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Around the Empire: Yankees news - 1/29/16

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New York Daily News | Anthony McCarron: The Yankees have never gone an offseason without signing a big league free agent, but they are well on their way to doing just that this year. Instead, the team has chosen to pursue trades instead.

New York Post | David Li: The Yankees, along with NFL teams, have been accused of setting a price floor for ticket resales, making it unfair for both sellers and buyers looking for tickets.

Purple Row | Bobby DeMuro: Jose Reyes could have been sent to New York last summer, before his domestic violence incident, but talks never went anywhere. Not getting a deal done could look pretty bad for Colorado going forward. | Ryan Hatch: Derek Jeter could make an appearance at Yankee spring training this year for the first time since his retirement to appear as a guest instructor.

New York Daily News | Nicholas Parco: Speaking of Jeets, his fiancee, Hannah Davis, has denied that the infamous gift basket rumor about her future husband is true. I still want to believe.