Yankees' Gleyber Torres makes another error after move to second base
BALTIMORE — Perhaps shortstop isn’t the problem for Gleyber Torres.
Torres’ struggles in the field continued Tuesday night at second base, when he fumbled a potential double-play ball in the bottom of the sixth inning of a 7-2 win over the Orioles.
He mishandled a routine grounder by Ramon Urias and still had a chance to get Austin Hays at second for the force, but his throw to Gio Urshela was inaccurate and Baltimore had runners on first and second and no one out.
Nevertheless, Michael King got Pedro Severino to hit a hard grounder to Torres, who got the force at second and turned the double play.
He was removed for defensive-replacement Tyler Wade in the bottom of the eighth, with Wade at short, Urshela at third and DJ …
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