Like Frazier, this will be the first time fans get a look at Gleyber Torres, who’s red-hot off of an AFL MVP performance.
At 19 years old, Torres became the youngest MVP in the history of the Arizona Fall League after sporting a league-best .403 batting average — 50 points higher than the second-best average (Andrew Stevenson, .353).
Torres also led the league in on-base percentage (.513) and OPS (1.158) and the Venezuelan infielder is primed to put on a show in Tampa.
He already surpassed Frazier as the Yankees’ top prospect by Baseball America and while he’ll start 2017 in Double-A, he’s primed to make a quick rise to higher levels.
As for this spring, watching him face off against major league pitching and interact with some Yankees’ legends will be a show in itself.