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Andres Torres MLB Career Stats

AVG HR RBI SB OPS
.242 32 174 77 .699

Andres Torres Bio

  • Full Name: Andres Yungo Torres
  • Born: 1/26/1978 in Paterson, NJ
  • Draft: 1998, Detroit Tigers, 4th rd. (117th overall)
  • College: Miami Dade College
  • Debut: April 7, 2002
  • Last Game: 8/21/2013
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Year AB R H HR RBI SB AVG OBP OPS
MLB Career Stats 1910 277 462 32 174 77 .242 .317 .699

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Andres Torres Advanced Stats

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Andres Torres Statcast Events

Awards

Andres Torres Awards

World Series Championship

Year Team League
2010 San Francisco NL

MLBPAA Giants Heart and Hustle Award

Year Team League
2011 San Francisco NL

Giants Willie McCovey Award

Year Team League
2010 San Francisco NL

Futures Game Selection

Year Team League
2002 Toledo INT

EAS Player of the Week

Week Team League
05/07/2007 Erie EAS

Andres Torres Leaderboards

Stolen Bases

Season SB Rank
2010 26 11th in NL

Slugging Percentage

Season SLG Rank
2010 .479 22nd in NL

Doubles

Season 2B Rank
2010 43 4th in NL

Triples

Season 3B Rank
2009 8 8th in NL
2010 8 7th in NL
2012 7 11th in NL

Strikeouts

Season SO Rank
2010 128 23rd in NL

Caught Stealing

Season CS Rank
2003 5 24th in AL
2010 7 18th in NL
2011 6 25th in NL

Andres Torres Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
July 29, 2014 Pawtucket Red Sox released CF Andres Torres.
July 22, 2014 Pawtucket Red Sox placed CF Andres Torres on the temporarily inactive list.
June 26, 2014 CF Andres Torres assigned to Pawtucket Red Sox from Lowell Spinners.
June 12, 2014 LF Andres Torres assigned to Lowell Spinners.
June 11, 2014 Boston Red Sox signed free agent LF Andres Torres to a minor league contract.
November 2, 2013 LF Andres Torres elected free agency.
August 30, 2013 San Francisco Giants transferred LF Andres Torres from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list. August 2013 left Achilles surgery.
August 22, 2013 San Francisco Giants placed LF Andres Torres on the 15-day disabled list. Left Achilles Straiin
December 13, 2012 San Francisco Giants signed free agent LF Andres Torres.
November 30, 2012 CF Andres Torres elected free agency.
April 30, 2012 New York Mets activated CF Andres Torres from the 15-day disabled list.
April 27, 2012 St. Lucie Mets sent CF Andres Torres on a rehab assignment to Buffalo Bisons.
April 23, 2012 Andres Torres assigned to St. Lucie Mets.
April 6, 2012 New York Mets placed CF Andres Torres on the 15-day disabled list. Left calf strain.
December 7, 2011 San Francisco Giants traded RHP Ramon Ramirez and CF Andres Torres to New York Mets for CF Angel Pagan.
August 28, 2011 Andres Torres roster status changed by San Francisco Giants.
August 18, 2011 sent CF Andres Torres on a rehab assignment to Fresno Grizzlies.
August 13, 2011 San Francisco Giants placed CF Andres Torres on the 15-day disabled list. Bruised right shin.
May 10, 2011 San Francisco Giants activated CF Andres Torres from the 15-day disabled list.
May 5, 2011 sent CF Andres Torres on a rehab assignment to Fresno Grizzlies.
April 15, 2011 San Francisco Giants placed CF Andres Torres on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to April 10, 2011. Strained left Achilles tendon
September 1, 2009 San Francisco Giants activated CF Andres Torres from the 15-day disabled list.
August 26, 2009 sent CF Andres Torres on a rehab assignment to Fresno Grizzlies.
August 23, 2009 sent CF Andres Torres on a rehab assignment to AZL Giants.
July 31, 2009 San Francisco Giants placed CF Andres Torres on the 15-day disabled list. Strained left hamstring
May 26, 2009 San Francisco Giants activated LF Andres Torres from the 15-day disabled list.
May 18, 2009 San Francisco Giants sent CF Andres Torres on a rehab assignment to Fresno Grizzlies.
May 15, 2009 San Francisco Giants sent CF Andres Torres on a rehab assignment to San Jose Giants.
April 28, 2009 San Francisco Giants placed CF Andres Torres on the 15-day disabled list. Strained left hamstring.

Andres Yungo Torres Bio Info

Name is pronounced AHN-drays TOER-ehz...Married (Soannie)...son, Diego (June 19, 2004)...Andres Torres, Jr. graduated from Dr. Carlos Gonzalez (PR) High School...Attended Miami-Dade Community College, where he played two seasons...Was born in Paterson, NJ before moving to Aguada, Puerto Rico as a youngster...A film documenting his life titled "Gigante" was released in the spring of 2012...the goal is to help increase awareness about A.D.H.D., a disease from which Torres struggles...Goes by the nickname "Yungo." 2012 In his first and only season with the Mets, batted .230 (86-for-374) with 17 doubles and 35 RBI in 132 games...Missed a total of 53 games due to a left hamate fracture and strained left calf...therefore, he posted career lows in nearly every offensive category...Strained his left calf on Opening Day, April 5...was placed on the 15-day disabled list on April 7...first injured the calf on March 20 vs. Washington...returned to the active roster on April 30...Snapped a career-worst 0-for-18 skid with a 9th inning single on August 20 vs. Colorado...Finished with a .380 on-base percentage as a righthanded hitter...hit .286 (42-148) as a righty...Hit .326 (14-43) with 16 RBI and seven walks with runners in scoring position and two outs...Left the game on September 7 with a bruised left knee, but returned to action on September 9...Was one of 14 players in the Majors with at least two games where he hit a home run and tripled in the same game...joined teammate Scott Hairston in trailing league leaders Aaron Hill and Ryan Braun, who did it three times...no Mets player has ever done it more than twice in a season, and before 2012 the last with two such games was Jose Reyes in 2006...Was one of 10 qualifying major league center fielders to make two errors or less. 2011 Made the Giants Opening Day roster for the third time...Started 78 games (all in centerfield) and committed just three errors in 213 chances...Had six assists...Led the Giants in stolen bases...Injured his left Achilles on April 9...Placed on the Disabled List on April 15...Missed 26 games before he was reinstated on May 10...Made four rehabilitation starts with Fresno (AAA) of the Pacific Coast League before he was activated...Hit his first career grand slam on May 30 at St. Louis vs. Kyle McClellan...His four RBI in that game matched his career-high...Was placed on the DL a second time from August 13-August 28, with a right leg contusion...For the year he had 10, two hit games and five games with three hits...Scored three runs twice during the year; June 2 at St. Louis and July 15 at San Diego. 2010 Had breakout campaign at Major League level, setting career-highs in nearly every offensive category, batting .268 (136-for-507) with 84 runs, 43 2Bs, 8 3Bs, 16 HRs and going 26-for-33 in stolen base attempts in 139 games for San Francisco ... Was one of teams MVPs bringing tons of energy and footspeed to slow offense ... Also established himself as one of top outfielders defensively in National League...committed just one error all season, his 1st since Sept. 14, 2003...was one of 6 NL outfielders that committed 1-or-fewer errors (minimum of 100 starts)...led all NL outfielders with .997 fielding pct. (1err, 322tc) ... His 43 2Bs were 4th-most in NL, behind Philadelphia's Jayson Werth (46), Milwaukee's Ryan Braun (45) and St. Louis' Matt Holliday (45)...those 43 2-baggers tied for 5th-most in Giants franchise history...set AT&T Park single-season record with 25 2Bs...entering 2010 season, had just 12 2Bs in his Major League career ... His 67 extra base hits were tied for 10th-most in NL and his 26 steals were tied for 11th-most in league...also went 6-for-7 in stolen base attempts of 3rd base with his 6 steals of 3rd tied for 3rd-most in NL...had just 3 stolen bases over his final 35 games ... His 14 HRs and 52 RBI when batting 1st were most by Giants leadoff hitter since Ray Durham hit 17 HRs and collected 65 RBI while batting 1st in 2004 ... 3 of his 16 HRs were leadoff clouts...led Giants with 3 "walk-off" hits (all singles) on May 30 vs. AZ, July 28 vs. FLA and Aug. 12 vs. CHI ... Batted .284 (106-for-373) with 14 HRs and 46 RBI as left-handed batter and .224 (30-for-134) with 2 HRs and 17 RBI as righty ... Began year as Giants' 5th outfielder (behind Mark DeRosa, Aaron Rowand, John Bowker and Nate Schierholtz), however earned starting role, appearing in 139 of SF's 162 games and making 124 starts (73 in CF, 38 in RF, and 13 in LF)...prior to 2010, most starts he had made in one year was 39 in 2003 with Detroit ... Matched his career-high with 4 hits and recorded his 1st career inside-the-park home run on July 4 at Coors Field off Rockies RHP Jason Hammel in 8th inning...ball caromed off right field wall and skipped away from Ryan Spilborghs...prior to at-bat, teammate Nate Schierholtz had hit his 1st career pinch-hit home run...last time Giants had back-to-back home runs with one being inside-the-park was June 1, 1966 at Atlanta when Willie Mays had an inside-the-park HR and Willie McCovey followed with clout in SF's 4-3 win ... Hit his 2nd career leadoff HR on July 7 at Milwaukee...clout came off LHP Chris Narveson and was one of 3 home runs in 1st inning by Giants with others coming from Aubrey Huff and 2-run HR by Buster Posey...marked 1st time for Giants to hit 3 HRs in 1st frame since Bonds, Kent and Burks hit back-to-back-to-back shots Aug. 22, 1999 at County Stadium ... Homered for 3rd-consecutive game July 9 at Washington, hitting solo shot off Stephen Strasburg to open up contest...marked his 3rd career leadoff HR...left game after 4.0 innings with tightness in his left groin as he chased first-inning 2B ... Recorded walk-off hit July 28 vs. Florida, hitting game-winning, bases-loaded single to left field off Marlins RHP Clay Hensley to give Giants 10-9 come back victory...SF held 9-2 lead, but Marlins tied it in 9th before Torres' game-winning hit in extra frames...was one of 4 of his hits on day, including his 2nd career "Splash Hit" off Jorge Sosa in 6th inning ... Recorded his 3rd walk-off hit of season on Aug. 12 vs. Chicago-NL, collecting bases-loaded single in 9th inning off LHP Andrew Cashner to give Giants an 8-7 victory ... Became 1st Giant in SF-era history to draw pair of walks in 1st inning when Giants batted around and touched Cincinnati's Edinson Volquez for 5 runs in 1st on Aug. 23 at AT&T Park ... Committed his 1st error of season Sept. 8 at Arizona...ball hit off his glove after bounce and allowed Stephen Drew to take 2nd base...didn't end up costing Giants run...marked his 1st miscue since Sept. 14, 2003, span of 206 games and 417 total chances between errors ... Giants lost their leadoff man and center fielder on Sept. 12 in San Diego as he underwent laproscopic appendectomy...had experienced discomfort for 2-3 days prior and was in midst of extreme hitting slump, batting just .106 (5-for-47) with 17 strikeouts in 12 games...missed total of just 12 days before returning on Sept. 24...upon his return, batted .250 (7-for-28) with 2 HRs and 3 RBI ... Was named 2010 "Willie Mac" Award winner, an annual honor bestowed upon most inspirational player on team, as voted upon by Giants players, coaches and training staff.

POSTSEASON HIGHLIGHTS In his 1st career postseason batted .276 (16-for-58) with HR and 3 RBI in 15 games ... Batted just .115 (3-for-26) with no extra-base hits and striking out 12 times over 1st 7 postseason games...however, caught fire over final 8 games, batting .406 (13-for-32) with 4 2Bs, HR and 3 RBI ... Tied Giants postseason record with an extra-base hit in 4-straight games from Oct. 27-31...Edgardo Alfonzo (2003), Rich Aurilia (2002), Jeffrey Leonard (1987) and Irish Meusel (1921) also have 4-game streaks ... Went 3-for-5 with pair of 2Bs and RBI in Game 4 of World Series vs. Texas.
2009 set career highs in every offensive category in what was his 2nd full season at major league level...overall, batted .270 (41-for-152) with 30 runs, 6 2Bs, 8 3Bs, 6 HRs and 23 RBI in just 75 games...20 of his 41 hits went for extra bases...his 8 3Bs led team and were tied for 8th-most in NL...went 6-for-7 in stolen base attempts, 6th-most steals on Giants...appeared in 69 games, making 33 starts (16 in LF, 12 in CF and 5 in RF)...did not commit an error in 95 total chances...recorded 2 outfield assists...received most of his starts from July 27-to end of season, mostly starting against left-handed pitchers...as starter, batted .292 (36-for-123) with 5 2Bs, 8 3Bs, 4 HRs and 18 RBI...Giants logged 50-25 record when he appeared in game and 21-12 mark when he received start...made Opening Day roster for 1st time in his career...made 1st appearance as Giant April 8 vs. Milwaukee, striking out as pinch-hitter...marked his 1st appearance in big leagues since June 9, 2005 while playing for Texas...belted his 1st HR of season April 17 off Arizona's Scott Schnoenweiss...was 1st ML home run since Sept. 14, 2003, which spanned only 39 at-bats...made 1st start in CF April 23 vs. San Diego and went 1-for-4 with stolen base...drew career-high 3 walks April 25 at Arizona...was placed on 15-day disabled list April 28 with strained left hamstring and was activated May 27...was home run shy of hitting for cycle and recorded career-high 3-hit game June 14 vs. Oakland...hit Giants 1st Splash HR of year June 15 vs. Los Angeles-AL off John Lackey...Splash hit was 48th for Giants...had career-high 5-game hit streak June 10-17, where he batted .438 (7-for-16) with 2B, 2 3Bs, HR and 5 RBI...recorded his 1st career outfield assist July 6, throwing out Florida's Emilio Bonifacio at 2nd base...was placed on 15-day disabled list for 2nd time with strained left hamstring July 31...was activated Sept. 1...collected his 2nd OF assist by doubling up Los Angeles' James Loney at 1st base after catching line drive by Ronnie Belliard Aug. 15...posted his 1st multi-homer game and 1st lead-off HR of his career, hitting 2 solo shots off Los Angeles'-NL Randy Wolf Sept. 20 at Chavez Ravine...was 2B shy of cycle Oct. 1 vs. Arizona, going 3-for-4 with 3B, HR and 2 RBI...hit .302 (19-for-63) with 2 2Bs, 3 3Bs, 4 HRs and 10 RBI in Sept./Oct...recorded 4 of his 5 multi-hit contests Sept. 20-Oct. 4, batting .326 (14-for-43) in 13 games... 2008 Played entire season for triple-A Iowa hitting over .300 for 1st time in full season (.306)... established career-highs for hits (125), 2Bs (27), HRs (11) and RBI (51)...led Pacific Coast League with 29 stolen bases and 2nd with 10 3Bs...had impressive 24-game hit streak from April 4-May 9, hitting .371 (33-for-89)... 2007 Spent season between double-A Erie and triple-A Toledo in 1st season in Detroit Tigers organization since 2004...opened season with Erie SeaWolves, batting .292 (89-for-305) in 85 games with 53 runs scored, 11 triples, 35 RBI and 17 stolen bases...led league in 3Bs and was tied for 2nd on club in stolen bases...named Eastern League's Player of Week ending May 6th, hitting .550 (11-for-20) with .900 slugging pct. in 6 games...had 15-game hit streak April 21-May 6 (25-for-56, .446) and 14-game hit streak June 20-July 5 (15-for-45, .333)...began stint with Toledo, hitting .469 (15-for-32), collecting at least 1 hit in 1st 7 games with club July 20-26... posted .375 (18-for-48) avg. in 11 July contests, collecting 7 RBI with .934 OPS...hit .292 (49-for-168) in 42 games with Mud Hens, with 9 3Bs and 17 RBI...set career-highs in hits (138), 2Bs (21), 3Bs (20) and HRs (15)... 2006 Spent entire season with triple-A Rochester in lone season with Minnesota Twins organization...hit .236 (82-for-348) in 116 games with Rochester, including 46 runs scored and 19 stolen bases...hit lone 2 HRs of season in back-to-back games May 3-4, combining to go 4-for-8 with 4 RBI...was 3B shy of cycle May 4...hit monthly-best .279 (12-for-43) in 15 April games with 9 RBI...batted .289 (54-for-187) in 60 road contests, but only .174 (28-for-161) in 56 home games 2005 Began season at Oklahoma City . . . hit safely in 5 of 6 games, April 7-12 . . . had 5-game hit-streak, going 10-22 (.455), April 15-19 . . . disabled with right shoulder sprain, April 29-May 14 . . . contract selected May 15 . . . designated for assignment, June 12 . . . outrighted to Oklahoma City, June 17 . . . disabled for remainder of season with right abdomen strain, June 24. 2004 Began season at Toledo . . . contract selected, April 7 . . . designated for assigment, April 14 . . . outrighted to Toledo and elected free agency, April 22 . . . signed with Chicago (AL) and assigned to Charlotte, April 25 . . . hit safely in 6 of 7 games, April 25-May 1 . . . was 13-38 (.342) in 9 games, May 6-15 . . . hit safely in 7 of 8 games, going 13-31 (.419), May 29-June 6 . . . homered in consecutive games, June 3-4 . . . had 8-game hit-streak, going 13- 32 (.406), June 12-24 . . . disabled with separated left shoulder, July 9-August 9 . . . began rehab assigment at Bristol, August 3 . . . had 7-game hit-streak, going 10-24 (.417), August 28-September 2. 2003 Began season at Toledo . . . had 8-game hit-streak, going 12-32 (.387), April 14-20 . . . hit safely in 7 of 8 games, going 13-35 (.371), April 22-May 31 . . . recalled April 29 . . . hit safely in 8 of 9 games, April 29-May 7 . . . tied career-high 4-game hit-streak, May 25-June 19 . . . optioned May 27 . . . was 8-23 (.348) in 6 games, June 15-August 6 . . . recalled June 18 . . . optioned August 2 . . . had 7-game hit-streak, going 9-26 (.346), August 7-15 . . . led club in stolen bases . . . recalled September 3 . . . hit first career homer off Jimmy Gobble, September 14 vs. Kansas City . . . was 4-12 (.333) in 5 games, September 23-28. 2002 Began season at Toledo . . . recalled, made major league debut and tripled off C.C. Sabathia for first career hit, April 7 vs. Cleveland . . . was 8-26 (.308) in 7 games, April 7-21 . . . optioned April 26 . . . was 9-22 (.409) in 5 games, April 30-May 4 . . . career-high 3 hits, April 21 at Chicago (AL) . . . hit safely in 7 of 8 games, going 10-32 (.313), May 28-June 4 . . . was 11-24 (.458) in 7 games, July 1-12 . . . played for World Team in Futures Game, July 7 at Milwaukee . . . hit safely in 7 of 8 games, going 16-31 (.516), July 22-30 . . . had 13-game hit-streak, going 26-65 (.400), August 13-September 1 . . . recalled September 20 . . . tied season-high 3-game hit-streak, September 25-27 . . . led International League in triples, tied for league lead in stolen bases and was fourth in runs and triples . . . rated Fastest Baserunner in International League and 16th Best Prospect in Tigers' organization by Baseball America. 2001 Hit safely in 8 of 9 games, going 11-34 (.324), April 14-23 . . . had 6-game hit-streak, going 12-23 (.522), May 3-8 . . . season-high 13-game hit-streak, going 18-51 (.353), May 10-22 . . . was 10-26 (.385) in 7 games, May 27-June 2 . . . had 7-game hit-streak, June 23-30 . . . disabled for remainder of season with torn labrum in right shoulder, July 2 . . . had surgery to repair torn labrum in right shoulder, July 17 . . . rated Best Defensive Outfi elder in Eastern League and sixth Best Prospect in Tigers' organization by Baseball America. 2000 Began season at Lakeland . . . hit safely in 13 of 14 games, going 19-56 (.339), April 20-May 4 . . . promoted to Jacksonville, May 12 . . . was 7-21 (.333) in 5 games, May 19-24 . . . transferred to Lakeland, May 26 . . . was 14-35 (.400) in 9 games, May 7-30 . . . season-high 15-game hit-streak, going 25-57 (.439), June 10-July 1 . . . played in Florida State League All-Star Game, June 17 at Jupiter . . . was 11-23 (.478) in 6 games, August 10-17 . . . promoted to Jacksonville, September 1 . . . led Lakeland in batting, runs, triples and stolen bases and was third in hits . . . led Florida State League in triples and stolen bases . . . led league outfielders in assists (18) . . . named to Florida State League Post-Season All-Star Team . . . rated Fastest Baserunner, Best Defensive Outfi lder and 10th Best Prospect in Florida State League and seventh Best Prospect, Best Hitter for Average and Best Defensive Outfielder in Tigers' organization by Baseball America. 1999 Began season at West Michigan . . . was 7-16 (.438) in 6 games, April 27-May 3 . . . hit safely in 7 of 9 games, May 16-25 . . . was 10-15 (.667) in 4 games, June 9-12 . . . season-high 5 hits, June 11 at Lansing . . . hit safely in 8 of 9 games, going 12-32 (.375), June 16-27 . . . season-high 7-game hit-streak, going 11-31 (.355), July 17-23 . . . was 10-29 (.345) in 6 games, August 2-7 . . . was second on club in stolen bases . . . was tied for third in league in walks. 1998 Led club in stolen bases . . . tied for second in league in triples.