Drug home run king’ Fernando Tatis Jr. (24), whose discipline was lifted in a week, exploded with 3 homers and 8 RBIs in a minor league game. It was not long before the addition of a giant gun who would add wings to the San Diego Padres lineup.
Tatis Jr. of the Triple A El Paso Chihuahuas under San Diego started on the 14th (hereinafter Korean time) in a home game against the Albuquerque Isotops (under the Colorado Rockies) held at Southwest University Park in El Paso, Texas, USA. He exploded with 5 hits and 8 RBIs in 6 at-bats, including 3.
In the first at-bat in the first inning, he was out of center field, but in the second inning, he opened the door with a two-run home run in the mid-month that reached a distance of 451 feet (137.5m). In the 4th inning, he drew an arch with a two-run home run in left-center wall. 메이저사이트
Tatis, who went on base again with a missed hit that fell in the middle left in the 5th inning, also hit a timely hit with 1 RBI in the 6th inning. It didn’t end there, but exploded a left-handed three-run home run in the last at-bat in the 8th inning, completing the game with 5 hits and 8 RBIs. Thanks to Tatis’ performance, El Paso won 19-6.
Up to this day, Tatis is exploding horribly with 11 hits in 23 at-bats, batting average of 4.77, 4 home runs, 11 RBI, 8 runs, 6 walks, 2 strikeouts, .586 slugging percentage, 1.087 OPS, and 1.673 OPS in 6 Triple A games.
Tatis, who was suspended for 80 games in August last year for discovering a banned substance, can play major league games after 20 games this year. I can play from the away game against the Arizona Diamondbacks on the 21st, but there is only one week left.
Tatis, who made his major league debut in 2019, exploded his potential by ranking 4th in the National League (NL) MVP during the 2020 Corona 19 shortened season. Before the 2021 season, he signed a 14-year, $340 million ultra-long extension contract, and that year, while missing 32 games due to a shoulder injury, he became the NL home run king (42). Last year, he took an entire year off due to a wrist injury and banned drug disciplinary action.
Tatis, who moved from shortstop to right fielder, was tasked with filling the gap in the real game for a year. At the beginning of the exhibition game, he started with no hits in 16 at-bats, but he gradually raised his sense of hitting, and now he is almost done warming up. Although it was early in the season, Tatis’ return is urgent in San Diego, where the batting line is stagnant with the team batting average 27th (.225) and OPS 20th (.721).