Yankees remove Gleyber Torres from game with apparent injury

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Gleyber Torres exited a game early for the second time in three days, and the Yankees sent the infielder back to NY for a medical exam, manager Aaron Boone said late Tuesday night.

New York Yankees second baseman Gleyber Torres was removed from Tuesday night's game against the Baltimore Orioles with what the team referred to as "core pain". He was back in the lineup Monday, albeit as a DH, saying he was relieved doctors had ruled out a sports hernia based only on an ultrasound on the area between his right hip and ribs. Torres visited a hospital for a core challenge on Sunday however performed Monday because the designated hitter. "So we'll just continue to explore and try and try to get to the bottom of it as best we can, and hopefully have more information for you guys tomorrow". He started at second base Tuesday and was 0-for-2 prior to exiting.

"When I DHed him, we thought he was through it and good to go", Boone said.

As for Voit, it's still unknown whether he'll undergo surgery, though an answer could come in the next week, Boone suggested Tuesday (via Kristie Ackert of the New York Daily News).

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"We'll see where we are each day", Boone said.

The Yankees have hit 38 home runs at Oriole Park this season, extending their Major League record for most home runs hit at a visiting park.

Hit six solo home runs by six different players; their second-straight game with at least five home runs... He is hitting.281 with 23 homers and 62 RBIs in 105 games this year after batting.271 with 24 homers and 77 RBIs in 123 games as a rookie.

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