Fernando Tatis Jr. Positions: Shortstop and Rightfielder Bats: Right • Throws: Right 6-3, 217lb (190cm, 98kg) Team: San Diego Padres (majors, restricted list) Born: January 2, 1999 in San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic do. Debut: March 28, 2019 (Age 20-085d, 21,824th in major league history)
2 days ago · Fernando Tatis Jr. kicked off his 2023 redemption tour, meeting with the media and those willing to give him a second chance at the Padres FanFest on Saturday. The Padres are hoping Tatis’...
Oct 25, 2022 · SAN DIEGO -- One ancillary benefit of the Padres' deep postseason run: They'll get their superstar shortstop for 12 additional games in 2023. With each Padres playoff game counting as one game served on Fernando Tatis Jr. 's suspension, the Padres now have a tentative date for Tatis' return. As the schedule currently lines up, Tatis would be eligible to return on April 20 at the start of a four-game series in Arizona (though that date is subject to change with any rainouts or other ...
2 days ago · SAN DIEGO -- Honestly, Fernando Tatis Jr. doesn't know what to expect out of the 2023 baseball season. In San Diego, at least, he's been wholly embraced again. Droves of fans clad in No. 23 jerseys lined the streets well before the gates opened for Padres FanFest on Saturday. In his home clubhouse, the same sentiment holds true.
Padres star Fernando Tatis Jr.’s fiery message on looming comeback from 80-game suspension
San Diego Padres superstar Fernando Tatis Jr. missed all of the 2022 season with injury and suspension. Tatis provided a positive update on his health, and he also had a message for his fans ...
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2 days ago · Padres star Fernando Tatis Jr., who missed the 2022 season because of injuries and a positive test for a banned substance, is "looking forward to redeeming" himself.
Fernando Gabriel Tatís Medina Jr. (born January 2, 1999), nicknamed "El Niño" or "Bebo", is a Dominican professional baseball shortstop and outfielder for the San Diego Padres of Major League Baseball (MLB). He is the son of former MLB player Fernando Tatís Sr.
Jan 2, 1999 · Padres star Fernando Tatis Jr., who missed the 2022 season because of injuries and a positive test for a banned substance, is "looking forward to redeeming" himself.