Gleyber Torres Powers Yankees Past Blue Jays

Glauber Torres sent the ball fast, started jogging towards the first base and raised his right hand around the time when the young boy took the ball first on the short porch of the right pitch.

Torres followed with his launch, three promising homers with double singles, and led the Rising Yankees to a 5-3 win over the Toronto Blue Jays on Wednesday, their 15th win in 17 games.

“My swing is getting better and better,” Torres said. “I think self-confidence is back and that’s most important to me.”

The announced phenomenon, who is just 25 years old, Torres arrived with the Yankees in 2018 and became an all-star in his first two seasons, with 62 home mileage. But he dropped for the next two seasons, a total of just 12 long balls.

“I had a lot of opportunities to do something for my team and I missed it. “I fell,” Torres said.

The Yankees manager Aaron Boone has been on Torres’s bench for six of his first 25 games this season, including the opening day, when Torres’s equal self-sacrificing flight in the 10th helped the Yankees defeat Boston.

Torres played the finished single against Cleveland on April 23, opening the two-game win over Texas on Sunday and played in all of the series finals against the Blue Jays.

Torres has 16 RBIs in his last 15 games and four home rounds in his last 11. In total, he fights .222 with 18 RBIs and five Homers – four in the opposite field.

“I think it’s a bit mechanical. “I think it’s a little mature, I think it’s a bit of work and routine,” said Bunn, who referred to Torres this season for better fit of his thighs and lower body. “He had to fight for playing time here earlier this year and he responded as you hope.”

The Yankees completed a two-game series to win their seventh consecutive series and improved to a 22-8 lead in the major leagues, their best 30-game start since 2003. The Yankees are 13-0 when they take 5 miles or more.

“We have won in many different ways,” Bunn said. “Pitching is a few days, maybe Beisrunning game. We had a few games where we ran some mileage and we had a few explosions. We canceled and found ways late. “It created a lot of confidence in the room that we know we should not rely on one thing overnight.”

Yankees general manager Brian Cashman has said he will not publicly discuss whether any contract negotiations are under way with Aaron Judge. The outfielder has the right to participate in the arbitration, the hearing is available until June 24 and can become a free agent after the World Series. The judge rejected an eight-year contract from $ 230.5 million to $ 234.5 million, the difference in arbitration was determined for this year’s salary, and said he had no plans to negotiate until the end of the season.

Boxing points and summaries from the rest of Wednesday’s games.

CHICAGO – The Cleveland Guardian is dealing with the spread of the Coronavirus, which ousted manager Terry Francois and several coaches from the team, leading to the postponement of Wednesday’s game against the Chicago White Sox.

After learning of Francois’ positive test, the baseball major said there were “multiple positive COVID-19 tests” in Cleveland and canceled Wednesday’s series finale to allow for more testing and contact tracking.

This is the first delay related to the coronavirus since the season started on April 7th.

Team spokesman Bart Swain said Demarlo Hale, the defensive coach who was appointed to fill Francona’s place, also tested positive, while Cleveland has “several coaches and team support staff” infected with the virus.

At this point, it is unclear who will manage the defenders when they open the three-game series in Minnesota on Friday. It is likely that the team will bring in several minor league coaches and field coordinators for the series.

The guards are not there on Thursday. The team set its rotation for the Twins series, starting Friday with Aaron Sival, followed by Shane Bieber and Triston McKenzie. Tsivale was scheduled to start on Wednesday.

Francois, 63, who has been suffering from serious health problems for the past two seasons, tested positive for the virus a few hours before the scheduled first pitch. According to the team, he currently has no symptoms.

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