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SportYankees considering protest over Torres timeout controversy

04:00  25 august  2019
04:00  25 august  2019 Source:   yardbarker.com

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And if he does, the Yankees will consider him for their big league third base job, especially if Headley continues to struggle. For now, the Yankees will give Torres time to adjust to Triple-A and prove he's worthy of a second half promotion. In a perfect world Headley would snap out of slump and force the

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The New York Yankees are considering a protest over the way the ninth inning of the their 2-1 loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers played out on Saturday.

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Gio Urshela hit into a fielder’s choice with one out and runners on first and second in the top of the ninth with his team down 2-1. The Dodgers tried to get Brett Gardner at second on a force play, but Gardner was called safe on a review. While the Dodgers were focusing on the play at second (Max Muncy had been taken down by Gardner’s slide), lead runner Gleyber Torres tried to make a break for home. He looked like he would score the tying run but the home plate umpire and Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen indicated time had been called.

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The Yankees never ended up filing an official protest with MLB over Tuesday's season-opening loss to Houston, but Joe Girardi indicated they will take the advice of umpiring crew chief Dana DeMuth and work on having their pitchers throw the ball into the baserunner if such situations arise again.

The next two Yankees batters struck out to strand the bases loaded and lose the game.

After dropping the contest 2-1, Yankees manager Aaron Boone said he was told Gleyber did not score because time was called. He said the team was considering a protest.

The teams have now split the first two games of the series. Sunday will be the rubber match of the three-game set.

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Yankees considering protest over Torres timeout controversy

Only 22, Gleyber Torres already playing starring role for Bronx Bombers.
Only 22, Gleyber Torres already playing starring role for Bronx Bombers

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