Teoscar José Hernández, also known as Teoscar Hernandez, was born on October 15, 1992, in the Dominican Republic. He is a Major League Baseball outfielder for the Seattle Mariners. He has played for the Houston Astros and the Toronto Blue Jays in the past. Hernández was an All-Star in 2021 and has won two Silver Slugger Awards.
The MLB offseason has started, and the Toronto Blue Jays have sent All-Star outfielder Teoscar Hernandez to the Seattle Mariners in exchange for relief pitcher Erik Swanson and left-handed minor league starter Adam Macko.
Teoscar Hernandez will give the Mariners a power boost that should work well in the middle of their lineup.
People are very interested in his personal life now that the news is out. In this post, we’ll find out everything we can about his personal life.
Who Is Teoscar Hernandez’s Wife?
Teoscar Hernandez is happily married to Jennifer Hernandez. However, it’s not clear when the couple got married. One thing we do know is that they love each other very much. The couple has been blessed with three sons, Teoscar Junior, Mateo Javier, and Julian.
Jennifer is on Instagram under the handle @jenniferhx3. She has 610 fans there. In her bio, she wrote, “Jennifer Hernandez Married to @elchino242 💍 Boy Mama 💙💙💙.”
On the other hand, Teoscar Hernandez is currently online under the handle @elchino242. He has a huge number of followers—84.4K. On the bio, he wrote, “Teoscar Hernandez Athlete mlbthe.show/teoscar.”
On April 3, Teoscar wished his sweetheart a happy birthday by writing, “On this special day I want to thank God because he allows you to meet another year of life full of health and infinite blessings 🙏🏽🙌🏽🎉 I hope in God that you give long life and that every day allows us to continue more united full of harmony par to see our grow Little men 😘 ❤️ I love you @jenniferhx3 happy birthday my queen ❤️ 😍 🥰 thank you for being the best mother God could have given me for our children ❤️ 😘 🙏🏽.”
Know About Teoscar Hernandez’s Career
In February 2011, Hernández signed with the Houston Astros as a free agent from outside the United States. He got his first job with the Dominican Summer League Astros that year.
In 2012, Hernández played for the Gulf Coast Astros, who were in the Rookie League, and the Lexington Legends, who were in the Class-A South Atlantic League. He played in a total of 59 games and had a batting average of.243. He hit five home runs, drove in 23 runs, and stole 11 bases.
Hernández was sent to Triple-A Fresno on March 21, 2017. On April 25, 2017, Jake Marisnick got hurt, so the Astros brought up Hernández to replace him. But the next day, he was put on the 10-day disabled list.
The Astros gave Hernández and Nori Aoki to the Toronto Blue Jays on July 31, 2017, in exchange for Francisco Liriano.
On March 22, 2022, Hernández signed a contract with the Blue Jays for $10.65 million, which kept him from having to go to salary arbitration. The Blue Jays traded Hernández to the Seattle Mariners after the 2022 season for Erik Swanson and Adam Macko.