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San Diego Padres’ Fernando Tatis Jr., returning from drug suspension, is under fire at best.
Local media such as ‘AP’ reported on the 7th (Korean time) that Cade McClure (27), a minor league pitcher under the Giants, criticized Tatis.
Playing for the Sacramento Rivercats, a triple-A team under the club, he allowed a home run to Tatis in the fifth inning in a home game against El Paso Chihuahuas, a Triple-A team under the Padres, held at Sutter Health Park in Sacramento, California the previous day.
Afterwards, he uploaded the video of the home run on his Twitter and wrote, “The cheater hit a home run in a rehab game while taking a disciplinary action for taking steroids.”
Tatis was suspended for 80 games in August last year after being caught taking a banned substance that affects performance.
The punishment can be returned at the Arizona expedition on the 21st, which will continue until this season.
Currently rehabilitating at Triple-A El Paso, he is showing good form with 2 hits in 4 at-bats, 1 home run, 2 RBIs, 4 walks and 1 strikeout in 2 games. 카지노사이트
Once the most promising player in the league, Tatis did not play a game last year. It was all through their own fault. He was involved in a car accident while riding a motorcycle during the off-season, which resulted in a wrist injury, and he was later caught using a banned substance.
The Associated Press reported that when Tatis hit a home run in a rehabilitation game that day, there was a mixed reaction of cheers and boos. He said that when he took his own step around the third base base, the booing came out louder.
As long as the ‘Scarlet Letter’ is engraved, it seems that no matter where you go, you will not be able to avoid ridicule and criticism. At Fanfest in February, he revealed that he had dealt with negative reactions from fans on away trips throughout his playing career, and expressed his determination that he was “ready to accept the challenge.”