Tatis Jr., who hit a home run on ‘prohibited drugs’, is criticized as a “con

The opposing pitcher who hit a home run by Fernando Tatis Jr. (24) left a note of criticism.

On the 5th (local time), Tatis played in the away game of Triple A El Paso, affiliated with San Diego. On that day, he hit a solo home run against Cade McClure, pitcher of Triple-A Sacramento under the San Francisco Giants. 토토사이트

However, what Tatis received was booing, not cheers. The accusations didn’t stop until he hit home plate, and after the game, McClure posted on Twitter, “The cheater hit a home run in a rehab game while on steroid suspension.” The post was deleted the next day.

Tatis was suspended for 80 games in August last year for taking the performance-enhancing drug clostebol. At the time, he explained that it was for the purpose of treating skin disease, but as fans continued to criticize him, he said, “It happened entirely due to my ignorance. I have a lot of work to do for the fans in the future. I will remember this feeling and I will never be in the same situation again.”

Tatis’ punishment ends on the 20th. Last month, in the spring camp demonstration game, he recorded 12 hits in 44 at-bats, 2 homers, and a batting average of 0.273 in 16 games.

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