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Around the Empire: Yankees News - 7/2/15

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New York Post | Kevin Kernan: The Yankees rotation has the potential to be a major strength, but all their inconsistency–including their up and down performances and all the shuffling in and out of the staff–has turned it into a liability.

New York Daily News | Andy Martino: Adam Warren has been one of the best pitchers on the Yankees this season.  Why not put CC Sabathia or Nathan Eovaldi in the pen instead of Warren?

ESPN New York | Andrew Marchand and Wallace Matthews: After spending half a billion dollars before the 2014 season on Masahiro Tanaka, Jacoby Ellsbury, Brian McCann, and Carlos Beltran, have the Yankees' major investments paid off?

NJ.com | Brendan Kuty: The Yankees chose to call up Taylor Dugas to fill in for the injured Carlos Beltran, choosing him over top prospect Aaron Judge.  While some of that may be because Judge isn't ready, it's also to avoid starting his service clock much earlier than the team probably wants.

SB Nation | Grant Brisbee: Twenty five years ago, Yankees pitcher Andy Hawkins threw a no-hitter.  What makes it extra special?  He lost.  4-0.  Check out this amazing piece about one of the strangest games in Yankee history.