One more! Fernando Tatis Jr hits another home run and record in the Padres vs D-Backs

As if no injury had affected him, Fernando Tatis Jr. continues unstoppable in Season 2021 of MLB and this monday hit one more home run during the San Diego Padres-Arizona Diamondbacks game. As if that were not enough, the Dominican imposed a new record for home runs and young players in the majors.

According to data shared by @MLBStats, Fernando Tatis Jr. became the first player 22 and younger to hit 36 ​​home runs in his first 100 games of oneself season of MLB.

This mark was imposed thanks to the home run that he made during the game against Arizona’s Dimondbacks, in which the wall was blown in just the first inning and with a man on board to put the scoreboard 2-0.

The Dominican reappeared in the line up of the ‘Frailes’ as a left fielder, continuing with the plans of his leaders, who are trying to keep him healthy for the rest of the season.

Fernando Tatis Jr. has seen action in a hundred games of the 2021 MLB Season and although he has suffered injuries he has managed to overcome to leave good numbers with the San Diego Padres.

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