The Milwaukee Brewers defeated the Baltimore Orioles 4-3 on Tuesday night in the 10th inning.
In the win, 26-year-old Quebecer Abraham Toro drove in a run on a first-inning single to give the Brewers a 2-0 lead.
Recalled from the minor leagues on May 30, Toro homered against the Blue Jays on Wednesday as the Brewers beat Toronto 4-2. ball in a safe place on only one occasion.
The Orioles then came from behind thanks to homers from Aaron Hicks and Ryan O’Hearn. At 3-3 after nine innings, the game went into extra innings. In the tenth inning, Joey Wiemer’s single gave Milwaukee the win by pushing Andruw Monasterio to the plate. They have five wins in their last seven games.
A native of Longueuil, Toro has seven official batting appearances since returning to MLB. In those, he drove in three runs for three hits, one run scored and one homer for a .429 batting average.
Drafted in 2016 by the Houston Astros, the infielder has 831 official batting appearances, 108 runs scored, 173 hits, 27 home runs and 102 RBIs for a .208 batting average.