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Year fpts
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Home Runs
Runs Batted In
Base on Balls (Walk)
Stolen Bases
Batting Average
2023 .000
2022 171.51.6 36 10 35 22 2 .185
2021 2362.5 45 11 46 31 6 .239
3y Avg. 150.51.9 31 8 30 19 3 .205
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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 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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  • Brewers' Abraham Toro: Shipped to Milwaukee

    Toro and Jesse Winker were acquired by the Brewers from the Mariners on Friday in exchange for Kolten Wong and cash considerations, Jeff Passan of reports. Toro was acquired by the Mariners from the Astros at the 2021 trade deadline, and he's now on the move once again. The 25-year-old played in a career-high 109 games last season, but he struggled offensively with a .185/.239/.324 slash line, 10 home runs and 35 RBI. He's under team control through 2026 and should have the chance to secure a starting spot in the lineup during spring training, with Wong's departure opening up the job at second base.
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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Homers, drives in four

    Toro went 2-for-4 with a two-run home run and two additional RBI during a 9-6 victory in Game 2 of Tuesday's doubleheader. Toro took Detroit pitcher Elvin Rodriguez deep in the fourth before adding a two-run single the next inning to give Seattle the lead for good. The long ball was the 25-year-old's first since Aug. 31 as he'd batted just 6-for-44 with two doubles and two walks during the 18-game drought.
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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Recalled, hitting seventh

    Toro was recalled from Triple-A Tacoma and is starting at second base while batting seventh in Game 1 of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Tigers. With Sam Haggerty (groin strain) landing on the injured list, Toro is back up a day after getting demoted to assume the short side of a platoon over the final two days of the regular season. Toro is hitting .179/.236/.314 with nine home runs in 106 games.
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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Optioned to Triple-A

    Toro was optioned to Triple-A Tacoma on Monday, Shannon Drayer of Seattle Sports 710 AM reports. After recording just three hits in his last 12 games, Toro will return to the minors. 2022 has been a disappointing campaign that saw him slash .179/.236/.314 over 339 plate appearances. If he shows signs of progress over the offseason, there is still a chance he could make the Mariners' big-league roster in 2023.
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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Logs second steal

    Toro stole a base as a pinch runner in Thursday's 10-9 extra-innings win over the Rangers. Toro swiped third base in the 10th inning but was stranded. It was just his second steal in 104 contests this season after he swiped six bags in 95 games last year 2021. The 25-year-old infielder has a .183/.238/.320 slash line with nine home runs, 30 RBI, 34 runs scored, 13 doubles and a triple, and he's into a reserve role since Eugenio Suarez returned from the injured list.
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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Snaps slump with multi-hit effort

    Toro went 2-for-4 with a double in a loss to the Royals on Friday. Toro had been mired in an 0-for-11 slump over his previous four games and hadn't generated a multi-hit effort since Aug. 31. The 25-year-old's .181/.234/.319 slash line is a profound disappointment, but some of Toro's complementary metrics belie those numbers to an extent -- he's been saddled with a dismal .192 BABIP, produced a modest 17.6 percent strikeout rate and laced 23 of his 55 hits for extra bases.
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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Absent from Thursday's lineup

    Toro isn't starting Thursday against Oakland. Toro started the last five games and went 2-for-17 with a double and six runs. He'll get a breather Thursday while Ty France draws the start at the hot corner and bats cleanup.
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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Filling in for Suarez

    Toro will start at third base and bat seventh in Monday's game against the Angels. He'll stick in the lineup for the third game in a row after going 2-for-7 with a double between the previous two contests. With Eugenio Suarez (finger) moving to the injured list Saturday, Toro looks like he'll settle in as the Mariners' everyday third baseman for the time being.
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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Sticks in bench role

    Toro remains out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Guardians. Toro had started in all three games of the Mariners' recent series with the Tigers, but he has yet to appear in the first two contests in Cleveland and will remain on the bench for the series finale. With Adam Frazier settling back into an everyday role at second base now that Seattle is at full strength in the outfield, Toro is expected to see light usage as a utility man moving forward.
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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Returns to MLB

    The Mariners recalled Toro from Triple-A Tacoma on Tuesday. Toro has slashed .241/.353/.431 with three doubles and two home runs in 16 games at Triple-A since being sent down in early August. He rejoins the MLB club to replace Dylan Moore (oblique), who went on the injured list Tuesday.
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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Optioned to Triple-A

    Toro was optioned to Triple-A Tacoma on Saturday. Toro has appeared in 84 games this season for the Mariners, but he hit just .180, and the team decided to send him to Tacoma to open up a roster spot for Mitch Haniger. Toro figures to be among the top candidates next time the Mariners need to bring up a hitter from the minors.
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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Back on bench

    Toro is out of the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Yankees. With Adam Frazier moving back to second base Wednesday after getting three straight starts in the outfield, Toro's time in the lineup will come to an end. Toro's opportunities are likely to get more scarce in the days to come when the likes of Ty France (wrist), Julio Rodriguez (wrist) and Mitch Haniger (ankle) return from injuries.
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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Making third straight start

    Toro will start at second base and bat ninth in Tuesday's game against the Yankees. With Julio Rodriguez (wrist) and Dylan Moore (back) recently heading to the injured list, Adam Frazier has been picking up more work in the outfield of late. Frazier's presence in the outfield has opened up the keystone for Toro, who will occupy the position for the third game in a row. Toro, who went 1-for-4 with a double and a run scored in Monday's 7-2 loss, will likely be in danger of moving into a reserve role as soon as the Mariners get one of Rodriguez, Moore, Mitch Haniger (ankle) or Ty France (wrist) back in the lineup.
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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Homers against former team

    Toro went 1-for-1 with a two-run home run, a walk and two total runs scored in Sunday's 8-5 loss to the Astros. Toro entered the game when outfielder Jesse Winker (ankle) exited the contest following a collision on the field. Toro was part of the Mariners' two bursts of offense in the seventh and eighth innings, including a homer in his second plate appearance of the day. The 25-year-old infielder has seen limited playing time lately -- his last start was last Saturday. He owns an uninspiring .179/.242/.329 slash line with eight homers, 24 RBI, 29 runs scored and a stolen base in 76 contests. Even if Winker has to miss extra time, his absence will likely be covered by Adam Frazier and Dylan Moore.
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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Enters Thursday's lineup

    Toro is starting at second base and hitting eighth Thursday against the Rangers. Toro was not in the original lineup but will draw the start after J.P. Crawford was scratched with an undisclosed injury. Toro was picking up regular playing time as the Mariners dealt with suspensions to Crawford, Jesse Winker and Julio Rodriguez, but his role should be diminished going forward, assuming Crawford's absence is short term.
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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Likely to lose playing time

    Toro is out of the lineup for the second game of Wednesday's doubleheader with the Nationals. Toro went 0-for-3 with a walk in the front end of the doubleheader, which was his 11th start in 13 games. He's benefited from the Mariners having one of J.P. Crawford, Jesse Winker or Julio Rodriguez out for each of the past 11 contests while the trio had their suspensions staggered out, but Toro will likely lose out on playing time now that each of the three has served their respective bans.
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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: On bench Sunday

    Toro is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Blue Jays. He'll be on the bench for the second time in four contests after having recently completed a nine-game run in the starting nine. With Jesse Winker set to return from suspension for Tuesday's game in Washington, Toro's opportunities may become more scarce in the final week before the All-Star break.
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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: On base four times Monday

    Toro went 2-for-3 with a run-scoring infield single, an RBI double and two walks in a win over the Padres on Monday. Toro's busy day on the basepaths extended what has been a strong stretch at the plate for the 25-year-old, who now boasts a .333 average and .922 OPS over the 30 plate appearances he's logged in his last eight games. The 25-year-old has an impressively modest 16.0 percent strikeout rate on the campaign, but an atypically low .192 BABIP has certainly played a part in his ugly .187/.236/.338 season line. Toro has started each of the past seven contests and should have a lock on a near-everyday role while Jesse Winker serves the final five games of his suspension and while Kyle Lewis (concussion) remains on the 7-day injured list.
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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Drives in two Thursday

    Toro went 1-for-3 with two RBI and a run in a win over the Athletics on Thursday. Toro drove in the first run of the game with a sacrifice fly in foul territory in the first inning. His fifth-inning single then plated Jesse Winker to snap a 4-4 tie and give the Mariners a lead they wouldn't relinquish. Toro has now reached safely in six straight games, an encouraging span during which he's produced a .333 batting average and .961 OPS across 20 plate appearances.
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