He’s hitting .290 in his last seven games with two home runs and nine RBI.
He had a big hit last night against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park, driving in a run on an RBI single and then making it all the way around the basepaths after the Red Sox committed a costly error.
Yankees manager Aaron Boone says that Torres is feeling pretty good about where things stand right now, and he explained why to insider Marly Rivera.
“Sometimes Gleyber thinks he’s invincible out there, and sometimes it works.” -Aaron Boone #Yankees
— Marly Rivera (@MarlyRiveraESPN) September 15, 2022
The attitude that Torres has brought with him to the field is contagious.
It’s a good attitude to have, especially when you’re producing, and the team is playing good baseball.
When a player is feeling good about things, it’s hard to take him out of his groove.
Clearly, Torres is in good spirits right now, and that could be part of what has given the Yankees some new life.
Clearly, Boone feels good about where Torres is at right now.
Torres led the way with his little-league home run last night that put the Yankees ahead, 3-0.
The Yankees won the game by a final of 5-3 and swept the Red Sox in their brief two-game series.
The Yankees are going to need Torres to stay hot as they look to continue their run and put some distance between themselves and the rest of their American League East division rivals.
They’ll open up a crucial series on Friday night against the Milwaukee Brewers at American Family Field.