Gleyber Torres put the Yankees on the board first in Game 1 of the ALCS against the Houston Astros.
In a tight-knit game that has both Masahiro Tanaka and Zack Greinke dealing early, Torres hit an RBI double with one out in the top of the fourth inning to bring DJ LeMahieu in for the first run of the game.
Back at the plate in the sixth inning, Torres took the first pitch he saw from Greinke deep to left field for his second home run of the postseason, and put the Yankees up 2-0.
Then, just a couple of batters later, Giancarlo Stanton worked a great at-bat against Greinke. With the count full, Stanton slammed a fastball over the wall in right-center. His first home run of the postseason extended the Yankees' lead to 3-0, with Tanaka still dealing on the mound.
Torres' huge night at the plate continued in the seventh. With the bases loaded and two outs, the 22-year-old flared a single into shallow center, scoring two more runs, giving him four RBI on the evening. The stage has never been too large for the Yankees young phenom.
With the Yankees already sitting comfortably with a 5-0 lead at the top of the ninth inning, Gio Urshela hit the third home run of the night for New York, taking Bryan Abreu's first pitch out to right field.