Fernando Tatis Jr leaves the San Diego Padres after a collision that injured his shoulder

San Diego didn't add another player at the end of the ...

Fernando Tatis Jr., suffered a strong shock after a play to get third base just as he slid his feet down the field and thus prevent Brendan Rodgers from reaching the playFor this reason, the San Diego Padres baseball player had an impact on his left shoulder after falling to the ground. Once the assists came in, The player left the diamond in Friday’s game between the Padres and the Colorado Rockies.

It should be noted that this same Friday the exchanges within the Major League institutions culminated and San Diego did not add another arm within the squad heading to the playoffsSo the team is wondering what will happen to their star. Fernando Tatis Jr., left on foot, although he was accompanied by Jayce Tingler, current manager of the team, while the same coach held the left shoulder of his player.

Tatis comes from a left shoulder injury in April 2021, which is why he was out 10 days on the disabled list with 10 games without going to the diamond. Not even two months passed and on June 19 he felt his arm diminished again when he wanted to go to a ball, but this time he only let go of one match. When he returned, he had a great level in 19 games in a row just before the All-Star Game where he was selected as the starter of the National League.

Until now Tatis has a record 31 home runs, 23 steals and a .650 slugging score, added to a 1,021 OPS and 78 runs scored., so San Diego would see his future of the season difficult if the player goes out for more dates. Even bad news adds to San Diego Padres because they were not at all to hire Max Scherzer, José Berríos and Jon Gray, but the date of exchanges ended without fresh air in a squad that seeks the title this 2021.

After leaving the Petco Park lawn, Ha-seong Kim took Tatis’s place in the third inning the San Diego institution lost with four runs to zero.In such a way that the game looks complicated because with a wonderful first inning by the Colorado Rockies, the Padres are below the mark with eight goals against.

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