General manager of Padres criticized the immaturity of Fernando Tatís Jr.

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The San Diego Padres received the devastating news that the star, Fernando Tatis Jr.. He will be suspended 80 games for the use of prohibited substances.

Major League Baseball announced that the Dominican shortstop and outfielder tested positive for clostebol, a testosterone-boosting steroid. He will now miss the remainder of 2022 and the first 32 games of the 2023 campaign.

Padres general manager AJ Preller was very disappointed in what happened to one of his biggest stars.

“I think we all hoped that from the offseason until now, he would have had time to grow more mature,” Preller told The Athletic’s Dennis Lin on Friday. “Obviously with today’s news, we’re already starting to see a pattern of negative behavior and something we need to dig into.”

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