Sports Pads star Tatis on 10-day injured list with shoulder trouble

03:57  01 august  2021
03:57  01 august  2021 Source:   msn.com

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Tatis had spent the past 10 days on the injured list recovering from a subluxation in his left shoulder , which he sustained while taking a violent swing on April 5. It was his third reported incident with that shoulder in a span of 23 days, an issue Tatis has admittedly been dealing with throughout his professional career. Subluxations, which occur when the shoulder essentially slips out of its position in the socket but doesn't fully dislocate, often lead to surgery. But there are also cases when players can manage the ailment for a prolonged period of time. The Padres are hopeful that Tatis can fall within

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SAN DIEGO (AP) — Electrifying shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. of the San Diego Padres was placed on the 10-day injured list Saturday, a day after partially dislocating his left shoulder for the third time this season.

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The Padres announced the move prior to their game against the Colorado Rockies. They also placed right-hander Chris Paddack on the IL with an oblique injury.

Tatis, the NL's starting shortstop in the All-Star game, was injured Friday night while sliding awkwardly into third base in the first inning against the Rockies. He was in pain as he was led off the field by manager Jayce Tingler and a trainer.

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The Padres will put Tatis on the injured list "to be safe," Preller said, but expect him to return to action after the minimum of 10 days . Preller said Tatis will rest and rehab his shoulder while on the IL, but doctors don't believe there is any significant risk of re- injury once he's ready to return. However, injuries could be the one thing that derails those plans. Tatis made the Padres' opening-day roster in 2019, but suffered a hamstring injury in just his 28th career game, sidelining him for five weeks. A stress reaction in his back ended his rookie season on Aug. 13, with just 84 games played and a

Hours after their relatively quiet trade deadline, the Padres suffered a blow as Fernando Tatis Jr. partially dislocated his left shoulder . “Ultimately,” Tingler said Friday afternoon, “it’s going to be the depth of the team that’s going to play.” Friday night brought an immediate, demoralizing test. Early in a 9-4 rout by the talent-deficient Rockies, star shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. partially dislocated his left shoulder as he slid into third base, casting a pall over Petco Park.

Tingler said Tatis was “a little bit more sore than maybe some of them we've had in the past."

The Padres, who are in third place in the NL West and in control of the second wild-card spot, are keeping their fingers crossed that their superstar will be back in 10 days.

Tatis leads the NL with 31 home runs and 23 stolen bases. He's hitting .292 with 70 RBIs.

His left shoulder has become a concern. He's injured the joint while swinging his bat, diving for a grounder and sliding. Two of those three injuries have landed him on the IL.

The Padres said Tatis had an MRI Saturday morning and has instability and inflammation in his left shoulder.

“We were under the very realistic possibility that once it comes out and goes back in, there’s a very good chance that could repeat and continue to happen," Tingler said. “We certainly understand the risk and with the understanding that certainly with the slide yesterday, he just ended up in an awkward position like that, there was a chance of that possibly happening."

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Padres shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. has been dealing with a shoulder injury for several weeks and it looked like it came to a possibly serious head on Monday night. He was forced to leave the game in obvious pain the Padres subsequently put him on the 10 - day injured list . The possibility of surgery was bounced around, speculatively, but the Padres say that's not necessary right now and Tatis will attempt to return within the next few weeks. CBS Sports caught up with Dr. Rodney Benner, an orthopedic surgeon with extensive sports medicine experience, to hopefully answer any questions fans might

Padres star shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. was put on the 10 - day injured list but won't need surgery after injuring his left shoulder , general manager A.J. Preller said. Tatis suffered the injury on a hard swing Monday and left San Diego's 3-2 loss to the San Francisco Giants. The Padres on Monday said Tatis had suffered a shoulder subluxation, which is a partial dislocation of the joint. Preller said Tuesday that further exams showed a slight labrum tear consistent with a subluxation.

On Friday night, Tatis singled and advanced on Manny Machado’s sharp grounder to third baseman Ryan McMahon, who came up with the ball but then had it pop out of his glove and roll behind him into short left field. Tatis made a dash for third but shortstop Brendan Rodgers ran toward third, took the throw from McMahon and tagged out the sliding Tatis.

Tatis slid into the bag, landing hard on his left shoulder and crumbling in pain a few feet away, bringing a hush over Petco Park. Tingler and a trainer helped Tatis off the field as he winced in pain, holding his left arm. The trainer was holding Tatis’ upper arm/shoulder.

Tatis suffered a partially dislocated left shoulder on a violent swing April 5 against San Francisco and went on the 10-day injured list. He reinjured the shoulder diving for a ball and left a game against Cincinnati on June 19 but missed only one game.

The 22-year-old Tatis left a spring training game after hurting the shoulder while making a throw but was back two days later. He revealed then that he had been dealing with shoulder discomfort since his minor league days.

Tatis also missed eight games in mid-May after testing positive for COVID-19.

Tatis has wowed fans with his tape-measure home runs and bat flips, daring baserunning and aggressive plays at shortstop, although he leads the majors with 20 errors.

The Padres have worked with him to get him to cut down on his headfirst slides. His slide Friday night was feet first.

He became the first Padres player voted to start an All-Star Game since Tony Gwynn in 1999.


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