Tatis is not in the lineup Tuesday against the Pirates. Tatis started the past 11 games and will receive the day off Tuesday after going 13-for-44 with six homers, three doubles, five stolen bases, nine RBI and 14 runs during that stretch. Ha-Seong Kim will take over at shortstop for the Friars.
Tatis went 1-for-3 with a solo home run and a walk in Sunday's 7-1 loss to the Giants. Tatis provided the Padres with their only run of the night when he took Kevin Gausman deep to right in the first inning. The 22-year-old is now tied for second in baseball with eight home runs but only has 12 RBI to show for it. He's also tied for fifth with 20 runs scored and has five stolen bases, as he's continually finding ways to produce in fantasy while slashing .240/.326/.600.
Tatis went 0-for-3 with a walk, two runs and a stolen base in Saturday's 6-2 win over the Giants. Tatis went hitless for the second straight contest following an eight-game hitting streak, but the electric shortstop still made his mark by scoring two of the Padres' six runs. The second of those runs came in the eighth inning after Tatis reached on a fielder's choice, participated in a successful double steal and came around to score on a Jake Cronenworth single. Tatis is tied for the team lead with five thefts this season and is also pacing the club with seven home runs.
Tatis went 2-for-4 with a solo home run, four runs scored, two stolen bases and two walks in the 8-7 win Sunday over the Dodgers. Tatis loves the spotlight as he homered five times in the weekend series with the Dodgers. Sunday's home run came off Dustin May in the fourth inning. It was the only run that May allowed. Tatis started the season slow, but he has erupted in the last three games, batting .500 with five home runs, six RBI and eight runs scored. In addition, he picked up a pair of stolen bases Sunday, including a crucial double steal in the 11th inning to lead to the winning run.
Tatis went 2-for-5 with a pair of solo home runs in Saturday's loss to the Dodgers. Tatis followed a two-homer game Friday with another Saturday, upping his season long-ball total to six. He took reigning NL Cy Young award winner Trevor Bauer deep twice in the loss, though he also committed his eighth error of the young season in the contest. With the sudden power surge, Tatis is now tied for fourth in the NL in home runs. His .226/.305/.585 slash line is clearly on the rise.