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Toro was dealt to Milwaukee last winter but played in just nine big-league games during 2023, though he took advantage of those opportunities by going 8-for-18 with two homers. The 28-year-old was then traded to the A's in November, which provides an immediate boost to his outlook for playing time in 2024. Toro also had a strong campaign at the Triple-A level last year with a .291/.374/.471 slash line and 10 home runs in 96 games. He has a .636 OPS in 271 big-league games during his career and isn't guaranteed playing time in Oakland, so a wait-and-see approach is likely appropriate rather than risking draft capital outside of a late-round dart throw.

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2024 157.52.2 32 6 24 12 3 .260
2023 27.53.1 4 2 9 2 .444
2022 171.51.6 36 10 35 22 2 .185
3y Avg. 144.52 28 8 30 18 3 .217
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  • Athletics' Abraham Toro: Lands on IL with strained hamstring

    The Athletics placed Toro on the 10-day injured list Saturday due to a strained right hamstring. Toro returned to the lineup Friday after missing the three previous games due to a shoulder strain. He went 1-for-3 with a run and a walk in Friday's 6-5 win over the Twins, but he was replaced by Tyler Nevin in the top of the seventh inning due to the hamstring strain. Nevin and Aledmys Diaz should see increased playing time with Toro sidelined, as could Armando Alvarez, whose contract was selected from Triple-A Las Vegas in a corresponding move.
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  • Athletics' Abraham Toro: Headed for injured list

    Toro suffered a strained hamstring Friday and will be placed on the injured list, Martin Gallegos of MLB.com reports. Toro was held out of the lineup earlier in the week with a shoulder issue and returned to the lineup Friday. He suffered an unrelated hamstring injury and will now be sidelined for at least the next 10 days. Tyler Nevin and Aledmys Diaz figure to see increased playing time.
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  • Athletics' Abraham Toro: Back in lineup Friday

    Toro (shoudler) is starting at third base and hitting in the leadoff spot for Friday's series opener against the Twins. Shoulder soreness kept Toro out of the starting lineup in the Athletics' last three games, though he did pinch hit in the seventh inning of Thursday's 3-2 loss to the Royals. On the season, Toro is slashing .259/.300/.387 with 15 doubles, six home runs and 24 RBI over 291 plate appearances.
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  • Athletics' Abraham Toro: Sees action as in-game replacement

    Toro (shoulder) entered Thursday's loss to the Royals as a pinch hitter in the bottom of the seventh inning and remained in the game at third base, recording a double in his only plate appearance. Toro was out of the starting nine for the third straight game due to shoulder soreness, but his ability to make some hard contact and then stay in the game on defense implies he may be ready to return to the lineup Friday. The veteran's pinch-hit, two-out two-bagger Thursday had the potential to generate Toro's 25th RBI of the campaign and snap a 2-2 tie, but Kyle McCann was thrown out at the plate on the play to end the frame.
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  • Athletics' Abraham Toro: Sitting out Thursday

    Toro (shoulder) is out of the lineup for Thursday's game against the Royals. Toro will miss out on a third consecutive start while he recovers from a sore shoulder, an injury that first cropped up in the Athletics' doubleheader with the Twins on Sunday. Aledmys Diaz will fill in at third base Thursday for Toro, who is considered day-to-day.
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  • Athletics' Abraham Toro: Sitting second straight

    Toro isn't in the Athletics' lineup for Wednesday's game against the Royals. Although Toro has slashed .309/.338/.456 against left-handed pitchers this season, the Athletics will give Tyler Nevin another start at third base versus southpaw Cole Ragans.
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  • Athletics' Abraham Toro: Getting breather Friday

    Toro is out of the lineup for Friday's game against the Twins. Toro will be out of the Athletics' lineup for the first time since April 28, getting a well-deserved day off Friday. J.D. Davis will bat seventh and play third base while Max Schuemann leads off.
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  • Athletics' Abraham Toro: Belts first-pitch homer

    Toro went 2-for-5 with a solo home run in Tuesday's 4-3 loss to the Padres. Toro got the game started right for the Athletics, taking Randy Vasquez's first pitch of the contest out to center field. The homer was Toro's sixth of the year, but his first since May 21. He's gone 6-for-26 (.231) over his last six games, though he's maintained steady playing time at third base and atop the order. He's slashing .268/.311/.402 with 24 RBI, 31 runs scored, 14 doubles, one triple and three stolen bases through 66 contests.
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  • Athletics' Abraham Toro: Plates pair in Sunday's loss

    Toro went 1-for-5 with a two-run single in an extra-inning loss to the Blue Jays on Sunday. Toro erased a 2-1 deficit in the seventh inning with a bloop single that plated Tyler Soderstrom and Aledmys Diaz. Toro has hit safely in four straight games, although he's also uncharacteristically struck out seven times over that span. Nevertheless, Toro appears to have a firm hold of a leadoff spot and is carrying a solid .269 average and .708 OPS across 261 plate appearances.
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  • Athletics' Abraham Toro: Supplies game-winning home run

    Toro went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Tuesday's 5-4 win over the Rockies. Toro's bat was silent until the eighth inning when he sent out a home run to right field to give the A's their first lead of the night. He's racked up seven hits over his last five games and leads the majors with 28 hits in the month of May. Since April 26, Toro is slashing .362/.406/.553 with three homers, 10 RBI, 17 runs and a 4:16 BB:K in 101 plate appearances.
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  • Athletics' Abraham Toro: Goes deep in loss

    Toro went 2-for-4 with a solo home run in Sunday's loss to the Mariners. Toro launched his fourth home run of the year to begin the sixth off Luis Castillo. It's a continuation of what's been a ridiculously hot stretch at the plate for Toro. Over his last 16 games, the 27-year-old is slashing .410/.455/.607 with two homers, nine RBI and 12 runs scored. He has led off in six straight games, all against righties, and has been more of a middle-of-the-order hitter against southpaws. For the season, Toro is now slashing .299/.351/.460 with 13 extra-base hits, 17 RBI, 20 runs and a 7:26 BB:K in 148 plate appearances.
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  • Athletics' Abraham Toro: Keeps raking in Monday's loss

    Toro went 3-for-4 with a double in a loss to the Rangers on Monday. Toro authored one of two multi-hit efforts for the Athletics on the night, accomplishing the feat for the fifth time in the last six games overall. Toro has also reached safely in nine of the last 10 contests, a stretch during which he boasts a stellar .455 average, 1.197 OPS and impressively modest 13.9 percent strikeout rate.
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  • Athletics' Abraham Toro: Knocks in two runs Saturday

    Toro went 2-for-5 with a two-run single and three runs in a win over the Marlins on Saturday. Toro extended Oakland's lead to 9-0 in the third inning with his timely single, pushing his RBI total to 13 to draw him into a tie with JJ Bleday for third place on the Athletics. The 27-year-old has been a steady offensive presence for the surprising A's, and he's now posted four consecutive two-hit tallies as part of an eight-game hitting streak overall.
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  • Athletics' Abraham Toro: Clubs third homer

    Toro went 2-for-3 with a walk and a solo home run in Wednesday's 4-0 win over the Pirates. Getting the start at second base and batting fifth, Toro launched a second-inning Quinn Priester sinker up in the zone off the top of the wall in center field. Toro has hit safely in six straight games, and he's making a case to be an everyday player for Oakland -- through 99 plate appearances, he's slashing .264/.323/.440 with three homers, 11 RBI and 11 runs. He's played at least three games at first base, second base and third base so far in 2024 in addition to spotting in at DH, and while Ryan Noda's demotion to Triple-A after Wednesday's game likely has more to do with J.D. Davis (thigh) being nearly ready to come off the IL, it does give Toro a little less competition for playing time.
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  • Athletics' Abraham Toro: Added to lineup Wednesday

    Toro is starting at second base and batting sixth for Wednesday's outing against the Yankees. The switch-hitting infielder was originally left out of the starting nine for Wednesday's matchup, but he will take the field and make his first start at second base after Zack Gelof (abdomen) was scratched. Toro currently has a .232/.293/.377 slash line with two home runs, eight RBI and eight runs through 21 games.
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  • Athletics' Abraham Toro: Sitting in second straight

    Toro is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Yankees. After he had started at designated hitter or third base in 14 consecutive contests, Toro has now hit the bench for the second day in a row. Tyler Nevin will draw another start at the hot corner and may have supplanted Toro as manager Mark Kotsay's preferred option at the position while the Athletics wait for J.D. Davis (adductor) to return from the injured list.
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  • Athletics' Abraham Toro: Not in Tuesday's lineup

    Toro is out of the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Yankees. Toro started the previous 14 games but will take a seat after he posted a .686 OPS during that stretch. Tyler Nevin will man the hot corner while Esteury Ruiz bats leadoff for the A's.
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  • 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: 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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