Yankees' coach and manager believe in Oswald Peraza after being sent to Triple-A

"I know he's going to go down there and dominate," Cashman said

by Sead Dedovic
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Yankees' coach and manager believe in Oswald Peraza after being sent to Triple-A

Despite the fact that Oswald Peraza has been sent to Triple A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre to start the season, manager Aaron Boone believes Peraza has a promising future and is expecting a lot from him. There is no doubt that things can change rapidly in a short period of time, according to Boone.

As for now, all that is left for him to do is to prove himself. "We still think he's going to have a long big league career as a shortstop," manager Aaron Boone said, as quoted by mlb.com "Our message is to go handle your business down there.

Go work and get better each and every day. The situation can change quickly."

Brian Cashman: He just needs to wait for an opportunity

There is no reason to believe that this is a bad situation for Peraza, according to general manager Brian Cashman.

With enough time and space, he will be able to improve, as well as show that he is a really top-notch player. "I know he's going to go down there and dominate," Cashman said. "He just needs to wait for an opportunity to open up or force his way back up.

He has a great deal of ability we still believe in. There was only one spot available. … We let the best man win, and Anthony Volpe took it." Peraza was able to learn a lot through the camp and to improve in a lot of areas as well.

According to him, he expects to continue on the same path as well. "I felt really good in camp. … Defensively, I felt like [I was in] the right place at the right time when making plays," Peraza said. "The key is continuous work.

I feel like I've made some adjustments or worked with our coaches here, and I find myself in a good spot as well."

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