Tatis was back at practice Saturday after missing two days of summer camp due to an illness, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports. Tatis reportedly had a headache and was subsequently tested for COVID-19, but results returned negative and there was never much concern that the young shortstop was dealing with anything serious. The 21-year-old will have plenty of time to continue ramping up activity in preparation for Opening Day.
Tatis (illness) is in the starting lineup for Monday's Cactus League game against the Dodgers, playing shortstop and leading off. Tatis was dealing with the flu last week, but he'll be able to return to game action after participating in a full workout Sunday. While the Padres could attempt to ease him back into action as a precautionary measure, the issue is unlikely to affect his status for Opening Day.
Tatis (illness) participated in light drills Friday and could return to game action Monday, AJ Cassavell of MLB.com reports. Tatis has been battling the flu since the start of the week but has improved enough to resume baseball activities. Per Cassavell, the Padres are hopeful Tatis will be able to return to a full workout Sunday, which would put him in line to play in Monday's Cactus League contest.
Tatis (illness) returned to the Padres' spring-training complex Thursday, but he's expected to need a few more days to regain strength before re-entering the Cactus League lineup, Kevin Acee of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports. Tatis lost some weight while battling the flu for the past few days, so the Padres will give him some time to ease back into action. Since Opening Day is still three weeks away, Tatis will have plenty of time to build up stamina and get himself where he needs to be physically. After a brilliant rookie campaign in which he hit .317 with 22 home runs and 16 steals in just 84 games, Tatis doesn't look out of place as a second- or third-round pick in fantasy drafts.
Tatis has been out the last four days with the flu, but he could return to action on Thursday, Kevin Acee of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports. Tatis may be limited to just returning to baseball activities at the Padres' spring training complex, as opposed to game action, in the immediate aftermath of the illness.
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