Padres: 'Cheater' Fernando Tatis Jr. not welcome
Fernando Tatis Jr. will have to spend another two weeks in the minor leagues while he completes his 80-game doping suspension, but his opponents are already not looking favorably on the return to play. star of the San Diego Padres.
For various reasons, the 24-year-old Dominican hasn't made many friends in recent years. First of all, the positive Clostebol test infuriated many, except that Tatis Jr. also terrorizes pitchers with his power.
The shortstop player also hit his first long ball in the minors, with his AAA team from El Paso, Wednesday night. Sacramento Gunner Kade McClure gave him the offering, before hitting back at him on social media.
“Cheater hits home run during rehab assignment following suspension [for use of] steroids” , he said on Twitter Thursday morning, under a publication of the cannon shot of Tatis son.
Is this pitcher a bad loser or has he simply put his finger on the sore ? After all, the Padres star is out of major league baseball until April 20. Injuries also prevented her from playing any games in 2022.
Tatis Jr. was able to take part in San Diego's preseason games, finishing with two homers and a .273 batting average in 16 games .