The scouts were always watching. The experts always took notice. Different eyes shared the same perspective. Ronald Torreyes’ work ethic was sublime. His bat rarely missed the ball. He provided a reliable glove anywhere on the field. But everywhere he stood, he still stood 5-foot-7 or so, and so skinny that a strong wind might...
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