With no depth in their outfields, Yankees turn to this Dominican rookie

New York Yankees reported this Saturday, August 21 that has decided to call Estevan Florial from Minor Leagues (MiLB) to cover the deficiencies they have in their outfield on MLB. The Bronx team made this move on their roster before the start of the game against the Minnesota Twins in which they saw action off the bench.

Estevan Florial has returned to play in the MLB with the New York Yankees after the latter decided to put him on the ‘big’ team for today’s game against the Minnesota Twins’ ninth.

The Dominican entered as a pinch runner to replace Giancarlo Stanton and later stayed covering center field, this being one of the main reasons why he was called up from Las Menores.

Estevan Florial has only been able to play nine major league games in the 2021 season. In that time he has achieved a .300 batting average, with six hits, one home run and two RBIs.

The New York Yankees have had an obvious improvement on the field of play that puts him back as one of the favorites for the World Series, an instance that if he wants to get there, he has to correct small departments such as the outfield.

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