Santiago-Fernando Tatis Jr. waved his hand on a bend from Anthony DeSclafani on Monday and plunged into the painful mud-Padres, their The fans and frankly, the whole sport quickly felt pain.
Tatis San Diego, a dizzying 22-year-old shortstop and one of the most exciting players in baseball, suffered a left shoulder subluxation in the third game of Padris’s 3-2 loss to the Giants on Monday. Accompanied by manager Jayce Tingler and the team sports coach, he left the court in pain. There is no timetable for Tatis’ recovery. The research team stated that he will undergo an MRI and will be reassessed on Tuesday.
Tingler said afterwards: “If you don’t have an MRI and get everything the doctor needs to see and make a phone call, it’s difficult to guess.
For most of his career, Tatis has struggled with a sore left shoulder-a fact that was revealed when he withdrew from spring training in March. Two days later, he returned to the wild. But considering Tatis’ reaction on Monday night, the priests may consider missing a longer time. (Tingler added that it is too early to speculate on the operation).
After the first injury (he was injured when he handed over the ground ball), Tatis continued to receive daily treatment. He assured the priests and felt pretty good. However, on Monday night, Tingler revealed that Tatis had also experienced a slight shoulder dislocation in the past, and said: “It came out and came back.”
“That’s the most [pain] I have seen him,” Tingler said.
Of course, after two brilliant (but shortened) seasons in the major leagues, Tatis signed a record 14-year contract with Padres in February. Considering his ridiculous performance in these two seasons-.301/.374/.582, 39 home runs and 27 steals in 143 games-any damage to Tatis is for a team with World Series ambitions The Padres team that Dodgers dealt with was a heavy blow to the Western Conference.
Tatis has dealt with some injuries throughout his career. Due to hamstring and back injuries, he played only 84 games in his rookie season. He also suffered a fracture in a minor in 2018 and the season was shortened.
Tatis started very slowly in 2021, with five turnovers in five games and only hit .167. Ha-Seong Kim, who signed during the offseason in South Korea, will soon replace him. If he misses a lot of time, he may become the main replacement for Tatis in a short time. Tingler also mentioned Jake Cronenworth, Jorge Mateo and Tucupita Marcano as options.
Tingler said: “Kim will be the first choice.” “We know that Mateo can play there, Tuc can play there, and of course Jake. I think we will have the ability to do this.”
Of course, it doesn’t meet Tatis’s incredibly lofty standards.
The Padres have enough depth and positional flexibility, and they believe that they have excellent major league players in every position even in the case of injuries. But Tatis obviously doesn’t stop there. He is the spark behind the team’s re-emergence and a vibrant five-knife superstar. Even in his initial struggles, he has launched a 465-foot moon and avoided tags with Matrix slides.
On Monday night, Tatis’ injury caused a severe blow to the once vibrant Petco Park. The visual effect was particularly harsh-Tatis curled up in front of the home plate, twisting. After staying on the ground for about 30 seconds, he stood up and left the field, and a sports coach stabilized his arm.
DeSclafani said: “You don’t want to see someone injured, especially someone like this. He is very interesting in games, fans and baseball games.” “Anytime someone like this gets injured, it doesn’t look good. I hope he can soon. Recover and be able to return to the court.”
Padres’ starter Adrian Morejon performed well in four games, but allowed home runs to reach Lin Ruf and Evan Longoria. Craig Stammen surrendered a single explosion to defeat Mike Yastrzemski in seventh place. San Diego uploaded two men in ninth, but Tommy Farm fled to the warning runway to end it.
It was an uninspiring performance, but if the clergy’s ideas did not match the game that night, then it might be understandable.
Tingler said: “These guys are very professional and will continue to do business.” “But [Tatis’ injury] In their hearts, of course, but also in their thoughts, a heavy burden. “