Torres batted .250 in 103 games this season, smacking 68 hits, 17 doubles, one triple, two home runs, 21 RBI's, 22 walks, 61 strikeouts and scored 33 runs. He recorded a .302 on-base percentage and .342 slugging percentage equaling a .644 OPS. He produced 14 multi-hit games and five three-hit games.
The switch-hitter loved playing at AT&T Park, batting .321 with 42 hits, 12 doubles and scored 17 runs in 50 games. The 35-year-old batted .291 against left-handers, while he struggled facing righties, batting .206.
Torres will have surgery in Charlotte, North Carolina by Dr. Robert Anderson, who is the Carolina Panthers' orthopedist and a foot specialist. Giants manager Bruce Bochy said Torres will face about six months of rehabilitation.
Torres signed a one-year deal before the season and who knows if he will be wearing a Giants uniform next season. In his four seasons with the Giants, (2009-2011, 2013) Torres batted .252 in 429 games and was instrumental in the Giants championship run back in 2010.
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