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Around the Empire: Yankees news - 3/1/16

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The Washington Post | Barry Svrluga: A look at how former Yankees first baseman Tony Clark made his way from the minor leagues to being the president of the MLBPA.

ESPN New York | Wallace Matthews: Nathan Eovaldi has been slowed down in the early goings of spring training camp by a sore groin and Chasen Shreve was hit by a line drive yesterday. | Brendan Kuty: Catcher Carlos Corporan talks about what it was like to catch Aroldis Chapman's bullpen session in spring training. He says he "can now die."

New York Post | Ken Davidoff: When it comes to Aroldis Chapman's pending suspension, the biggest decision of their offseason is out of the Yankees' hands and completely up to MLB.

Fangraphs | Jeff Sullivan: What do you think of Jeff Sullivan's projections for the 2016 American League, including his belief that the Yankees will go 82-80 on the year?