Padres' Fernando Tatis Jr.: Assigned to minor-league camp
Tatis was re-assigned to minor-league camp on Tuesday.
He was never going to break camp on the big-league roster, but the fact that he slashed .281/.343/.469 with one home run and three steals (on three attempts) in 32 spring at-bats as a 19-year-old certainly turned some heads. He also struck out 12 times in that span, so it wasn't a flawless audition. It's unclear if he will open the year at High-A or Double-A, but it is clear that he's on track to debut in the majors in late 2018 or early 2019.
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