Dominican Fernando Tates threw Grand Slams and tracks at home against the Mariners
Dominican midfielder Fernando Tates, who beat the Seattle Mariners 9-2, hit two games at home on Sunday, 447 feet in the Grand Slam, six times leading San Diego Padres, who beat the Seattle Mariners 9-2.
Padres’ victory allows them to sweep a home from nine matches.
The 22-year-old star caused a frenzy at Petco Bar when he collided with Robert’s pitch 1-0 at the top of the field with one in the seventh inning.
Knowing he was gone, Tatis took a few steps, grabbed his paddle by the barrel, and threw him aside before starting his jog.
For the Dominicans, it was his thirteenth game this season and the second in the Grand Slams of his career. The first hit on August 17th in Texas.
Tatis also hit a 441-foot home run early in the second half and hit solo that led up the lead during a three-game set in the sixth set.
Tatis beat the crowd when he came second from Justin Dunn. This was the 200th hit in his career.
The Dominicans have had 11 hits, including four home runs, and 12 RBIs in four racket-cleaning games since returning from the COVID-19 handicap list on Wednesday.
He was credited with winning Rookie U Darfish (5-1) in seven games to win his second straight start, keeping Seattle in one round and seven hits while he shot five and walked without.
For the sailors, the loser was rest Anthony Mesevich (2-3), who did not get an “exit” but allowed four hits and three runs.