Fernando Tatiss Jr., baseball's overall prospect, according to Kate Low of ESPN, made a schedule for the opening day of San Diego, as his father told the Associated Press on Tuesday night. who played parts of 11 seasons in the big leagues, said his son had summoned him on Tuesday to inform him about Padres's decision.
"He is very happy about that," said Tatitis to his son. I am very happy. "
Supreme Tatiss said his son had called after Seattle's Padres pre-season play, and as long as the defectors returned to San Diego, senior Tatiss took care of him and the rest of his family to travel to San Diego for Thursday's opening day against San Francisco Giants
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"We have to be there for our first game," he said.
The athlete first reported that Tatiss Jr. has made the list of
Together with the third Bosman Manny Machado, Tatiss Jr. I will give a new look to Padres on the left side of the season
As the season starts in the specialties, Tatiss Jr. will receive an early jump to a free agency. The player needs six years of service to be eligible for a free agency. The teams usually retain their best prospects in the leagues for at least 15 days to keep them under the control of the team for one more year, but Padres said the prospects would make the debut of their big leagues only with merit, while Tatitis -lapsy showed his remarkable skills during spring training
Tattis Jr., who did not play over Double-A, hit 0.265 with two Hoomers and four RBIs this spring. He hit .286 with 16 Hoomers and 43 RBI and gathered 16 stolen bases in Double-A San Antonio last season.
Higher Tatiss said he was not sure if his son would make the opening day list, "but I" I feel he deserves the team and he's ready to go ahead. "
Tatis Jr. will be 20 years and 85 days on Thursday, making him the youngest player in the history of Padres, starting on the opening day and the youngest MLB player after Adrian Beltre is 19 years on 363 days when starting on the third base for Los Angeles Dodgers in 1999.
Padres fans are now backed by signing Machado's contract for $ 300 million, 10 years, and now the younger Tatiss will play until
"It's great for him," said senior Tatiss. "It will be great because the game just next to Manny will be a great help to him. I believe it will be a great combination, third and short. I do not think many balls will go through the third base. The left side of the inside will be incredible. "
Tatiss was received by the Chicago White Sox for right James Shields on June 4, 2016 as part of the AJ general manager The recovery of Preller after a victory attempt now at high veteran prices in 2015 failed  Associated Press contributed to this report