Yankees top prospect Gleyber Torres is not in the lineup for Triple-A Scranton on Tuesday night due to back tightness.
According to a report from the Times Leader, Scranton manager Bobby Mitchell said Torres is day-to-day. The injury was not believed to be serious, with Torres exiting Monday’s game for precautionary reasons.
The 21-year-old Torres, who has been starting at third recently, left after five innings and two at-bats.
Gleyber Torres left Monday’s game after experiencing back stiffness.
He is eligible to be called up to the Yankees with the team gaining an extra year of control starting on Wednesday.
In 11 minor-league games, Torres is hitting .366 with a home run and 10 RBI.
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