Abraham Toro will be out for a few days after an incident with Seattle Mariners teammate Adam Frazer on Saturday.
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The organization has actually announced that the Quebecer’s name is on the injury list for 10 days because of a sprained shoulder on Sunday.
Toro, who was starting at second base against the Boston Red Sox, was forced out of the game against the Red Sox in the first inning when he and his teammate both tried to catch a fly.
This season, Toro has batted .179, driven in 13 carries and hit six home runs in 38 games. He was the last to find his feet, he who has placed the ball safely at least once in his last five games.