Teoscar José Hernández is a Dominican-based professional baseball player; he plays as an outfielder for the Seattle Mariners of MLB. Previously Teoscar played for the Houston Astros and Toronto Blue Jays. In 2021, he was an All-Star and won two Silver Slugger Awards.
Teoscar Hernandez Early Life:
|Full Real Name||Teoscar Jose Hernandez|
|Date Of Birth||October 15th, 1992|
|Age||30 years old|
|Year Of Birth||1992|
Teoscar was born on 15th October 1992 in Cotui, Dominican Republic. Currently, he is 30 years old.
Teoscar Hernandez Family Background:
Teoscar was born to Teofilo Hernández and Carmen Hernández and was raised with a brother. Further details about the family are still unavailable.
Teoscar Hernandez Education:
Teoscar schooling and college information is not available in the media.
Teoscar Hernandez Physical stats:
|Weight In Kg||92 Kg|
|Height In Feet||6’2”|
Teoscar stands 6’2″ tall and weighs around 92kg. He has curly black hair and blackish-colored eyes. Further, Teoscar has a short beard and an athletic, fit and healthy body. In addition, his attractive smile enhances his facial features.
Teoscar Hernandez Birth Signs:
|Birth Sign Duality||Assertive|
|Birth Sign Modality||Cardinal|
According to the Teoscar birth date, he comes under the Libra zodiac sign. Libras are kind and intelligent; they value harmony in all forms. Venus rules this zodiac. Libran is the master of compromise and diplomacy; additionally, this sign has a rich inner life, yet they love other people. They are always happy with a large group of family, friends, and coworkers they can count on.
Teoscar Hernandez Net worth:
|Net Worth||$2 million to $3 million|
Teoscar’s estimated networth is between $2 million to $3 million. His main source of income comes from his professional baseball career.
Teoscar Hernandez Relationship Status:
|Sons||Julian, Teoscar Jr., and Mateo Javier|
|No Of Children||3|
Teoscar is married to Jennifer. The beautiful couple has three children, all boys named Julian, Teoscar Jr., and Mateo Javier.
Teoscar Hernandez Career:
In February 2011, Teoscar signed with the Houston Astros as an international free agent. Further, he made his professional debut for the Dominican Summer League Astros that season. In 2012, he played with the Class-A Lexington Legends (South Atlantic League) and the Rookie-level Gulf Coast Astros. Teoscar appeared in 59 games and recorded a .243 batting average, 23 runs batted in (RBI), 5 home runs, and 11 stolen bases. During the 2013 season, he played with the Class-A Quad City River Bandits and scored hits .271 with 13 home runs, 24 stolen bases, and 55 RBI. Later, during the offseason, he appeared in 23 games for the Toros del Este (LIDOM).
Teoscar started the 2014 season with the Lancaster JetHawks (Advanced-A California League) and was upgraded to the Corpus Christi Hooks (Double-A Texas League) during the season. In 119 games, he hit .292 with 21 home runs, 33 stolen bases, and 85 RBI.
Further, Teoscar played the 2015 season with Double-A Corpus Christi, in 119 games batting .219 with 17 home runs, 33 steals, and 48 RBI. After the season, Teoscar was selected for the 2015 WBSC Premier12 as a player of the Dominican Republic national baseball team.
His 2016 season began with Corpus Christi, and in late June was upgraded to the Fresno Grizzlies of the Triple-A Pacific Coast League. On 12th August 2016, the Astros promoted Teoscar to the major leagues, but he remained with the Astros until the end of the 2016 season in 41 games, hitting .230 with 4 home runs and 11 RBI. The same year, in the minors, he batted .307 with 10 home runs, 53 RBI, and 34 stolen bases in 107 games.
On 21st March 2017, Teoscar was optioned to Triple-A Fresno, and on 25th April 2017, the Astros promoted him to the major leagues replacing him with the injured Jake Marisnick.
On 31st July 2017, the Astros traded Nori Aoki and Teoscar to the Toronto Blue Jays for Francisco Liriano; Teoscar was assigned to the Triple-A Buffalo Bisons. On 10th September 2017, Teoscar hit his first home run as a Toronto Blue Jays against the Detroit Tigers. The game also earned him the first multi-home run game of his career. In 26 games, Teoscar hit .261 with 8 home runs and 20 RBIs.
Teoscar’s 2018 season started with Buffalo, and he was recalled on 13th April 2018 when Josh Donaldson was placed on the disabled list. Later on 25th June, Teoscar returned to the Astros with the Blue Jays and was presented with a 2017 World Series ring along with Tyler Clippard, a Blue Jays teammate. Teoscar hit .239 with 22 home runs in 134 games for the Blue Jays. In the 2019 season, he struggled through the first 2 months, hitting .189 with 3 home runs. On 16th May, he was optioned to AAA for 2 weeks and returned to the MLB to play center field much improved. Teoscar finished the season with 26 home runs in 125 games.
With the 2020 Blue Jays, Teoscar, in 50 games, batted .289 with 16 home runs and 34 RBIs. He won the AL Silver Slugger Award in the American League.
In 2021, he earned his first All-Star nod. He was also selected to start the 2021 All-Star Game for the American League. Teoscar finished the 2021 season batting .296 with 32 home runs and 116 RBIs. Later, for the second year, he won the AL Silver Slugger for right field.
On 22nd March 2022, Teoscar signed a $10.65 million contract with the Blue Jays.
After the 2022 season, the Blue Jays traded Teoscar to the Seattle Mariners for Adam Macko and Erik Swanson.
Teoscar Hernandez Traded To The Seattle Mariners
Toronto Blue Jays player Teoscar Hernandez was traded to The Seattle Mariners on Wednesday. Erik Swanson, a Right-handed reliever, and Adam Macko, a left-handed pitching prospect, went to the Blue Jays.
Toronto Blue Jays player Teoscar Hernandez was traded to The Seattle Mariners on Wednesday. Erik Swanson, a Right-handed reliever, and Adam Macko, a left-handed pitching prospect, also went to the Blue Jays.
Toronto’s willingness to deal with All-Star outfielder and two-time Silver Slugger Award winner Teoscar is more to do with his contract than the quality of his play. And after the 2023 season, Teoscar is due to hit free agency and is expected to make nearly $14 million in arbitration. Toronto Blue Jays are planning to acquire another outfielder this offseason, as known from the sources.
Swanson and Macko added one arm expected to help this year, and another one is a high-end-starter potential.
Both teams announced the deal early morning on 16th November, Wednesday.
Teoscar Hernandez Social Appearance:
Teoscar has an active Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook profile with around 85.7K, 29.3K, and 760 followers. He usually posts personal and professional pictures here.