The following day, another alarming health problem for the Yankees. Second baseman Gleyber Torres left the team’s game against Toronto on Friday after falling on the outfield grass and potentially putting up with an injury to his right knee (video via MLB.com). Torres initially remained in the aftermath of the fourth-inning fall in the game, but he was removed by the Yankees after the sixth. Injuries to celebrities has been one of the principal topics of this Yankees ’ season, but they ’ ve weathered them all en route to an American League East championship along with 100 wins. The Yankees certainly will clearly aim for a World Series title once the playoffs arrive, and are playing for homefield advantage though. With that in mind, New York can afford to reduce one of the greatest infielders in baseball at the 22-year-old Torres. [UPDATE: Torres “felt only just a little feeble in his lower legs,” director Aaron Boone told Bryan Hoch of MLB.com as well as other colleagues. He’ll get examined Saturday.]