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Yankees’ Gleyber Torres is destroying AL East pitching

There is good news for the rest of the AL East: The season is only two months longer. There are only so many more times you’ll have to face Gleyber Torres. Now the bad news: Torres will be back next year. And the year after. And the year after. And the 22-year-old infielder is only going to get better. The beatings are only going to intensify. He continued his assault on division rivals Saturday, blasting two home runs and scoring the go-ahead run in the nightcap of the Yankees’ doubleheader sweep of the rival Red Sox, 9-2 and 6-4, in The Bronx. Of his 23 homers, 16 have come against AL East foes, and all five multi-homer games have as well — which is tied with Hunter Renfroe and Franmil Reyes for the most in baseball. His othe ...