Teoscar Hernández Wife, Trade, Salary, Net Worth, Contract, Height, Stats, Fangraphs, Fantasy

Teoscar José Hernández, an outfielder for the Toronto Blue Jays of Major League Baseball, was born in the Dominican Republic on October 15, 1992. He had previously been an Astros player for Houston.



In February 2011, Hernández joined the Houston Astros as an unrestricted foreign free agent.

That year, he played his first game for the Astros of the Dominican Summer League. Hernández played in 2012 with the South Atlantic League’s Class-A Lexington Legends and Rookie-level Gulf Coast Astros. He played in 59 games overall, and had a batting average of.243, five home runs, 23 RBI, and 11 stolen bases.



With the Class-A Quad City River Bandits for the whole 2013 season, he hit.271 with 13 home runs, 55 RBI, and 24 stolen bases. Hernández participated in 23 games for the Toros del Este in the Dominican Winter League during the offseason.

The Astros dealt Hernández and Nori Aoki to the Toronto Blue Jays on July 31, 2017, in exchange for Francisco Liriano.

The Buffalo Bisons of the Triple-A level received Hernández. John Gibbons, the manager of the Blue Jays, stated on August 31 that Hernández would be brought up on September 1.

Hernández hit his first home run as a Blue Jay against the Detroit Tigers on September 10, 2017. Additionally, it was his first career game with multiple home runs. Hernández had a 26-game hitting average of.261 with eight home runs and 20 RBIs.

Teoscar Hernández Wife, Trade, Salary, Net Worth, Contract, Height, Stats, Fangraphs, Fantasy

College

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Contract

Teoscar Hernandez agreed to a one-year, $10,650,000 deal with the Toronto Blue Jays, which came with a $10,650,000 guaranteed minimum salary. Hernandez will get a total pay of $10,650,000 in 2022 in addition to a base salary of $10,650,000.

Height

1.88 m

Stats

Batting average .262
Home runs 121
Runs batted in 348

Net Worth

$20 Million

Salary

$10,650,000.

Weight

93 kg

Age

29

Wife

Jennifer

Trade

The Astros dealt Hernández and Nori Aoki to the Toronto Blue Jays on July 31, 2017, in exchange for Francisco Liriano.