in 20 days.

NJ.com | Ryan Hatch: After hitting three home runs in three days, it appears that Carlos Beltran is finally on the right track. Beltran now has over 200 at-bats and attributed that to helping him feel more comfortable at the plate.

ESPN New York | Kieran Darcy: Lately there's been a revolving door leading to the bullpen. The Yankees plan on bringing up righties Nick Rumbelow and Diego Moreno today after Danny Burawa and Jose De Paula were sent back down to Triple-A after yesterday's game.

NJ.com | Brendan Kuty: The Yankees continue to scout Reds pitcher Mike Leake, not only sending someone to watch him pitch on June 13th, but also sending someone to watch his latest start on Friday night when he pitched seven scoreless innings against the Marlins.