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‘161km’ Razer home throw tagout… 451.5 billion shortstop → outfielder, it was good to change jobs

Fernando Tatis Jr. of the San Diego Padres boasted a strong dog throwing a 100 mph (161 km) fastball. It was a home throw from the outfield, not the mound.

Tatis Jr. started as the first right fielder in the game against the Minnesota Twins held at Target Field in Minneapolis, USA on the 11th (Korean time). On offense, he was mediocre with 1 hit in 5 at bats and 3 strikeouts, but he made a highlight scene on defense.먹튀검증

After two outs in the third inning, Minnesota got on base with a double from the left by Max Kepler, and Carlos Correa hit a double in mid-month to run away 2-0. Then, Alex Kirilov hit a hit in front of right field.

Correa sprinted home from second base to third base, and Tatis Jr., who caught the ball one-bound, sent a bullet home and delivered it to catcher Brett Sullivan one-bound. Sullivan tagged out Correa, and Tatis Jr.’s accurate and quick home throw shone.

Tatis Jr.’s home throwing speed was a whopping 100 mph. said, “It was the fastest throw among outfield assists in the major leagues this season.” The media continued, “Tatis Jr. has changed positions this season, and he still uses the same cannon on his right arm. He recorded his second outfield assist of the season. He delivered a one-bound strike to the catcher and put Correa out.”

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Tatis Jr., who took the entire 2022 season off last year due to wrist surgery and a ban on taking prohibited drugs, changed his position to right fielder when he returned after his suspension this year.

San Diego signed shortstop Xander Bogarts as a free agent last winter for 11 years and $280 million. With super utility Kim Ha-seong as shortstop and second baseman, Tatis Jr. moved to the outfield.

Tatis Jr. made his major league debut in 2019 and exploded his talent with a batting average of 3.1 7, 22 homers and 53 RBIs in 84 games. San Diego signed a 14-year, $340 million (approximately 451.5 billion won) contract with Tatis Jr. ahead of the 2021 season. said, “Tatis Jr. had a stellar first three seasons as a shortstop. But the Padres signed Bogarts in the offseason and moved Tatis Jr. to right field. As Tatis Jr. neared his return from an 80-game suspension in late April, the Padres praised Tatis Jr.’s potential to show off his arms as a full-time outfielder.” Director Bob Melvin said, “It’s a special arm.”

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