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 TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -Potential moves before the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline will be a major topic Tuesday when high-ranking New York Yankees officials are scheduled to meet in Florida with owner George Steinbrenner.
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman, who attended Monday night's Class A Tampa Yankees home game at Legends Field, will be among the officials at the session, which was set up earlier this season. Team president Randy Levine and senior vice president of baseball operations Mark Newman are also expected to take part.
The Yankees have made one trade already, acquiring catcher Jose Molina from the Los Angeles Angels on Saturday night for minor league reliever Jeff Kennard.

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