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Around the Empire: New York Yankees News - 10/1/2014

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Beltran's elbow, Cashman's contract, Derek Jeter's retirement tour continues

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CBS Sports | Mike Axisa: The Yankees' first signing of the offseason will be their GM, who is expected to stay.

NBC Sports | Craig Calcaterra: After trying to tough it out (and producing one of the least productive seasons of his otherwise illustrious career), Carlos Beltran finally went under the knife. He's expected to resume a fairly normal offseason workout in 12 weeks and to be fully ready for spring training.

NYPost | Joel Sherman: Given the Yankees' success spinning straw from gold in their starting rotation, they need to save their free agent dollars for offensive player. Sherman suggests passing on all the big name free agent pitchers this offseason.

NBC News | Chris Serico: With his stadium retirement tour finished, Derek Jeter's next stop is daytime TV.

NYTimes | John Brach: A look at just how dominant pitchers have become the last two seasons.