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Yankees, ‘working overtime,’ don’t seem done making moves

Yankees, ‘working overtime,’ don’t seem done making moves

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TAMPA – Mid-afternoon on Thursday, after many Yankees players had left for the day, Gleyber Torres walked into the coaches’ room in street clothes and with his bag packed.

It looked enough like a player leaving after he had been traded that I texted a source just to make sure.

Torres was still a Yankee, the source said. For now at least, I thought. The fact that a deal seemed plausible told a larger story about the feeling in the Yankees clubhouse right now.

Talking to players over the first five days of spring training has left me with the strong impression that they expect more change in the coming days, both on the roster and with the culture. Virtually no one feels certain that he will not be traded. People are on their toes, and don’t seem to mind it.

That alone is a victory for the front office, which wanted to shake up a vibe that had become — my words, not theirs — stale and a bit complacent. There are prominent…

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