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Around the Empire: Yankees news - 9/25/15

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CNBC | Eric Chemi: Do the Yankees have an attendance problem? As attendance across the league has remained steady, the announced attendance figure at Yankees games has been dropping. Their television ratings continue to fall as well, even as their crosstown rivals' figures rise. | Ryan Hatch: The Yankees finally got some good news on the injury front when doctors cleared Masahiro Tanaka to throw a bullpen either Friday or Saturday. That means he could make his next scheduled start.

New York Post | Justin Terranova: ESPN's new Sunday Night Baseball analyst Jessica Mendoza credits the Yankees' relentless nature in being able to hang around in the race for the AL East. She thinks the key to the Yankees doing well in the postseason will be the offense of Jacoby Ellsbury and Brett Gardner.

USA Today: The Yankees had a touching tribute to the late Yogi Berra before their game against the White Sox, honoring the Hall of Fame catcher's career and life.