For the longest time, I was convinced that our pitcher's last name was spelled Torreabla, but I eventually learned how to spell it the right way. I did a little project on some of the Spanish-speaking Rockies for my Spanish class and he was one of them. I've really been dropping the ball (no pun intended) when it came to Rockies Player Spotlights. I haven't done a lot of big names like Helton or Holliday yet, but I might pretty soon. I'll be spotlighting Helton next, so if you want somebody to be spotlighted just leave me a comment and I'll see what I can do.I recently came across a sports blog about Torrealba had no arm and no bat. Now, I have to say I'm smiling silently, since Torrealba recently made a two run homer against the Atlanta Braves. So much for "no arm, no bat" Torrealba.Now, more about my fave catcher.Personal Life:Name: Yorvit Adolfo TorrealbaBirthplace: July 19, 1978College: N/AAge: 29Baseball Career:Throws: RightBats: RightPosition: CatcherNumber: 8MLB Debut: Sept. 5, 2001, San Francisco GiantsPast Teams: Giants, Seattle MarinersFielding Avg in 2007: .997Errors in 2007: 17 in 2587 chancesTorrealba also had 173 RBI's in 440 gamesDo you know how his parents came up with Yorvit? I didn't either, but it actually turns out that they couldn't decide between Victor (Pronounced Veek-tor) and Yorman. Cool, huh?Though he was a free agent last year, we were really lucky to resign him in November 2007. At least, I'm glad we did.