After all, the return process of a ‘genius hitter’ is also different.
Fernando Tatis Jr. (24) of the San Diego Padres, who is about to return to the major leagues, is currently learning how to play in the minor leagues at Triple-A.
Tatis Jr. started as the designated hitter in the minor league Triple-A match against the Albuquerque Isotops held at Southwest University Park in El Paso, Texas on the 17th (Korean time) and went 2 hits, 1 RBI, and 1 run in 5 at-bats including a home run. has been very active as
Tatis Jr.’s recent moves are frightening. Tatis Jr., who hit 3 homers and 8 RBIs in the match against Albuquerque on the 14th, slammed the opponent’s mound with 2 homers and 3 RBIs in the match against Albuquerque on the 16th. Adding to this the one home run he hit on the 17th, he vomited up his spirit by recording 6 home runs in the last 12 at-bats. Tatis Jr., who played in 8 Triple-A games, had a batting average of .515, 7 homers, 15 RBIs and 2 stolen bases. The OPS is 1.802, which is beyond imagination. 바카라
Above all, the figures that prove his strength are his batting speed and strong batting ratio. Currently, his batting speed at Triple-A is 94.9 miles (153 km), and his strong batting rate is 61.5%. This is a better record than when he played in the major leagues in 2021. In response to this, the US’CBS Sports’ interpreted, “Hitting the ball so hard means that the condition of the wrist and shoulder has improved.” Tatis Jr. also underwent rehabilitation after undergoing surgery on his left wrist and shoulder.
Now that I think about it, I can’t understand why he got his hands on a banned substance. Tatis Jr. caused quite a stir last year when it was revealed that he had taken one of the banned substances, Clestebol. The Major League Secretariat issued an 80-game suspension to Tatis Jr., and he can play starting on the 21st against the Arizona Diamondbacks.
San Diego was able to minimize the gap last year when Tatis Jr.’s vacancy was successful as an alternative to Kim Ha-seong as shortstop was successful. San Diego, currently down to 8-9, is still waiting for Tatis Jr. to hit the bat. Attention is focusing on whether Tatis Jr.’s hot bat, which has already been warmed up, will continue on the major league stage.