San Diego Padres star Fernando Tatis Jr. will finally have surgery on his injured left shoulder and will be out indefinitely.
Fernando Tatis Jr. believes that “all baseball‘ loses due to his 80-game PED suspension, but there has been a new development that makes his return promising. Eventually, Tatis Jr. will undergo surgery to repair his chronically injured left shoulder.
That San Diego Padres The decision was officially announced on Sunday and sources within the organization offered FanSided an insight into the situation.
According to close sources, Fernando Tatis Jr. will have surgery on his left shoulder and will be out indefinitely. He’s dislocated that shoulder a few times and held back, but he’s finally doing it during his suspension.
Tatis and the team confirmed the news on Tuesday, as the launch met with the media for the first time since news of his suspension.
Padres star Fernando Tatis Jr is out indefinitely due to shoulder surgery and rehab
In late June, Tatis Jr. spoke to FanSided’s Baseball Insiders podcast about how he was recovering from his shoulder and wrist injuries that sidelined him the entire 2022 season.
Tatis Jr. said that the time was when everything was “looking pretty good” and that his recovery is “in a really good place right now.” Tatis Jr too open about how difficult it was being absent from the field this summer, especially since he’s been playing the game since he was eight.
“It was hard. It was hard. I’ve never missed so much time on the pitch. It feels terrible. I just wanna be out there I want to be with the boys. I have 12 years left with the Padres so you have to be smart and not rush it.”
After missing 48 games for the remainder of the 2022 season, Tatis Jr. will be suspended for 32 games in the 2023 MLB season. With the date of his shoulder surgery and recovery schedule unknown, fans may have to wait some time for him to step onto the field alongside Juan Soto.
https://fansided.com/2022/08/23/padres-fernando-tatis-jr-surgery/ Padres star Fernando Tatis Jr is out indefinitely as he undergoes shoulder surgery