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Around the Empire: Yankees news - 8/15/15

Yankees' will have a ceremony to honor A-Rod's 3000th hit; Cashman says no Refsnyder til September

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ESPN New York | Wallace Matthews: There was a lot of drama surrounding Alex Rodriguez's 3000th hit, and his relationship with the Yankees, but that all seems in the past now. The team will honor his accomplishment in a special pre-game ceremony on September 13th.

CBS Sports | Jon Heyman: Jose Reyes has cleared waivers, which means he is eligible to be traded anywhere between now and the end of August, and the Yankees have reportedly had some contact with the Rockies about him. | Brendan Kuty: GM Brian Cashman has said not to expect to see Rob Refsnyder until September call-ups and that Stephen Drew is the best option the team has.

The Wall Street Journal | Daniel Barbarisi: He may not be the best hitter on the team, but at least Brendan Ryan has a huge personality.