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Dodgers: Andrew Toles Update and His Ongoing Battle with Mental Illness

Andrew Toles is still currently on the Dodgers’ roster but hasn’t played for the team since 2018. Thanks to a piece by USA Today’s Bob Nightengale, we have an update on Toles, his battle with Schizophrenia, and his father’s ongoing efforts to try to get his “son’s life back”.

We discuss the article and give you our takeaways from the gripping piece.


Andrew Toles quickly became a fan favorite in 2016 and is now a guy we will never not root for. Whether he ever plays baseball again or not is furthest from front of mind, all we want is health and happiness and Andrew, his dad Alvin, and the entire Toles family.


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  1. Anyone….who is a True Dodger’s fan…..also, like Dave Roberts…..just wants to see this guy and hug him! Sending best wishes/prayers your way Andrew!

  2. Love to see the LA Baseball Club step up to help this young man and his family coping with the situation.
    We don’t know if they have, but I’m throwing it out there.
    Financial assistance, Home Care, anything.
    The Club can afford to do so.
    Andrew was such a talent. Only God knows how and why his life sunk to this level.
    God Bless him.

  3. I remember when he hit that grandslam in Colorado that hit and many of his plays made me super happy. Heartbreaking to hear what him and his family are enduring. I hope for him.

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