Sport Aaron Boone and Brian Cashman Address When Gleyber Torres Will Join Big Leagues

01:36  05 january  2018
01:36  05 january  2018 Source:   12up.com

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With ​Starlin Castro being shipped to Miami and ​Chase Headley heading back to San Diego, speculation has been circulating whether or not the Yankees would promote their top prospect Gleyber Torres to fill in either roll.

The wait is finally over.


Yankees general manager Brian Cashman revealed in an interview with MLB.com that Torres probably has a chance to crack the Opening Day roster.

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Gleyber David Torres Castro (born December 13, 1996) is a Venezuelan professional baseball second baseman and shortstop for the New York Yankees of Major League Baseball (MLB).

Yankees GM Brian Cashman joins TMKS to discuss the red-hot stretch by his club & how the team ended up acquiring dynamic infielder Gleyber Torres .

Even more surprising was Cashman revealing that he considered calling up Torres from Single-A last season. Several members of the Yankees coaching staff were in favor of the move, and Cashman himself had to resist himself from the massive jump through the minor leagues.

Despite not making the jump from A ball, Torres was also under consideration for a promotion right before he injured his elbow in Triple-A, which required Tommy John surgery to correct.

Position players recover from TJS at a much faster pace than pitchers, so Torres will be A-OK and ready to go come Opening Day if he plays his cards right.

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