Abraham Toro

Abraham Toro Fantasy

Healthy
0.134 313th
2020
3.3 216th
2020
0.253 432nd
2020
0.511 447th
2020
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Height / Weight
6' 1" / 190 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
12/20/1996 (23)
Experience
1
College
Seminole State JC (OK)

Season Logs

Last 10 Games

Abraham Toro News

Abraham Toro Starting At Designated Hitter On Tuesday

The Houston Astros are giving Abraham Toro another start at designated hitter on Tuesday. It's the second time in three games that Toro has drawn the start after serving exclusively as a pinch hitter previously this year. Toro has just two hits, a single and a double, over his 12 at-bats this year. He had a strong season in the minors last year, slashing .324/.411/.527 with 17 home runs and 80 RBI over 114 games at Double-A and Triple-A. He could provide some sneaky value if he were to get regular playing time in the vaunted Houston lineup, but for now, he's essentially just a pinch hitter and spot starter so he can be left on waivers in all leagues.

over 1 month ago
Abraham Toro-Hernandez Diagnosed With Pink Eye

Houston Astros infielder Abraham Toro-Hernandez (eye) was scratched from the Grapefruit League lineup on Tuesday and was diagnosed with pink eye on Wednesday, according to manager Dusty Baker. Toro wasn't at the facility on Wednesday but is expected back on Thursday. The Canadian corner infielder finished last season ranked as the team's No. 5 prospect, per MLB Pipeline, but he hit just .218 with two homers and nine RBI in 78 at-bats to close out last season in his first taste of the majors. But Toro mashed at Double-A Corpus Christi and Triple-A Round Rock, slashing .324/.411/.527 with 17 home runs and 80 RBI in 114 games. He is likely to begin 2020 in the minors but is certainly worth a roster spot in dynasty/keeper leagues. If he's to break into the big league lineup anytime soon, it'll likely come at either first base or DH.

over 6 months ago
Abraham Toro-Hernandez Backs Verlander No-Hitter With Blast

Rookie third baseman Abraham Toro wasn't initially in Sunday's lineup, heading to the bench as Aledmys Diaz was to start in his place. But after Yuli Gurriel was a late scratch, Toro moved into the lineup and had the biggest hit of the game, hitting a two-run home run in the eighth inning to give the Astros a 2-0 victory. Toro hit his second home run of the year on a Ken Giles fastball, driving in Alex Bregman and helping to seal the no-hitter for teammate Justin Verlander.

over a year ago