The Dominican player from San Diego Padres said he wants to be every day for the 60 games of the tight 2020 calendar in the MLB.
Fernando Tatis Jr. goes through a moment of absolute confidence in San Diego Padres Looking ahead to what is coming, in a particular calendar for Big leagues that was affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
“For those 60 games, I aim very high. I would like to have very, very crazy numbers. But the most important thing is to get ready to be in the 60 games every day, “the Dominican official told the media.
“That is going to be the most important thing, playing every day and showing the same energy that I have every day and I hope to give the boys a little bit to get out of this together,” added the shortstop.
Last season, he played 84 games at a good level, but his absences due to injuries left the Padres in last place in the National West Division. Now the goal will be to return to the postseason, something that the franchise has not achieved since 2006.
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