SAN DIEGO – Fernando Tatis Jr, hurled one of the most brutal deeds at Anthony Desklafani in the arc on Monday and crumpled into the dirt in pain – the Dress senses. Quickly hurt by their fans’ dresses, and forthright with the sport as a whole.
TATIS – San Diego’s dazzling 22-year-old shortstop and one of baseball’s most exciting players suffered damage to the left shoulder in the third inning of TATIS. The Padres’ 3-2 loss to the Giants on Monday. He left the field in apparent pain with his manager Jayce Tingler and the team̵7;s sports coach. There is no timetable for Tatis’ recovery yet, and the team said he will undergo an MRI and be re-evaluated on Tuesday.
“It would be very difficult to predict without an MRI and get all those things the doctor needed to check and make a call,” Tingler later said.
For most of his career, Tatis has struggled with pain in his left shoulder, a fact that happened in March when he left the Spring Training game because of it.He returned to the field two days later. But considering Tati’s reaction on Monday night, the Dress may look significantly longer absent (Tingler added it was too early to speculate about the surgery).
After the first injury – where he was treated while spinning the ground ball – Tati continued to receive daily treatment on his shoulder. He reassured the dress that it felt okay. However, on Monday night, Tingler revealed that Tatis had suffered a slight drop in the shoulder in the past as well, saying, “It’s coming out and going back in,” just never reaching this climax.
“That is the best [pain] I’ve seen him before, ”Tingler said.
Of course, Tati signed a 14-year contract with the Padres that set a record in February after two superb seasons. But shorter in the big leagues Considering his ridiculous production in those two seasons – .301 / .374 / .582 with 39 homers and 27 steals in 143 games – any injury Tati would crush the Padres with. World Series ambitions and Dodgers to cope In the National League Western
Tati has dealt with minor injuries throughout his career.He has only played 84 games over the new season due to a hamstring and back injury. He broke his left thumb at the Minors in 2018 and shortened his season.
Tatis got off to a slow start in 2021, hitting just .167 with five errors in five games. He was replaced by a short break by Ha-Song Kim, a Korean off-season striker who will likely make Tati’s main substitute in a short time if he misses a crucial moment, Tingler said of Jake Cronenworth, Jorge. Mateo and Tucupita Marcano that are also options.
“Kim will be the first choice,” Tingler said. “We know Mateo can play there, Tuc can play there, and of course Jake, I feel like we’re going to have a guy who can do that.”
Certainly not Tatis’ incredibly lofty standards.
Padres create enough positional depth and flexibility that they believe they have large, quality leaguers in every position, even in the event of an injury. But Tati was a bit more clear than that. He is the spark behind the resurrection of the dynamic five-tool franchise and superstar. Even at the beginning of the season, he released a 465-foot Moonshot and maneuvered the tag with a Matrix-esque slide.
Tatis’ injuries hit Petco Park that was once bright on Monday night. The sight was especially jarring – Titis curled up in front of the house plate with wriggles. After about 30 seconds on the ground, he stood and walked off the court by a sports coach who stabilized his arms.
“You don’t like seeing anyone injured, especially those guys who enjoy games for fans and baseball games,” DeSclafani said. “Every time there is an injury to a guy like that, it’s not good to see. Hopefully he can recover quickly and that he can be back and ready for the pitch. ”
Dress starter Adrian Morjon sharpened for four innings. But allowing Homers to go to Darin Roof and Evan Longgoria, Craig Stammen surrendered a single blowout to squeeze Mike Yastrzemski in the seventh. San Diego brought two men aboard the ninth. But Tommy Pham flew out on the warning to end the story.
It was a show without inspiration. But if Dresses’ thoughts weren’t so straightforward that night’s game – that might just be understandable.
“They’re professional and they keep doing business,” Tingler said. [Tatis’ injury] It is heavy in their hearts and certainly in their minds as well. “