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Around the Empire: Yankees News - 6/3/15

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Yankees have struggled to fill Cano's spot since he left, but he's not off to a good start this season; Looking ahead to the trade deadline and who could be flipped; Capuano to the bullpen; Drew could set some records for being terrible

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The Wall Street Journal | Daniel Barbarisi: The Yankees have had nothing but problems trying to fill in the second base spot that opened up when Robinson Cano signed a massive contract with Seattle, but Cano hasn't exactly been putting up career-high numbers since leaving the team, either.

NJ.com | Ryan Hatch: Looking ahead to the trade deadline, which is less than two months away. Several Yankees have no-trade clauses in their contracts, but a ton of members on the 40-man roster could be flipped.

NY Daily News | Mark Feinsand: With Masahiro Tanaka set to return from the disabled list today, Chris Capuano has been moved to the bullpen. Adam Warren will stay in the rotation for the time being.

NJ.com | Ryan Hatch: After an incredibly slow start to the season, if he doesn't improve, Stephen Drew is in danger of setting some less than ideal records.