Fernando Tatis Jr. and Manny machado both of the San Diego Padres spoke with the press this Tuesday, especially about what happened between them a few days ago in the middle of the game of the MLB against the St. Louis Cardinals.
Both Tatis Jr. and Manny machadoThey arrived early at the stadium despite the fact that the game is quite late, the two stood before the cameras with microphones close to each other talking about each other without any fear.
“It’s one of those things we learn as leaders, as a team, as an organization … He’s my little brother. We will always be together whatever happens. We have been advancing here for many years, we manage it internally. … We haven’t been playing such good baseball, so the emotions get involved and it got the better of us, ”Machado said.
While Fernando Tatis Jr. looked just as positive and aware that the team’s main problem should not be them, but rather he looks for a way to win more games and fight for the 2021 MLB playoffs.
“It’s part of the game, especially when good players try to win. At the end of the day, it made us stronger and I feel like we are in a great place. ” Said Fernando Tatis Jr.
Manny and Tatis addressing the incident from Saturday night. pic.twitter.com/Bz5DUOx6vA
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While there are false rumors that so many millions together can affect a team and that Manny Machado can request or be traded from the San Diego Padres, the countrymen are chatting just inches away.
Naturally, Manny Machado and Fernando Tatis are side by side for pregame stretch pic.twitter.com/VhJw60Oonm
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On the other hand, manager Jayce Singelr spoke on the matter where he explained that the control of the dugout is still under his command, there is nothing serious to regret but that they must win more games.
“I don’t think he lost his dressing room. I believe a lot in our boys. I’ve done it since day one. It is a group that, as frustrating as it is not to play to our potential, is still a group that I love, that I believe in and that have all the things you want as a team. “
Jayce Tingler: “I don’t believe I’ve lost the clubhouse. I believe a lot in our guys. I have from day one. It’s a group that, as frustrating as it is to not play to our potential, it’s still a group that I love, that I believe in, and has all the things you want as a team. “
– AJ Cassavell (@AJCassavell) September 21, 2021