The New York Yankees were discussing a trade that would send reliever Aroldis Chapman to the Chicago Cubs as part of a swap that would bring 19-year-old shortstop prospect Gleyber Torres to the Yankees, a person familiar with the discussions told The Associated Press. The person spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity because talks were ongoing and New York owner Hal Steinbrenner had not made any final decision.

Chapman has 20 saves in 21 chances and his fastball, at up to 105.1 mph, has entertained fans focusing on the scoreboard velocity of every pitch.

“It’s tough. I feel comfortable here. I feel like part of the family here,” he said through an interpreter, adding that the Yankees have been talking to his agent.

BLUE JAYS: Struggling relief pitcher Drew Storen was designated for assignment, and Toronto recalled right-hander Ryan Tepera from Triple-A Buffalo.

Toronto acquired Storen from Washington in January for outfielder Ben Revere, hoping the former closer would be a valuable option in late-inning situations.

Instead, Storen went 1-3 with a 6.21 ERA and three saves in 38 games for the Blue Jays. In his final appearance Saturday, he gave up a three-run home run to Nelson Cruz.

MARLINS: Left-hander Wei-Yin Chen went on the 15-day disabled list because of a sprained elbow, intensifying Miami’s need for rotation help.

Right-hander Jarred Cosart will be recalled from New Orleans to start Monday against the Philadelphia Phillies in place of Chen, who complained of elbow soreness after his most recent start.

A’s: Rich Hill threw 30 pitches while wearing a protective covering on the middle finger of his left hand. Hill, who left his last start after five pitches because of a blister, will continue to throw bullpen sessions for conditioning until the blister heals.

RANGERS: General Manager Jon Daniels said he anticipates left-handed pitcher Derek Holland and right-handed pitcher Colby Lewis will return to the rotation on Aug. 20 and 21, the dates they are eligible to come off the 60-day disabled list.

Rays: Desmond Jennings (strained left hamstring) ran the bases and took batting practice without a setback during a minor-league rehab appearance.

Right-hander Brad Boxberger threw 22 pitches in a rehab outing and is hopeful of rejoining the Rays in Los Angeles.

Nationals: The team said right-handed pitcher Aaron Barrett, who underwent Tommy John surgery in September, suffered a right elbow fracture Friday and will have surgery Monday.

BRAVES: Right-handed pitcher Julio Teheran threw from 90 feet and didn’t feel pain two days after leaving a game early because of tightness in his right lat.

Teheran remains hopeful he can make his next scheduled start.

“We still have to wait,” Teheran said. “I don’t feel any pain and that’s a good sign.”

Tigers: Manager Brad Ausmus said no decision has been made on whether left-handed pitcher Daniel Norris will rejoin the team Monday in Boston.

Norris allowed five runs on five hits in 42/3 innings during a rehab start in Triple-A on Saturday.