X-rays on the the No. 2 overall prospect in baseball were negative. He will undergo further evaluation on Monday, per the Yankees’ PR Twitter account.
Torres, 20, got off to a fast start this season and hit .273 in 32 games with Double-A Trenton before he was promoted to Triple-A on May 22, where he has continued to excel.
Torres is hitting .309 through 23 games with the RailRiders, including a 3-for-4 effort on Friday. He also has hits in nine of his past 10 games. The Yanks acquired Torres from the Cubs in the Aroldis Chapman trade last season.