Miguel Andujar won't be the only one affected by the arrival of Brandon Drury to Yankees camp. It means change for top prospect Gleyber Torres, too. Drury: Yankees are 'special' While Andujar will be asked to continue to work on his defense and compete for the starting third base job, Torres' attention will shift mostly to second base, general manager Brian Cashman told reporters at George M. Steinbrenner Field on Wednesday. "That's the one great thing about all these things," Cashman said, sitting in the first-base dugout. "I think Gleyber, for me, will be competing mostly at second with whatever, Tyler Wade, Estrada -- you get back down to the competition -- Danny Espinosa, Jace Peterson. There's going to be a lot of competitions that play out during this camp. (Manager) Aaron Boone and (bench coach Josh) Bard and (infield instructor Carlos Mendoza) on the infield side, they're going to have a lot of look at, to evaluate over the course of the spring, which is relatively short, with the time frame. It's not like they're playing nine innings out of the gate ... despite the month-long process, the sample sizes aren't large.