San Diego Padres Superstar Fernando Tates Junior suffered a broken wrist at some point during the holiday period and may be out of work for up to three months, General Motors A.J. Briller told reporters on Monday, Including athlete Dennis Lane. Surgery may be required. The three-month schedule will put Tates on track to return in mid-June.
“Nothing crazy, I thought it was something we could work through,” Tatis told reporters. Including AJ Cassavell of MLB.comabout injury. He said it first appeared about a month ago, Although he may return to a motorcycle accident in December. Tatis explained that the decision to perform the surgery has not yet been made.
Players and teams were not allowed to communicate during the lockdown, so clubs were not alerted of any injuries sustained during the lockdown until the end of the shutdown. This will be the third time in three seasons of 162 games that time has been lost due to injuries. In 2019 and 2021, back and shoulder problems sidelined him.
Tates, 23, has finished in the top four in the NL MVP vote in each of the past two seasons. He hit .282/.364/.611 with 42 hits in 130 games last year and has established himself as one of the game’s productive players when he’s already on the field. In his three MLB seasons, Tatis played 273 out of 384 potential regular season games, or 71 percent.
The injury is devastating news for Padres’ side as they look to recover from a hugely disappointing 2021. He entered San Diego last season as a contender for the world championships and instead went 79-83. They lost 34 of their last 46 matches. Manager Jayce Tingler was let go after the season and Padres hired Bob Melvin away from Athletics to replace him.
This is what Sportsline He has to say about the impact of Tates’ loss for nearly half of the season:
“It’s horrible. I feel like everyone is frustrated, especially me,” Tatis said to Luxaville. “I feel like we have a very good chance this year as a team, and I just want to be there for my teammates.”
- CF Trent Gresham
- 2 b Jake Kronworth
- 3 b Mane Machado
- 1 b Eric Hosmer
- RF Will Myers
- c Austin Nola
- LF gorexson brovar
- DH Nomar Mazara
- SS Ha Seung Kim
Follow Padres Nelson Cruz before agreeing with Citizens They are thinking of staying in the market for a great racket. A short-term deal with a defensive player makes the most sense. Jorge SolerAnd the Andrew McCutchenAnd the Jock Pederson are potential targets. They can consider a reunion with Tommy Fam Also, or chase after Japanese hitter Seiya Suzuki.
Favorite and not invited to the list Domingo Lipa Now he has the inside track on the team’s companion player job, so the Padres could look for a bench promotion before opening day as well. San Diego was an offensive halfway side last season and they are one more injury away from looking very weak in the lineup.
Tates was nothing short of smart when he was on the field. He’s not on the field as much as Padres would like. Tates is entering the second year of the record 14-year, $340 million contract he signed last spring.