Outfielder Andrew Toles has left the Dodgers’ facility in Camelback Ranch. According to manager Dave Roberts, Toles left to be with his family.
Andrew Toles is no longer working out at Camelback Ranch. No details. #Dodgers mgr Dave Roberts said he thinks Toles left to spend time with his family.
— Bill Plunkett (@billplunkettocr) May 26, 2019
Andrew Toles has had a life and career full of personal issues and this season appears to be another one similar. Toles did not report to Spring Training this spring despite potentially being in line for a 25-man roster spot.
Toles was placed on the restricted list on March 11, prior to the start of the regular season.
Toles came on to the scene for the Dodgers in 2016 and became a fan favorite. In that season, he enjoyed a 131 wRC+ in just 115 plate appearances, also accruing 1.1 WAR.
In his career, he holds an extremely solid .286/.333/.459 slash line with a 110 wRC+.
Toles last played for the big club in 2018, receiving just 32 plate appearances as a September call-up.
I really wish the best for Andrew Toles. He’s a very talented player and has really gone through a whole lot in his life/career. Hopefully the time with his family is what he needs.
— Daniel Preciado (@DanJPreciado) May 26, 2019
Let us hope that Toles is fine with his mental health at the moment, considering his past struggles with anxiety and depression.