This news has been received from:

All trademarks, copyrights, videos, photos and logos are owned by respective news sources. News stories, videos and live streams are from trusted sources.

Fernando Tatis Jr. was asked about Joc Pederson doing the stutter-step after his homer off Yu Darvish, and had a classic response. 

Fernando Tatis Jr. is not changing. He is going to continue to swing at 3-0 pitches and try to hit them into the San Diego night. Tatis Jr. understands he is never going to have universal approval for playing the game the way he does.

Perhaps the Padres and Cubs will see each other again in the playoffs. The Cubs had their way with San Diego in the regular season winning five of six.

Fernando Tatis Jr. spoke to FanSided on behalf of Gatorade and Gatorlyte.


News Source:

Tags: fernando tatis jr joc pederson

Laurel Hubbard finds support from New Zealand prime minister, Olympic opponent after making history

Next News:

3 Cubs trade scenarios that make too much sense not to happen

Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

The decision to become buyers or sellers leaves the Chicago Cubs at a crossroads for the upcoming trade deadline. 

It remains to be seen what direction the Cubs plan on heading for the upcoming trade deadline. They’re currently tied for first place with a 40-33 record, yet there’s a feeling of little to no optimism around the North Side right now.

Most teams in this position would be thrilled to add the missing pieces in hopes of winning a World Series, but Chicago’s ownership and front office has big decisions to make regarding this team’s future. Their biggest stars are set to hit the free-agent market soon. That begs the question of whether or not the Cubs should go all-in for perhaps one final run, or sell high on these players while there is still value left.

Chicago Cubs notable upcoming free agents:

  • Anthony Rizzo (2022 FA)
  • Kris Bryant (2022 FA)
  • Javier Baez (2022 FA)
  • Willson Contreras (2023 FA)

So long as the Cubs manage to stay in or around first place over the next month there’s no reason to sell. Assuming these key players have played a large role in the team’s success, conventional wisdom says there’s no choice but to roll the dice for one last run.

Max Scherzer should be a high priority for the Cubs at the trade deadline.

We’ll get into the Cubs slumping June offense in a moment, but for a large majority of this season their starting rotation has been an issue. Despite a rough start, staff ace Kyle Hendricks has rolled out seven-straight wins and quality starts. The Professor has lowered his ERA to 4.13 across 80.2 innings pitched. No other Cubs starter has an ERA lower than that, and the entire staff has the eighth-highest ERA (4.70) among MLB’s starting staffs.

One veteran arm who could improve their contending odds at a reasonable price is right-hander Max Scherzer.

Scherzer is 36 years old and is due $34.5 million in 2021 before hitting the free-agent market. Acquiring a pitcher at that age and that salary for half a season isn’t a reason to give up any top prospects or high profile players, especially if the Nationals fall far out of the playoff picture.

The three-time Cy Young winner owns a 2.21 ERA, 0.815 WHIP, and a 12.1 K/9 ratio over 77.1 innings this season. Exploring this trade deserves a look, and it’d be a mistake for the Cubs to believe their current rotation is enough for a deep playoff run.

Next: An outfield boost

Next1 of 3Prev postUse your ← → (arrows) to browse

Other News

  • Hendricks Dominates, Bryant Homers As Cubs Beat Cleveland
  • With Tornado-Damaged Houses Left Behind, Volunteers Step In To Keep Burglars Away
  • Amazing, Absolutely Amazing. Former NFL Player Living In Provincetown Reacts To Carl Nassibs Coming Out
  • Javy Baez Returns To Cubs Lineup After Being Pulled Monday For Losing Track Of Number Of Outs, Doubling Off At First Base
  • Garcetti Asks Chief Of Staff Ana Guerrero To Step Down Over Facebook Comments
  • Julianna Zobrist ‘cheated on ex-Cubs star husband Ben with their PASTOR marriage counselor,’ $6million lawsuit claims
  • Step out in style with ABC7-branded merchandise, and support a good cause!
  • VIDEO: Colorado Bear Cubs Learning The Art Of Climbing Trees
  • Queen, 95, has a ‘spring in her step’ despite Harry and Meghan drama as she ‘focuses on the positives’ after lockdown
  • College Football Playoff takes next step toward expansion to 12-team format
  • MLB Trade Rumors Padres: Will San Diego circle back on a deal for Joey Gallo?
  • 2021 MLB odds, picks, best bets for June 22 from proven model: This four-way parlay pays almost 12-1
  • Get the Revlon One Step Hair Dryer for 60% off during Prime Day 2021
  • Tristan Thompson’s ‘mistress’ Sydney Chase reacts to news he split from Khloe Kardashian again ‘over cheating rumors’
  • Awesome Moment: Football World Reacts To Carl Nassib Becoming First Active NFL Player To Come Out As Gay
  • You’re definitely not cleaning your mattress enough… and there’s a disgusting (and smelly) reason why you really need to
  • Darvish fans 11, Padres get 2 big homers to beat Dodgers 6-2
  • Padres vs. Dodgers takeaways: Manny Machado goes deep and Yu Darvish makes history in San Diego win
  • Meghan Markle ‘doesn’t cope well with rejection’ and will be all smiles ‘until you step in her way’, LA source claims