Yankees news, 5/22/20: Gleyber Torres long term deal incoming? Yankee Stadium will be active soon

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Oct 7, 2019; Minneapolis, MN, USA; New York Yankees second baseman Gleyber Torres (25) looks on during the seventh inning of game three of the 2019 ALDS playoff baseball series against the Minnesota Twins at Target Field. Mandatory Credit: David Berding-USA TODAY Sports

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New York Post | George A. King III: While Aaron Judge is the primary name associated with long-term contracts, Gleyber Torres could be the player that earns one first. Ultimately, general manager Brian Cashman and owner Hal Steinbrenner are going to have to make a decision on Judge, Torres, and likely Gary Sanchez. Will they be able to keep all three? The probability is against that reality, but they simply can’t let Torres go considering his youth in quality after just two seasons.

That raises the question, which of the three are worth investing long-term in. Despite Torres being an All-Star, hitting 38 homers, and driving in 90 runs, some factors might suggest he doesn’t deserve a long-term deal. His defense is questionable, and his efficiency at shortstop specifically has yet to be justified. If he cannot increase his defensive success, the Yankees could look to deal the young slugger. However, I do believe he is a building block moving forward.

CNN | Mirna Alsharif: While the Yankees might not be playing at their stadium in the Bronx, the city is found a use for their parking lot, at the very least. The coronavirus pandemic has reincarnated the drive-in movie theater, and that is how Yankee Stadium will be repurposed in the coming weeks. The events hosted at the stadium well range from karaoke nights to movie screenings. It will cover all genres and appeal to the melting pot that is New York City.

Empire Sports Media | William Parlee: Do you like history? Well, this article sums up the best Yankee seasons in their history, and what a collection it turned out to be. Here’s an in-depth look at seasons of the past and what players left there mark during history. Hopefully, these spark your memory and give you a flash into the past of what being a Yankee fan is all about.