Gleyber Torres will be a “full go” when Grapefruit League games begin next week, according to Yankees manager Aaron Boone, who plans to utilize the 21-year-old at second base, third base and shortstop while the Yankees evaluate his chances of making the Opening Day roster.
When the Yankees were preparing to set their 2017 Opening Day roster, several members of the coaching staff spoke in favor of promoting Gleyber Torres to the big leagues, even though the infielder had yet to play above Class-A ball.
Padres reliever Jose Torres has been placed on Major League Baseball’s restricted list and will not be in camp Wednesday when pitchers and catchers are slated to report to Spring Training. The club offered no further details, other than to say the situation is not baseball-related.
Top prospect Gleyber Torres is among the earliest-arriving players at Yankees camp, working out on Monday morning at the George M. Steinbrenner Field complex in Tampa, Fla.
The Yankees’ reloaded farm system has become the envy of many, now boasting six of the Top 100 Prospects in Major League Baseball — including infielder Gleyber Torres, who is rated No. 5 overall — as announced on Saturday evening by MLB Pipeline.
In a matter of weeks, Gleyber Torres will report to the Yankees’ Spring Training facility with a legitimate chance of being named the Opening Day second or third baseman. As far as MLB Pipeline is concerned, there is no better prospect at shortstop.
The New York Yankees are going to give their top prospect, Gleyber Torres, the opportunity of a lifetime. Yankees general manager Brian Cashman told Max Wildstein of the Sporting News that Torres, the No. 2 prospect in baseball, will have a shot at a starting job during spring training. The 21-year-old infielder could slot into […]
The Yankees added six players to their 40-man roster in advance of Monday’s 8 p.m. ET deadline to protect players from being selected in next month’s Rule 5 Draft. It completes a busy day of roster moves for the club that also included a pair of Minor League trades earlier in the day to clear […]
The footsteps are growing louder. Gleyber Torres is among several Yankees prospects who could comprise the next wave of “Baby Bombers” at the big league level, as general manager Brian Cashman said that the No. 1 overall prospect according to MLBPipeline.com will have a legitimate chance to crack the Opening Day roster in 2018.
The Brewers outrighted reliever Carlos Torres and outfielder Quintin Berry to Triple-A Colorado Springs on Wednesday, freeing two 40-man roster spots and likely ending Torres’ two-year tenure in the club’s bullpen.
The Royals took advantage of the expanded September rosters by adding two more players for added depth on Tuesday, recalling outfielder Jorge Soler and shortstop Ramon Torres from Triple-A Omaha.