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Luis Torrens went 0-for-3 with one run and one strikeout in the Mariners 7-3 win Friday over Cleveland.
Torrens hit a sacrifice fly that scored Dylan Moore in the seventh inning. His struggles at the plate continue, however, as he is now hitting below the Mendoza line at .190 on the season.
Luis Torrens went 0-for-4 with two strikeouts in the Mariners 4-2 loss Thursday against Cleveland.
After Kyle Lewis, Ty France and J.P. Crawford all drew walks in the ninth inning with two outs to try and put together a late comeback, Cleveland took out Emmanuel Clase and put in Bryan Shaw who struck out Torrens to end the game.
Luis Torrens went 1-for-4 with one RBI and one run in the Mariners 9-8 loss Saturday against Texas.
It was looking like Torrens might be the hero of this game after hitting a go-ahead solo home run in the eighth inning. That quickly changed the next half inning. After Texas had already scored two runs to take the lead that next half inning, they were looking to pick up another insurance run. Seattle reliever Aaron Fletcher picked up the perfect ground ball with runners on second and third with the infield in. J.P. Crawford threw to Torrens as the runner on third went home. Torrens touched home plate as if it was a force out, forgetting to tag the runner which led to the Rangers scoring another run. The Mariners went on to only lose by one run, making that play that much more costly.
Luis Torrens went 2-for-4 with one strikeout in the Mariners 5-2 win Tuesday over Baltimore.
Torrens extended his hit streak to four games with a single and a double on Tuesday.
Luis Torrens went 1-for-3 with one run in the Mariners 2-0 win Sunday over the Angels.
After hitting a double in the fifth inning, Torrens later scored on a sacrifice fly hit by Mitch Haniger to extend the Mariners lead to 2-0.