Estevan Florial is healthy, and he's already making a huge impact with his bat.
The 21-year-old center fielder, ranked by MLB Pipeline as the Yankees' top prospect, made his season debut Monday night for High-A Tampa and went 2-for-4 with a three-run homer as the leadoff hitter.
Florial was out for more than two months after suffering a non-displaced right wrist fracture during Spring Training. He was injured when he crashed into the outfield wall during an exhibition game.
The touted prospect was having a strong Spring Training before his injury. He slashed .355/.429/.516 with a homer, two doubles, four RBI, seven runs and five stolen bases in 13 games.
Last season, Florial played in just 75 games with High-A Tampa, his season limited due to a hamate bone injury.