Fernando Tatis Jr. (24, San Diego Padres) is having a spring of humiliation. It seems that it will take some time to recover the sense of practice.메이저사이트

In February 2021, Tatis signed a 14-year, $340 million (approximately 441.6 billion won) contract with San Diego. For San Diego, it’s a high-risk investment in a 22-year-old shortstop who debuted in the majors in 2019 and played just 143 games through 2020.

Tatis’ potential, Schilling, is still recognized as an all-time high in the major leagues teeming with prospects. It is too early to calculate the profit and loss of the San Diego investment at this point. However, in 2022, it was a disappointing move to receive a motorcycle accident, wrist injury and surgery, banned substance use and even discipline.

Tatis is expected to return from disciplinary action at the end of April. Apart from that, he can participate normally in exhibition matches. He appeared in a total of four games before the San Francisco Giants on the 1st, before the Seattle Mariners on the 3rd, before the Arizona Diamondbacks on the 5th, and before the LA Dodgers on the 7th.

His grades are disappointing. 2 walks, 2 runs, 4 strikeouts in 10 at-bats. He blew the entire year of 2022, and it has to be taken into account that it is a real battle after a long time. Anyway, Tatis is not a player to worry about. With the addition of Zander Bogarts and the growth of Ha-Sung Kim, it’s difficult to play shortstop anymore, but San Diego will guarantee Tatis an outfield spot this season.

However, Tatis is a player who has to see the game with a bat anyway. If the bat doesn’t explode, he has no choice but to be in trouble as a San Diego player. Bogatz, Ha-Sung Kim, Manny Machado and Juan Soto have all been or will be removed from the national team for the WBC. For Tatis, now is a golden opportunity to restore the trust of the club.

Health is the most important thing. The wrist is fine, and the issue of shoulder dislocation, which habitually caused trouble in the 2021 season, must also be managed well. The third season with 441.6 billion won. I can’t let San Diego disappoint me anymore. According to the San Diego Union Tribune, Tatis was booed by fans. Of course, it is presumed to be a Dodgers fan, but it was a shock and humiliation for Tatis.

According to 97.3 The Fan’s Twitter account, Tatis responded to the booing from Dodgers fans by saying, “Oh yeah. It was fine. Hearing such booing, it seems like you and I have a history.” He tried to pass it off coolly, but it was a bittersweet day for Tatis.

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