Courtesy of Brad Penner, USA Today
Torreyes is a 26-year-old boy from Venezuela who spent the last three seasons with the New York Yankees. The utility infielder is tiny, but he has a good glove around the infield.
Torreyes spent in 2015 eight games at the Dodgers.
In late November, the Yankees DFAd Ronald Torreyes and two days later traded him against the Cubs for cash or a PTBNL. You have DFAd two days later.
Ken Rosenthal reports that the twins are working on a seven-million-dollar one-year deal with Jonathan Schoop, and Torreyes is likely to compete with Ehire Adrianza for field time.
In 229 career games Torreyes scored .281 with 30 doubles, six tricks and four home runs.
Fast update by Dan Hayes. The fact that it is a split contract and has a remaining side option makes it much more useful.
And here is a great nickname …