Ex-Yankees outfielder Rusty Torres found guilty in sex abuse case

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Today, the defense questioned the alleged victim about the incident in the van behind the school. (Credit: News 12)

A jury has found a former Yankees outfielder guilty of five counts of sexual abuse in the first degree.

Rosendo "Rusty" Torres, of North Massapequa, was also found not guilty of two counts of sexual abuse and one count of sexual conduct against a child.

Torres, 65, was accused of molesting two young girls while coaching for the Hebrew Academy of Nassau County in Plainview between 2008...

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