Fernando Tatís Jr. makes his debut as an outfielder and hits a pair of home runs

Tatís returns on fire with the tree.

Fernando Tatis Jr. hit two home runs and produced four runs on his return from the disabled list, and the San Diego Padres defeated the Diamondbacks 8-2 on Sunday. from Arizona.

Tatis, 22, he racked up four hits to help the Padres snap a four-game losing streak. It was the fifth game in which the Dominican has hit at least two home runs this season, and the eighth of its kind in his career.

In right field on defense for the first time as a professional and first in the batting order, Tatis doubled to left field to start the game.

His first homer of the game was sounded in the third episode – a panoramic slap behind the left field fence. His 33rd home run of the season came in the fifth inning, a longer hit that landed more or less in the same spot to give the Padres a 2-1 lead.

Jake Cronenworth hit two-run homers in that same fifth inning to extend the lead to 4-1. It was his 17th home run of the season.

Tatis added a bases loaded single in the eighth that brought Victor Caratini to the plate. and Trent Grisham. Tatis had been on the disabled list since July 31 with a partial dislocation of his left shoulder for the third time this season.

The star usually plays in the short stops, but the Padres decided to place him in the outfield for the time being in the hope that there is less chance of injury and allows him to stay in the lineup for the rest of the season.

Craig Stammen started the game for the Padres in a bullpen game. He worked two blank innings in which he allowed a pair of hits. Reiss Knehr (1-0) was credited with the victory by conceding a run in two innings.

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