Nov 8, 2016; Scottsdale, AZ, USA; Scottsdale Scorpions infielder Gleyber Torres of the New York Yankees against the Glendale Desert Dogs during an Arizona Fall League game at Scottsdale Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

5. Gleyber Torres is actually not that good

With all the young players rising through the ranks of the farm system, Gleyber Torres is one who stands out among the rest. Ranked one of the top prospects in the sport and also a recipient of the coveted Arizona Fall League MVP award, Levine probably still believes he is overrated.

We’ve gotten a look at him both at the dish and in the field and have seen nothing but great things so far this spring training. However, in Levine’s mind, he most likely believes Torres is just not that great.

He’s been recognized by Baseball America and the AFL, which ultimately means nothing. If he really wants to impress the Yankees, he has to hit over 10 home runs in a short season.

Oh wait, he did? Levine meant to say 15. He needs to hit 15 or more home runs.

Dellin Betances was the first one he attacked so we can only imagine what he thinks about everyone else. In Randy Levine’s fantasy world, everything is opposite.

In reality, it’s all just alternate facts in the mind of Randy Levine.