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AL West Standings

Team W-L L10 STRK
26-15 6-4 W1
25-17 4-6 W1
18-21 6-4 L1
17-24 3-7 L3
17-25 4-6 L1

2022 Batting

STATS AVG
Batting Average
HR
Home Runs
RBI
Runs Batted In
OPS
On-base Plus Slugging
SB
Stolen Bases
Regular Season .179 6 13 .603 0

Top Abraham Toro-Hernandez News

  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Lands on injured list

    Toro was placed on the 10-day injured list Sunday with a sprained left shoulder.

    Toto presumably sustained the injury during Saturday's matchup with Boston, when he went 1-for-2 before exiting during the third inning. It's unclear exactly how long the 25-year-old is expected to be sidelined, but he'll be eligible to be activated June 1. Dylan Moore is likely to see more playing time while Toro is on the shelf.

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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Homer barrage continues Friday

    Toro went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run in a loss to the Red Sox on Friday.

    Toro uncorked a 429-foot shot to right field with Eugenio Suarez aboard in the fifth, slicing a four-run deficit in half at the time. The 25-year-old is now riding a modest four-game hitting streak, one that includes a pair of round trippers and three RBI overall.

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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Slugs fifth homer

    Toro went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in a win over the Blue Jays on Wednesday.

    Toro put the final run of the night on the board for the Mariners with a 350-foot laser to right in the ninth inning. The 25-year-old now has two homers in the last four games, but his season slash line remains an abysmal .167/.224/.342 across 125 plate appearances.

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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Out of lineup

    Toro will sit Tuesday against the Blue Jays.

    Toro isn't the Mariners' primary starter at any one position, but he's been in the lineup more often than not, starting 28 of 37 games thus far. He hasn't exactly hit well enough to be a regular, however, slashing .156/.217/.312 on the year, though that line should rise along with his .140 BABIP.

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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Multi-hit effort in Sunday's win

    Toro went 2-for-3 with a double, an RBI sacrifice fly and two runs in a win over the Mets on Sunday.

    Toro's first multi-hit effort since May 8 snapped an 0-for-11 skid that had encompassed his last five games. Despite the productive afternoon, the 25-year-old still sports a .163/.226/.327 line across 32 games.

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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Remains on bench

    Toro will sit for the third straight game Saturday against the Mets.

    Toro's absences follow a run of 11 straight starts. He hasn't exactly earned everyday at-bats, hitting just .150/.218/.310 on the year.

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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Not starting Friday

    Toro isn't starting Friday against the Mets.

    Toro is in the midst of a slump in which he's gone 0-for-10 with two strikeouts, and he'll be out of the lineup for a second straight game. Eugenio Suarez will start at third base while Mike Ford serves as the designated hitter.

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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Idle Wednesday

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

    Toro takes a seat after hitting .132 with two home runs, four RBI and an additional run while starting in each of the Mariners' last 11 games. Kyle Lewis' (knee) impending return from the 10-day injured list could result in Toro losing work, but until that happens, the 25-year-old should be locked into a near-everyday role while moving between second base, third base or designated hitter.

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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Launches game-tying homer

    Toro went 2-for-4 with a solo home run in an extra-inning win over the Rays on Sunday.

    Toro's game-tying solo homer in the ninth inning off Andrew Kittredge knotted the game at 1-1, setting the table for an eventual Ty France game-winning RBI single in the 10th. Toro has made quite the impact while drawing back-to-back starts, as he also launched a solo shot in Saturday's loss.

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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Mashes third homer

    Toro went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Saturday's 8-2 loss to Tampa Bay.

    Toro was unsuccessful in his first three at-bats but took reliever Ralph Garza deep to right in the ninth inning for his first extra-base hit since a home run on April 27th. The 25-year-old had been hitless in his last 13 at-bats prior to the long ball and is slashing a low .151/.221/.302 through 25 games.

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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Everyday role reopens

    Toro will serve as Seattle's designated hitter and No. 6 hitter in Sunday's game against the Marlins.

    Mitch Haniger's return from the COVID-19 injured list Friday looked as though it would send Toro back into a utility role, but that didn't last long. In his first game back from the bout with the illness, Haniger suffered a Grade 2 high-ankle sprain that resulted in him being placed on the IL on Saturday. With Haniger out of the picture, Jesse Winker, Julio Rodriguez and Jarred Kelenic should form the Seattle outfield in most games, leaving Eugenio Suarez and Toro to split third base and DH duties.

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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Goes deep in loss

    Toro went 1-for-4 with a solo homer in Wednesday's loss to the Rays.

    Toro took the Rays' closer Andrew Kittredge deep in the top of the ninth inning, narrowing the deficit to one run. The home run was his second of the year and after starting the season 1-for-19 from the plate, the 25-year-old has now hit safely in seven of his last nine games.

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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Deposits first homer

    Toro went 1-for-3 with a two-run home run during Tuesday's 6-2 victory against the Rangers.

    Getting the start at DH, Toro tacked on two valuable insurance runs with his seventh-inning long ball off reliever Spencer Patton. The utility man has started slow, going just 3-for-26 on the season, but he should see an everyday role while Mitch Haniger is on the COVID-19 injured list.

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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Picking up at-bats sans Haniger

    Toro will serve as Seattle's designated hitter and will bat eighth Tuesday against Texas.

    Toro has been the main playing-time beneficiary of Mitch Haniger's (illness) recent move to the COVID-19 injured list. He'll pick up his third start in a row after Haniger tested positive for the virus Saturday. Expect Toro to return to his normal utility role as soon as Haniger clears MLB's testing protocols.

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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Gets third straight start

    Toro will start at second base and bat leadoff Wednesday against the White Sox, James Fegan of The Athletic reports.

    Toro doesn't have a clear path to an everyday role, but his ability to swing between second and third base will allow him to pick up his third consecutive start. He'll be filling in at the keystone Wednesday for the lefty-hitting Adam Frazier, who is taking a seat with southpaw Dallas Keuchel on the mound for Chicago.

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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Stands out all spring

    Toro, who's hit .387 (12-for-31) across 13 Cactus League games, is a player president of baseball operations Jerry Dipoto believes can provide strong offensive production all season, Brent Stecker of 710 ESPN Seattle reports. "We're seeing offense that looks - it's legit," Dipoto said. "He swings at the right pitches, he uses the whole field, he's doing it as both a left- and right-hander...he's going to be a guy who has high on-base skill, sprays the ball around the field."

    The trade-deadline acquisition from last season had his moments after coming over from the Astros, but he seems to now be fully acclimated to Seattle this spring. Toro's switch-hitting capability and defensive versatility make him a particularly valuable utility asset, and he's even played some left field during Cactus League games in an effort to open up even more avenues to playing time.

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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: In line for utility role

    Toro is in line to begin the year as utility depth after the Mariners acquired Eugenio Suarez from the Reds on Monday, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.

    Toro had an everyday role for the Mariners in 2021 while mainly playing at second base, but it appeared as though he'd shift to the hot corner to begin the 2022 campaign after Kyle Seager announced his retirement and Seattle traded for Adam Frazier in November. While Toro is expected to see some outfield reps during spring training this year, it appears as though he'll see more sporadic playing time than he had to close out the season in 2021.

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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Could add OF eligibility

    Toro will get some outfield reps in spring training to increase his versatility, Corey Brock of The Athletic reports.

    Toro will be eligible at second base and third base already, and it sounds like there's a chance he could also earn outfield eligibility in the coming season. He hit .252 with five home runs and three steals in 60 games for Seattle last season.

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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Homers late in win

    Toro went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Wednesday's 4-2 win over the Athletics.

    Toro added an insurance run on late for the M's with a solo home run off Sergio Romo in the eighth to put them up 4-2. The long ball was his first since Aug. 31. The 24-year-old was cruising at the beginning of the month, hitting .323/.389/.452 through his first eight games but has since fallen back a ton, hitting just .111/.176/.175 since Sept. 11. Toro remains a bright young piece of this Mariners team and will look to build on Wednesday's homer during the final series of the season, which begins Friday against the Angels.

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  • Mariners' Abraham Toro: Not starting Tuesday

    Toro is not starting Tuesday against the Athletics.

    Toro is hitless in his last 23 at-bats dating back to Sept. 14 and he's hitting just .172/.250/.234 altogether in September. He'll look to reset Tuesday as Dylan Moore takes over at second base.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-1, 190 lbs
Birthplace: Longueuil, QC
Age: 25
Experience: 1
Bats/Throws: S, R