Gleyber Torres is the clean-up role for the Yankees on Monday against the Baltimore Orioles, one day after being hospitalized with a core issue.
Torres was sent to New York-Presbyterian Hospital after leaving the Yankees' 7-4 win over the Boston Red Sox in the eighth inning on Sunday. Torres' father gave an indication later that evening that everything checked out OK, as he took to Twitter to give the positive update.
Having the tweet translated, it read: "After the scare tonight, GT is leaving the hospital and everything is fine, the bus waits for him and they go straight to Baltimore."
It's unclear when exactly Torres was injured in the contest, but Torres appeared to be in pain in the fifth inning when running out a ground ball.
Torres will be the Yanks' designated hitter batting fourth for the team's American East showdown against the O's, which is slated for a 7:05 p.m. first pitch from Camden Yards.
"It's been a crazy year in that way, with the amount of things that have happened to guys physically," Yankees manager Aaron Boone said following Sunday's game.