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Around the Empire: Yankees news - 3/20/16

Tests on Ellsbury's wrist came back negative, A-Rod discusses the upcoming season and more.

Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports | Brendan Kuty: Jacoby Ellsbury was plunked in the wrist during yesterday's game. Fortunately, it does not appear that he broke anything as the X-Ray came back negative. He is expected to miss some time, though the Yankees haven't said how much.

New York Post | Kevin Kernan: Describing the Yankees as "hungry," Alex Rodriguez said that this team has something to prove after last year's finish. He thinks that the trades for Didi Gregorius, Nathan Eovaldi and Starlin Castro have been huge, and also has high hopes for Luis Severino and Ivan Nova.

LoHud Yankees Blog | Chad Jennings: The Yankees made another round of spring training cuts yesterday. Here's a closer look at what the cuts mean for those players and for the ones looking to win the last spot on the roster.

Newsday | David Lennon: Brian Cashman discussed Adam LaRoche's retirement and described the situation with LaRoche's son as something that was difficult to understand. Chase Headley and Andrew Miller weighed in with their thoughts as well.