Quebec’s Abraham Toro to play his first game in the Major Leagues

Quebec’s Abraham Toro would play his first major league game on Thursday night in a match between the Houston Astros and the Detroit Tigers.
This information was reported by many media in the morning.

Toro, who hails from Longueuil, would get a third cushion start for the Astros and hit seventh.

The 22-year-old would at the same time become the 34th Quebec player in history to take part in an official match of the Major Leagues.

This season, Toro has struck nine doubles and one homer for a total of 10 RBIs in 16 games with the AAA Astros Club at Round Rock, in addition to averaging a .04, 424.

He also averaged .306 after hitting 22 doubles, four triples, 16 long balls and produced 70 points in 98 games with the Corpus Christi AA School Club earlier this season.

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