Teoscar José Hernández, who is also called Teoscar Hernandez, was born in the Dominican Republic on October 15, 1992. He plays center field for the Seattle Mariners in Major League Baseball. He used to play baseball for both the Houston Astros and the Toronto Blue Jays. Hernández has won two Silver Slugger Awards and was an All-Star in 2021.
The MLB offseason has started, and the Toronto Blue Jays have traded All-Star outfielder Teoscar Hernandez to the Seattle Mariners for relief pitcher Erik Swanson and left-handed minor league starter Adam Macko.
The Mariners will get more power from Teoscar Hernandez, which should work well in the middle of their lineup.
Now that the news is out, people are very interested in his personal life. We’ll learn everything we can about his personal life in this post.
Who Is Teoscar Hernandez’s Wife?
Teoscar Hernandez is married to Jennifer Hernandez, who he loves very much. But it’s not clear when the couple tied the knot. We do know that they care a lot about each other. Teoscar Junior, Mateo Javier, and Julian are the couple’s three sons.
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Jennifer is on Instagram under the handle @jenniferhx3. There, 610 people like her. She wrote, “Jennifer Hernandez” in her bio. Married to @elchino242 💍 Boy Mama 💙💙💙.”
Teoscar Hernandez, on the other hand, is online right now under the name @elchino242. He has a lot of fans—84.4K of them. “Teoscar Hernandez Athlete mlbthe.show/teoscar” was written on the bio.
On April 3, Teoscar wrote to his girlfriend to wish her a happy birthday. He said, “On this special day, I want to thank God for giving you another year of life full of health and blessings.” I hope that God gives you a long life and that every day we can stay more united and get along better so we can watch our little men grow. I love you @jenniferhx3 Happy birthday, my queen! Thank you for being the best mother God could have given me for our kids.
Teoscar Hernandez Professional Life
Hernández joined the Houston Astros in February 2011 as a free agent from outside the United States. That year, he got his first job with the Astros in the Dominican Summer League.
In 2012, Hernández played for the Rookie League team Gulf Coast Astros and the Class-A South Atlantic League team Lexington Legends. He played in 59 games, and his average at bat was.243. He hit five home runs, was responsible for 23 runs being scored, and stole 11 bases.
On March 21, 2017, Hernández was moved to Triple-A Fresno. Jake Marisnick got hurt on April 25, 2017, so the Astros called up Hernández to replace him. But he was put on the 10-day disabled list the next day.
On July 31, 2017, the Houston Astros traded Hernández and Nori Aoki to the Toronto Blue Jays for Francisco Liriano.
Hernández signed a contract with the Blue Jays on March 22, 2022, for $10.65 million. This meant that he didn’t have to go to salary arbitration. After the 2022 season, the Blue Jays traded Hernández to the Seattle Mariners for Erik Swanson and Adam Macko.