Fernando Tatis Jr. (24), whose punishment for banned substances is coming to an end, is maximizing his sense of hitting ahead of his return to the major leagues.
Tatis Jr. is currently affiliated with the Triple-A El Paso Chihuahuas in the minor leagues affiliated with the San Diego Padres. He plays number 1 and right field.
His momentum is amazing. Tatis Jr. has hit home runs in three consecutive games. He hit 6 home runs in 8 games. He also hit a home run in his last three games in a row.
Accordingly, Tatis Jr. recorded a batting average of 0.536, 6 home runs, 14 RBIs, 10 points, 15 hits, and an on-base percentage of 0.618 OPS of 1.868 in 8 games until the 17th.
Tatis Jr.’s punishment ends on the 20th. On the 21st, you can start playing in the major leagues from the first game of the Arizona Diamondbacks’ 4-game road trip.
El Paso, where Tatis Jr. currently belongs, will take a break on the 18th and play six consecutive away matches against the Tacoma Rainers from the 19th.
Therefore, there is a high possibility that Tatis Jr.’s last Triple A game against Albuquerque Isotops on the 17th will be the last. This is because the condition check has already been completed.
It is not yet known whether San Diego will start Tatis Jr. first in right field starting against Arizona on the 21st. However,바카라사이트 at least a pinch hitter is expected to play.
There is great interest in what kind of performance Tatis Jr., who continues to announce that the minor leagues are narrow, will perform after returning from disciplinary action.
Of course, Tatis Jr. is a player who was disciplined for discovering a banned substance. Accordingly, all records written by Tatis Jr. are being denied by fans.