Abraham Toro back in the major leagues
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Quebecer Abraham Toro was recalled from the AAA level by the Seattle Mariners on Tuesday and will return to major league baseball.
The athlete from The 25-year-old was promoted in part due to an injury to utility player Dylan Moore, whose name was placed on the crippled list. In addition, major league rosters will have to increase their rosters to 28 players for the month of September.
Toro was demoted to the Tacoma Rainiers on August 7th. His offensive statistics with the Mariners farm club are rather modest, as in 2022 he maintained a batting average of .241, totaling two home runs and 12 RBIs.
Before heading to the affiliate, he was averaging .180 in Seattle, hitting eight long balls and scoring 26 runs. The former Houston Astros hit out for sure 47 times in 285 plate appearances.
The Mariners had a date with the Tigers in Detroit tonight.