Everyone is happy that Fernando is training.
Fernando Tatis Jr. On Thursday, the Padres superstar was 564 days away from a major league game. A motor injury leading to a wrist injury and an 80-game suspension for doping put Tatis out of the game for a long time.
However, the 24-year-old star is back with his team, and the team is looking forward to the fans. Tatis spoke to the media after the game, saying he was pleased to be back in the big leagues.
“Going back to the field, I think this was the highlight of the day for me. Everything I did, every attempt, every operation, every moment of the night, I think about where I will go when I wake up. Up To be next in my life.
"It's time for a kiss."
Fernando beat the goalkeepers 0-5 in a return kick, but hit hard when the ball touched the goal. However, teammate Matt Carpenter said he was nervous on the first day of Fernando's return.
"Today was like an opening day for everyone," said veteran Matt Carpenter, who retired in the fourth inning. “It's just his name. His presence. He's just a huge personality and obviously the talent of a generation. You see how the crowd reacts, it creates a new level of excitement."
Everyone, including Captain Bob Melvin, is excited about Tatis' return.
"I've been waiting for Fernando to be in the squad since I got here," said Melvin, who will arrive in 2021. "It's interesting for me too."
It's back and we can't wait to bring it back to its original state. What's more, your brothers won, and it's only a matter of time before El Niño starts to feel like a rehab center.