The strange and worrying thing about Fernando Tatis Jr’s new injury

The strange and worrying thing about Fernando Tatis Jr’s new injury
The strange and worrying thing about Fernando Tatis Jr’s new injury

The San Diego Padres They placed the star outfielder Fernando Tatis Jr.. on the 10-day disabled list with a femoral stress reaction, nothing related to the hit in the elbow he took the other day.

The stress reaction is in the upper part of the right leg of Fernando Tatis Jr.. , who has been experiencing full-body cramps since the beginning of the season, told Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune. There is no timetable for a return, but Tatis Jr.. He said his goal is after the All-Star Game.

“It is a huge gap. I don’t want to publish it because people are going to expect things. But it will take some time. We know that we are trying to target the right things after the All-Star Game, but we are talking about something serious in my bone, in my right leg.”
-Tatis, according to The Associated Press

Fernando Tatis Jr.. he has been playing injured.

The Gold and Platinum Glove winner revealed that he has been playing through the injury for most of the season, explaining what the symptoms are.

“It can get worse and we don’t want that. He was playing and probably could have moved on, but the doctors recommended curing him now so he wouldn’t get worse. It’s just better this way.”
-Tatis on new injury.

The 25-year-old has 14 home runs, 36 RBIs, eight stolen bases and an .821 OPS in 80 games this season. Until now he was the most voted right fielder in the National League, only behind Christian Yelich of the Milwauuke Brewers.

 
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