Torres went 0-for-2 with three walks, a run scored and a stolen base in Tuesday's 7-3 win over the Astros. While the 24-year-old wasn't able to extend his five-game hitting streak, he did reach base for the ninth straight game. Torres is putting his sluggish start to the season behind him, and while he's still looking for his first homer of the year, he's now slashing .240/.345/.290 with two steals, seven RBI and nine runs through 27 contests.
Torres is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Tigers. Torres will retreat to the bench for the second time this season, just as he's starting to settle into a groove at the plate. He's currently in the midst of a five-game hitting streak during which he's collected three doubles, but Torres remains without a home run on the season. Gio Urshela will shift over from third base to spell Torres at shortstop in the series finale with Detroit.
Torres went 2-for-4 with three RBI during Saturday's 6-4 win over Detroit. The 24-year-old delivered his first multi-RBI performance of the season by going 2-for-4 with RISP on Saturday. Torres was off to a slow start in 2021, but he's now riding a modest five-game hit streak and is 8-for-21 with three doubles, a walk, five RBI and two runs during that stretch.
Torres went 2-for-5 with a double, an RBI and a run scored in Wednesday's 7-0 victory over Baltimore. After starting the season by going exactly 1-for-4 in seven consecutive games, Torres' numbers have gotten no better, with his average now at .233 and Wednesday's RBI just his third of 2021. That said, Torres has recorded multiple hits in consecutive games and, much like his team, appears ready to turn the corner and put his early season struggles behind him. However, his power is still missing in action, as he hit just three homers last year and has yet to hit one in 2021 after launching 38 in 2019.
Torres went 3-for-5 with an RBI and a run in a victory over Cleveland on Thursday. Torres came into the contest having collected just three hits over his past 23 at-bats, but he matched that hit total with a trio of singles Thursday. The multi-hit effort was his first of the season, and the RBI was his first since April 11. The shortstop is off to a slow start to the campaign, slashing .219/.315/.250 with no home runs and only two RBI.
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