17 Facts About Andrew Toles


Alvin Andrew Toles was born on May 24,1992 and is an American professional baseball outfielder in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

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Andrew Toles was selected by the Tampa Bay Rays in the third round of the 2012 Major League Baseball draft and played for the organization until 2015.

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Andrew Toles signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers after the 2015 season and made his major league debut in 2016, and still remains on the club's restricted list despite not playing a game since 2018.

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Andrew Toles enrolled at the University of Tennessee to play college baseball for the Tennessee Volunteers.

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Andrew Toles was suspended from Chipola's baseball team in 2012, for breaking team rules.

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In 2013, playing for the Bowling Green Hot Rods of the Class A Midwest League, Andrew Toles led the league in batting average and hits and was named a Mid- and Post-Season All-Star, a Topps Class-A All-Star, a MiLB.

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Andrew Toles was admonished first for not running hard to first, and was then pulled from a game for not hustling.

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Andrew Toles signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers after the 2015 season.

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Andrew Toles returned to the Dodgers in 2017, making their Opening Day starting lineup.

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Andrew Toles spent most of the season with Oklahoma City, where he hit.

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Andrew Toles did not report to spring training in 2019, and the Dodgers announced that he was dealing with a personal matter and was out indefinitely.

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Andrew Toles was placed on the restricted list at the start of the season.

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Andrew Toles did not return to the team during the 2019 season and did not appear in any games.

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Andrew Toles eventually asked for a release from the Rays and spent time in a mental health treatment center in 2015.

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Between the 2015 and 2016 Major League Baseball seasons, Andrew Toles spent two weeks working in the frozen-foods section of a Georgia Kroger grocery store.

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In 2018, Andrew Toles was diagnosed with bipolar disorder and schizophrenia after spending two weeks in a mental health hospital.

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Andrew Toles is the son of Alvin Toles, who played college football at the University of Tennessee and then played in the National Football League.

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