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Around the Empire: Yankees news - 7/18/15

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Cashman discusses the trade deadline; Bryan Mitchell could help the rotation; might Luis Severino be called up this season?

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ESPN New York | Andrew Marchand: The Yankees roster is jam-packed and the team isn't sure if Rob Refsnyder will stay up, but Joe Girardi has said that it's not just a two-week trial. Then he went on to defend Stephen Drew, saying he's helped the team to first place.

It's About The Money | Brad Vietrogoski: As the trade deadline approaches, the Yankees primarily need help in the rotation. Should they send Bryan Mitchell back to Triple-A to get in some starts so that they can slip him into the rotation?

NY Daily News | John Harper: Instead of making a trade for a starter, might the Yankees call up Luis Severino at any point this season?

New York Post | George A. King III: GM Brian Cashman has been relatively quiet lately, but finally spoke about the trade deadline, saying he's comfortable with taking an aggressive approach or passing on what other teams have to offer, which failed to shed any light on what the team plans to do.