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    San Diego Padres' star shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. has been handed a huge 80-game suspension by Major League Baseball for violating the league's drug policy. Tatis, 23, has been rehabbing his way back from wrist injury and had recently began an assignment with the Padres Double-A affiliate, but is now not going to see any MLB action for the whole of this season and well into the next. There was no firm timetable on his injury return but he was projected to be back with San Diego in mid-August, which will now not be the case after MLB announced the ban on Friday evening. Fernando Tatis Jr. was handed an 80 game suspension by Major League Baseball for violating the league's Performance Enhancing Drug policy Tatis tested positive for Clostebol, which is an anabolic steroid derivative of the natural hormone testosterone, and is on the MLB's banned list. He will miss the final 48 games of this season and the first 32 games of next season, per Bill Shaikin of the LA Times. In a statement posted on their website, MLB said:...
    NEW YORK  — San Diego Padres star Fernando Tatis Jr., one of the brighest, freshest stars in all of Major League Baseball, was suspended 80 games on Friday after testing positive for a performance-enhancing substance. The penalty imposed by MLB was effective immediately, meaning the dynamic shortstop cannot play in the majors this year. He will miss the remaining 48 regular-season games this season and the first 32 next year. Flashy at the plate and in the field, the 23-year-old Tatis was an All-Star last season when he led the National League with 42 home runs. He had not played this season after breaking his wrist in spring training. MLB said Tatis tested positive for Clostebol, a performance-enhancing substance. “It turns out that I inadvertently took a medication to treat ringworm that contained Clostebol,” Tatis said in a statement released by the players’ union. “I should have used the resources available to me in order to ensure that no banned substances were in what I took. I failed to do so.” “I have no excuse for my error, and I...
    San Diego Padres star Fernando Tatis Jr. was suspended for 80 games Friday due to a drug violation, the professional baseball team said on Friday. The shortstop violated Major League Baseball's Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program when he tested positive for performance-enhancing drug Clostebol, the Padres said in a statement. "We were surprised and extremely disappointed to learn today that Fernando Tatis Jr. tested positive for a performance-enhancing substance in violation of Major League Baseball's Joint Prevention and Treatment Program, and subsequently received an 80-game suspension without pay," the team said in a statement, according to CBS Sports. "We fully support the Program and are hopeful that Fernando will learn from this experience." San Diego Padres's Fernando Tatis Jr. watches from the dugout during the team's baseball game against the Arizona Diamondbacks, Saturday, July 16, 2022, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Derrick Tuskan) Such a suspension will sideline Tatis Jr. for the rest of the season, and it stretches into the 2023 season. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE FROM THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER ...
    After trading closer Josh Hader to the San Diego Padres, the Milwaukee Brewers brought in a veteran reliever in Trevor Rosenthal. The Milwaukee Brewers made the stunning decision to trade closer Josh Hader to the San Diego Padres. It was a move that left the fanbase and even the players scratching their heads. Well now, the team has filled the void with a veteran who the Brewers know all too well. According to Jon Heyman of the New York Post, the Brewers are acquiring Trevor Rosenthal from the San Francisco Giants. Rosenthal was the former closer for the St. Louis Cardinals during his time with the team from 2012 until 2017. Rosenthal traded to Brewers. Trevor that is. — Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) August 2, 2022 Brewers add Trevor Rosenthal to fill void in bullpen While Rosenthal carries a big name, he has not pitched in a single game for the past two seasons. Last year, Rosenthal missed the entire campaign for the Oakland Athletics after he underwent surgeries for thoracic outlet syndrome and a torn hip labrum. Rosenthal did not...
    A streaker led security on a wild chase as they invaded the field during the San Diego Padres's win against the Minnesota Twins Friday.  The Padres hit season highs in homers (five) and extra-base hits (seven) in a 10-1 home rout of the Minnesota Twins Friday.  One fan was clearly bored of the Padres' blowout and decided to liven up the on-field action at Petco Park.  A streaker invaded the field during the San Diego Padres' win over the Minnesota Twins Friday The field invader led security on a wild chase across the outfield in nothing but his underwear RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next How's that for a start? James Outman hits incredible two-run... San Francisco Giants shortstop Thairo Estrada forced out of... In-demand Juan Soto says 'it feels weird' being a part of... Chicago White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson is suspended for... Share this article Share The shirtless fan, who wore nothing but stars-and-stripes underwear and white sneakers, decided to interrupt the 10-1 laugher by invading the open field. ...
    As one of the biggest names on the list of potential trades in Major League Baseball, Nationals star Juan Soto is still getting used to his name being thrown around in the media. Trade talks continue to circulate ahead of Tuesday's trade deadline as the Dominican Republic-born outfielder has rejected multiple offers to stay in the nation's capitol.  The 2022 Home Run Derby winner has received multiple contract extension proposals, with the most recent being a reported 15-year, $440million deal. That contract would have made Soto the highest paid player in baseball, overtaking the $426.5 million deal given to Los Angeles Angels star Mike Trout. Juan Soto's time in Washington could come to a very abrupt end this week  Soto won the 2022 Home Run Derby, as part of his second All-Star selection Soto was a key contributor on the 2019 Nationals team that won the World Series That rejection of a contract offer has set a rumor mill alight within MLB circles, as fans try putting together potential trades to see if their favorite teams could land the slugger....
    DENVER (AP) — San Diego star third baseman Manny Machado sprained his left ankle while taking a tumble running out a grounder and the Colorado Rockies completed a three-game sweep, beating the Padres 8-3 Sunday.Machado, who is hitting 328 with 12 home runs and 46 RBIs, was injured in the first inning and exited the game. The Padres said X-rays were negative. DENVER, CO – JUNE 19: Colorado Rockies catcher Elias Diaz (35) hits a home run in the sixth inning during a regular season game between the San Diego Padres and Colorado Rockies on June 19, 2022, at Coors Field in Denver, CO. (Photo by Brandon Sloter/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images) “Fortunately, when he felt himself slip, he was able to shift his weight to the right and probably avoid more serious damage,” acting manager Ryan Flaherty said. “All in all, it’s as good as it could be.” Flaherty said it’s still uncertain how long Machado will be out. “We have to wait for some of the swelling to go down and he gets treated,” he said. “We’ll...
    San Diego Padres star third baseman Manny Machado left Sunday’s game after a scary ankle injury. San Diego Padres third baseman and early NL MVP candidate Manny Machado left Sunday’s game against the Colorado Rockies in the first inning. He suffered an ankle injury after he hit a ball in front of home plate. When he was running down the baseline and when his foot hit first base, it slid off the back of the base and he rolled his ankle. Machado, 29, had to be helped off the field by the Padres’ training staff and he could barely put any weight down on it. Here is the video of the play (warning: the video is graphic). The absolute last thing the Padres want to see. Manny Machado appears to hurt his ankle after stepping on first base on a groundout. pic.twitter.com/8PJMZwAUNH — Casey Drottar (@CDrottar19) June 19, 2022 San Diego Padres third baseman Manny Machado has suffered an ankle injury The severity of San Diego Padres third baseman Manny Machado’s ankle injury is unknown, as of this publication,...
    The Oakland Athletics continue to ship their best players elsewhere this offseason. This time, the San Diego Padres snagged Sean Manaea. Per Mark Feinsand, the Athletics are dealing Manaea to the Padres, a team that could use some pitching depth considering lingering injuries to the likes of Mike Clevinger. San Diego intends to contend this season, while Oakland does not. Sometimes it’s that simple. San Diego has been active in trade talks lately, as just Saturday the Padres tried shipping Eric Hosmer’s contract to the Mets. The A’s still have the likes of Frankie Montas, who could be an intriguing trade target come the deadline. Sean Manaea trade details: PadresAs of now, all we know is that the Padres will be sending two prospects back in return. Full trade, per source: Oakland gets Euribiel Angeles and Adrian Martinez, San Diego gets Sean Manaea and Aaron Holiday. — Mark Feinsand (@Feinsand) April 3, 2022 Angeles is the Padres’ No. 12 prospect per MLB Pipeline, while Martinez is No. 26.Sean Manaea contractManaea, 30, is on a one-year, $9.75 million contract, which...
    Seattle's first big move of the offseason was completing a deal Jerry Dipoto tried to make last summer. The Mariners finally landed Adam Frazier on Saturday, acquiring the All-Star second baseman in a trade with the San Diego Padres. "We thought we were at the goal line to acquire Adam at trade deadline last year," said Dipoto, Seattle's president of baseball operations. "Obviously we missed out and we stayed in touch with the Padres as we headed into the offseason knowing that they had a pretty robust roster. And we just liked the player so we stuck with it." CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM The move cost Seattle two minor leaguers, but it addresses one of the team's biggest needs entering the offseason; adding a middle infielder to pair with shortstop J.P. Crawford. Frazier’s versatility means the Mariners can still be aggressive with other possible transactions should another middle infielder become available. Seattle is expected to be active this offseason after it went 90-72 this year and fell just short of its first playoff appearance since 2001....
    The San Diego Padres are reportedly looking at Michael Brdar, most recently with the Giants, to be the club’s new hitting coach.  On the heels of a season in which the San Diego Padres seemed easily bound for the playoffs only for a late-season skid to take them out of the postseason, the organization is looking to capitalize on the talented young core of players that includes Fernando Tatis Jr., Manny Machado and many others. To do so, it seems as if they are trying to get a hold of a “rising star” in MLB as it pertains to hitting coaches. According to our own Robert Murray, the Padres are targeting Michael Brdar to be the next hitting coach in San Diego. Brdar, though just 27 years old, was most recently with the San Francisco Giants, a division rival, as a hitting coordinator and is sought-after in the league. The San Diego Padres have targeted Michael Brdar to be their next hitting coach, according to sources familiar with the situation. Brdar, 27, was the San Francisco Giants’ hitting coordinator and considered...
    Stars with milestone birthdays in October 2021 Most and Least Expensive States for Household Bills Fernando Tatis didn’t hold back when claiming his National League best 42nd home run of the season on Thursday night. The San Diego Padres star went all out — and sent his ball completely out of Dodger Stadium. Tatis, in the top of the fifth inning on Thursday night in Los Angeles, drilled a two-run shot that bounced off the left field pavilion roof and into the parking lot at Dodger Stadium. In total, the homer traveled a wild 467 feet. "467," yeah okay. pic.twitter.com/vyoWrSH2LT— San Diego Padres (@Padres) October 1, 2021 The homer was the first to make it out of Dodger Stadium since Giancarlo Stanton did so in 2015 with the Miami Marlins, per MLB.com. Tatis now has 42 home runs on the season, the best in the National League. He sits in fifth in Major League Baseball, however, and six behind Kansas City Royals catcher Salvador Perez, who leads with 48. Though he won’t claim the league title, and the Padres...
    The woman who has accused Trevor Bauer of sexual assault had previous sexual relationships with two members of the rival San Diego Padres, shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. and pitcher Michael Clevinger, she tearfully revealed in court.    The 27-year-old, identified only as Ms. Hill, testified for a second time on Tuesday during a hearing to extend her restraining order against the Dodger's pitcher for five years.   Under cross-examination from his attorney Shawn Holley, Hill, who claimed she is 'terrified' and 'lives in fear' of Bauer, confessed to her earlier flings with other MLB players.  She broke down in tears in the witness box as she admitted that she had been fired from the Pad Squad - a San Diego Padres promotional group - because of her sexual relationship with Tatis Jr. in 2019. When grilled about her fling with Michael Clevinger in October 2020, Hill initially pushed back asking why is this relevant,' before admitting to the affair. Trevor Bauer's alleged victim, Ms. Hill, was seen arriving at a hotel in Downtown, Los Angeles after her court hearing on Monday....
    (CBS Local)- As the Major League Baseball season approaches the home stretch, the jockeying for playoff position is well underway. In pursuit of the five spots in each league, teams are hoping to put their best foot forward over the next six weeks and part of doing so is having a healthy roster. With that in mind, a pair of contenders for playoff spots are getting a boost this week with a pair of stars returning. This week’s Baseball report focuses on those two returning stars, what it means for their team’s playoff hopes and a rare baseball car going for a record amount at auction. READ MORE: RTD Suspends BroncosRide Bus Service To This Seasons Home Games Tatis Jr. Returns When the Padres placed Tatis Jr. on the 10-day injured list with a subluxation of his left shoulder on July 30, there was question whether he would return considering that it was the third time he had injured the shoulder this season. After his stay on the IL, Tatis Jr. was able to make his return to the lineup...
    OAKLAND — A’s starter Sean Manaea went six scoreless and Padres starter Blake Snell caved to the A’s offense when these two starters went toe-to-toe last week. The script completely flipped on Tuesday, with the A’s falling 8-1 to the San Diego Padres, without Fernando Tatis Jr., on Tuesday night. It was clear Manaea was in for a rough day from the very start, when Padres leadoff hitter Tommy Pham worked him for a nine-pitch at-bat that ended with a solo home run, and Manaea tossed 25 pitches in that first inning. But a grueling second inning proved most detrimental. The Padres put three more runs on five singles — mostly of the seeing-eye variety — in a 36-pitch inning that might’ve been extended by a few borderline calls by home plate umpire Paul Clemons. Manaea rebounded with a handful of short innings, but was pulled with one out in the fifth inning after giving up a double to Manny Machado. Reliever Deolis Guerra couldn’t hold him, walking Wil Myers before giving up a two-run double to Austin...
    In less than one year after making his MLB debut, Padres infielder Jake Cronenworth adds a cycle to his All-Star campaign. San Diego Padres infielder Jake Cronenworth has become just the third player in franchise history to hit for the cycle. The All-Star completed the historic feat on Friday against the Nationals in Washington. He got all the difficult stuff out of the way before taking care of arguably the easiest of hits to finish it off. Cronenworth notched a two-run double in his first at-bat, following that up with an RBI triple, a solo home run and finally an infield single to complete the cycle in just the sixth inning of San Diego’s route of Washington. Jake Cronenworth hits for the cycle ???? @BRWalkoff (via @MLB) pic.twitter.com/Pd3SzW8pc6 — Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) July 17, 2021 It’s one of the more unique cycle feats in baseball, as the second Padres player to complete this milestone is Cronenworth’s teammate, Wil Myers, who currently has a career-high six RBIs on the night. It’s also the first San Diego cycle to take place outside of...
    Fernando Tatis Jr. #23 of the San Diego Padres looks on in the ninth inning during Game 3 of the NLDS between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the San Diego Padres at Globe Life Field on Thursday, October 8, 2020 in Arlington, Texas.Kelly Gavin | Major League Baseball | Getty Images One of the most exciting young players in Major League Baseball has joined Gatorade's roster. San Diego Padres star shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. agreed to an endorsement deal with Gatorade and will promote its Bolt24 drink in new advertisement campaigns starting this month. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. In an interview with CNBC on Tuesday, Tatis Jr. explained why Gatorade's deal aligned better with his brand than other sports drink competitors. "Just the history that they've been a part of," Tatis Jr. said of the Pepsi-owned company. "Joining the family, Michael Jordan and all those big names, the brand speaks for itself. It's just great all the way around. I feel like it will benefit everybody all the way around." Gatorade has been on a shopping spree...
    SAN Diego Padres outfielder Tommy Pham is expected to make a full recovery after he was stabbed in the lower back outside a strip club, police said. The 32-year-old was leaving the San Diego establishment on Sunday night when the incident occurred, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported. 3 Padres outfielder Tommy Pham is expected to make a full recovery after he was stabbed in the lower back outside a strip clubCredit: Getty Images - Getty 3 Pham was leaving Pacers Showgirls International when he reportedly approached two arguing strangers and was stabbedCredit: GoogleMaps According to the newspaper, Pham had allegedly asked two arguing strangers to move away from his car, which then led to the stabbing. According to police, the stabbing, which occurred outside Pacers Showgirls International, on Midway Drive west of Rosecrans Street, required Pham to have stitches after all three layers of his skin were pierced. None of Pham's organs were damaged in the incident. ARGUING STRANGERS Pham said in a statement released by the team: “I’d like to thank the incredible medical staff at UC San Diego...
    When police dogs bite: 6 takeaways from the investigation Nearly 20,000 Amazon and Whole Foods workers tested positive for COVID-19 Fernando Tatis Jr. had the bat flip of the MLB playoffs, but the Padres star said the José Bautista-esque celebration was only the second-best of his career © Provided by INSIDER AP Photo/Gregory Bull San Diego Padres superstar Fernando Tatis Jr. ripped an opposite-field blast over the right-field fence to extend the Friars' seventh-inning lead to 9-6 over the St. Louis Cardinals Thursday night. After launching the 3-2 pitch out of the park, the 21-year-old calmly walked out of the batter's box and, with a straight face, issued one of the best bat flips of the MLB playoffs so far. Though his celebration has been compared to José Bautista's epic bat flip from the 2015 ALDS, Tatis insists that it wasn't the most impressive of his career, according to ESPN's Jeff Passan. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. On the brink of elimination from the MLB playoffs, San Diego Padres superstar Fernando Tatis Jr. ripped an opposite-field...
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