How the Yankees' infield defense could change in 2020

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How the Yankees' infield defense could change in 2020
How the Yankees' infield defense could change in 2020

The Yankees' infield defense in 2019 was one of the team's unexpected strong suits. Gleyber Torres continued to take steps forward, Gio Urshela announced his presence, and DJ LeMahieu became the super-utility man that the Yankees' infield desperately needed for years. That's without even mentioning the contributions of Didi Gregorius, the team's sure-handed shortstop, who contributed when healthy. However, the team's infield defense was almost a little bit better without Gregorius. Although Gregorius plays a better shortstop than Torres does at this point in his career, the ripple effects that come with keeping him around actually make the team's overall infield defense less optimal. During the

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