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2024 Batting

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Regular Season .234 2 8 .691 1

Top Abraham Toro-Hernandez News

  • Athletics' Abraham Toro: First triple since '22

    Toro went 1-for-4 with a triple in a loss to the Guardians on Saturday.

    The three-bagger not only extended Toro's modest hitting streak to three games, it also served as his first such hit since June 2, 2022 while with the Mariners. Toro has now started 12 consecutive games at either third base or designated hitter, and while his .254/.323/.424 slash line is solid but not remarkable, it passes for one of the better ones on a struggling Oakland offense.

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  • Athletics' Abraham Toro: Bright spot in low-scoring loss

    Toro went 3-for-4 with an RBI double and a stolen base in a loss to the Nationals on Saturday.

    Toro made some noise out of the top of the order, recording his first two-bagger and stolen base of the season in the process. It was the second three-hit effort in the last four games for Toro, who's now drawn six consecutive starts during which he's mustered a .360 average and .385 on-base percentage across 26 plate appearances.

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  • Athletics' Abraham Toro: Makes noise out of leadoff spot

    Toro went 2-for-4 with an RBI infield single and two runs in a loss to the Tigers on Sunday.

    Toro led off for the first time this season and did a solid job out of the top of the order, setting the table twice and posting his first multi-hit effort of the season. Toro now as an RBI in back-to-back appearances as well, and he should continue to see intermittent playing time at third base and designated hitter.

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  • Athletics' Abraham Toro: Won't start Saturday

    Toro is not in the Athletics' starting lineup Saturday against the Tigers.

    Toro got his first hit of the season Friday with a two-run home run. He'll be in the dugout to start Saturday's contest, with Brent Rooker drawing the start at DH and batting in the cleanup spot against Tigers right-hander Kenta Maeda.

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  • Athletics' Abraham Toro: Out of Saturday's lineup

    Toro is not in the Athletics' lineup for Saturday's game against the Guardians.

    Toro made his season debut Friday as the designated hitter. He was fifth in the batting order and finished the game 0-for-4. Brent Rooker, who started in the season opener Thursday, will return to the lineup Saturday at DH and will bat in the cleanup spot.

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  • Athletics' Abraham Toro: Davis arrival could have impact

    Toro, who's been impressing in his bid for an Opening Day roster spot in Cactus League play, could be impacted by Friday's signing of J.D. Davis, Manny Randhawa and Martin Gallegos of MLB.com report.

    Toro has posted a .367 batting average and .924 OPS across 35 plate appearances. The 27-year-old last saw extended regular-season playing time in 2022 for Seattle and produced a .185 average and .563 OPS alongside 24 extra-base hits and 35 RBI across 109 games. Toro could still hang on to an Opening Day spot thanks to his ability to also play first base and second base in addition to third, but Davis is projected to log the majority of starts at the hot corner to open the season.

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  • Athletics' Abraham Toro: Continues to impress in spring

    Toro went 1-for-3 in Wednesday's 12-5 win over the Angels.

    The 27-year-old journeyman appears to be finding his comfort zone at the plate as of late. Toro is hitting .350 over 20 at-bats with a .700 OPS so far this spring. With Zach Gelof continuing to impress as a young prospect at second, Toro figures to be in contention for the starting third base job but could also earn a roster spot as a utility option.

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  • Athletics' Abraham Toro: Inks one-year pact

    Toro signed a one-year contract with the Athletics on Friday.

    Toro was traded from Milwaukee to Oakland on Wednesday, and he's now in a position to compete for a starting infield job after spending most of last season with Triple-A Nashville, where he slashed .291/.374/.471 over 96 contests.

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  • Athletics' Abraham Toro: Dealt to A's

    The Brewers traded Toro to Oakland on Wednesday in exchange for Chad Patrick, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.

    Toro slashed .291/.374/.471 across 414 plate appearances at Triple-A Nashville last season, and he made the most of his limited opportunities in the majors by going 8-for-18 with two homers and nine RBI. Toro's switch-hitting bat and ability to cover every base could go a long way when competing for a spot on the Athletics' Opening Day roster.

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  • Brewers' Abraham Toro: Optioned to Nashville

    The Brewers optioned Toro to Triple-A Nashville on Saturday, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.

    Despite putting up strong numbers in the majors and minor leagues this season, Toro received just one plate appearance -- which resulted in a walk -- during his latest stint with the Brewers. The return of Rowdy Tellez (finger) from the IL will force Toro back to Nashville, though Toro could return as a depth piece once rosters expand in September.

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  • Brewers' Abraham Toro: Recalled to Milwaukee

    The Brewers recalled Toro from Triple-A Nashville on Friday.

    With Blake Perkins (oblique) landing on the injured list Friday, Toro will come up from the minors to provide Milwaukee with a bench bat. He went 4-for-10 with a homer and four RBI during his last stint with the Brewers, but Toro likely won't see consistent playing time.

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  • Brewers' Abraham Toro: Returns to Triple-A

    Toro was optioned to Triple-A Nashville on Thursday, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.

    The 26-year-old was recalled from Nashville last week and appeared in three games while up with the big club, going 4-for-10 with a home run, a walk, four RBI and three runs. Toro could return to the majors later in the season when the Brewers need infield depth.

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  • Brewers' Abraham Toro: Remains on bench Wednesday

    Toro is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Nationals.

    Toro closed the past week by making three starts in four games, but he failed to crack the lineup at any point during the three-game set in Washington. The Brewers' recent acquisition of Mark Canha appears to have closed the door on Toro gaining meaningful playing time.

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  • Brewers' Abraham Toro: Gaining playing time

    Toro will serve as the Brewers' designated hitter and No. 7 batter in Sunday's game against Atlanta.

    Toro has gone 4-for-7 with a home run and four RBI in his two games since being called up from Triple-A Nashville on Wednesday, and he could end up getting a look in a near-everyday role so long as he continues to wield a hot bat. Even after acquiring Carlos Santana from the Pirates on Thursday, the Brewers still have an opening in the regular lineup, so expect manager Craig Counsell to continue to take a hot-hand approach to that spot.

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  • Brewers' Abraham Toro: Pops second homer

    Toro went 3-for-4 with a home run, his second of the season, and four RBI in Friday's 10-7 loss to Atlanta.

    His three-run shot off Ben Heller in the eighth inning made the final score somewhat respectable, but it was Milwaukee's only homer on the night against three long balls by Atlanta hitters. Toro has hit the ground running after his latest promotion Wednesday, going 4-for-7 in two starts, but the addition of Carlos Santana on Thursday puts one more obstacle between the 26-year-old and a consistent role in the lineup once the Brewers' roster gets healthy again.

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  • Brewers' Abraham Toro: Called up Wednesday

    Toro was recalled from Triple-A Nashville on Wednesday.

    Toro will return to the big leagues after being sent down June 14, having produced a .337 average with 19 extra-base hits, including five homers, over 101 at-bats in 27 games with Nashville since his demotion. The 26-year-old will replace Jesse Winker (back) on the major-league roster after Winker was placed on the 10-day injured list Wednesday.

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  • Brewers' Abraham Toro: Heads back to minors

    The Brewers optioned Toro to Triple-A Nashville on Wednesday, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.

    Toro hadn't started since June 6 and appeared in just one other game over the past week, so the Brewers deemed him expendable with the club needing to make room on the 26-man active roster for outfielder Raimel Tapia, who finalized a one-year deal Wednesday. During his two-week stay with Milwaukee, Toro went 4-for-8 with a home run and five RBI.

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  • Brewers' Abraham Toro: Recalled from Triple-A

    Milwaukee recalled Toro from Triple-A Nashville on Tuesday.

    Jesse Winker (neck) was placed on the 10-day injured list in a corresponding move. Toro had registered an underwhelming .258/.344/.352 slash line with one home run and four stolen bases through 43 games this season at Triple-A and seems doubtful to offer fantasy relevance.

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  • Brewers' Abraham Toro: Sent to Triple-A

    Milwaukee optioned Toro to Triple-A Nashville on Monday, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.

    As the Brewers thin down their major-league roster ahead of the 2023 campaign, Toro was the latest member of the spring roster to be relocated. The 26-year-old signed a one-year deal with Milwaukee in January and produced a .185 average with a homer, four RBI and two runs scored over 27 at-bats in 13 games during spring training. Toro struggled to a .185/.239/.324 slash line with the Mariners in 2022 and will likely have to heat up from the plate before he'd get recalled by the Brewers this season.

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  • Brewers' Abraham Toro: Inks one-year deal

    Toro signed a one-year, $1.25 million contract with the Brewers on Friday to avoid arbitration, Robert Murray of FanSided.com reports.

    It's a nice little raise for Toro, who was eligible for arbitration for the first time as a Super Two qualifier. The 26-year-old was acquired via trade from the Mariners last month and will compete for the Brewers' second base job in 2023.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-0, 223 lbs
Birthplace: Longueuil, QC
Age: 27
Experience: 3
Bats/Throws: S, R